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Clark Poling

MA, PhD in Art History

Biography

Clark  PolingClark taught for thirty-three years at Emory University, serving as chair of the Art History Department, director of the Michael C. Carlos Museum, and Faculty Curator of Works of Art on Paper. He has published books and articles on the Bauhaus and on Surrealism and has organized exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. He lives in Oakland,CA, and has taught courses at California College of the Arts, Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes of the University of California, Berkeley, and San Francisco State University, as well as Stanford’s Continuing Studies, and University of San Francisco. He has taught summer courses in France for Emory University and frequently lectures for museum audiences.

Education

Clark taught for thirty-three years at Emory University, serving as chair of the Art History Department, director of the Michael C. Carlos Museum, and Faculty Curator of Works of Art on Paper. He has published books and articles on the Bauhaus and on Surrealism and has organized exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. He lives in Oakland,CA, and has taught courses at California College of the Arts, Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes of the University of California, Berkeley, and San Francisco State University, as well as Stanford’s Continuing Studies, and University of San Francisco. He has taught summer courses in France for Emory University and frequently lectures for museum audiences.