Frank Popper

Frank Popper (writer).

Born in 1918 in Prague, Frank Popper lived in Vienna, London, Rome and Paris (since 1955). He studied at the Universities of London and Rome and Paris’s Sorbonne. In 1962, he became a member of the Institut d’Esthetique in Paris. In 1969, he joined the founders of the Art Department of the University of Paris VIII at Vincennes, where he headed the Visual Arts Department from 1970 to 1983. In 1976, he was appointed professor of aesthetics and the science of art, and in 1985 became professor emeritus at the same university. Popper is a member of the International Association of Art Critics and honorary editor of Leonardo. His book From Technological to Virtual Art was published by MIT Press in 2007.

Journal Articles

Leonardo Web Resources

Frank Malina, Artist and Scientist: Works 1936–1963

February 2001
Special Section: Pioneers and Pathbreakers

Art, Science, Technology: Six Exhibitions 1966–1998

April 2019