David Carrier

at Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland,
United States

DAVID CARRIER has been a Getty scholar, a Clark Fellow and a senior fellow at the National Humanities Center. More recently, he has taught in Beijing on a Fulbright-Luce Fellowship. His most recent books are PROUST/WARHOL: ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY OF ART and A WORLD ART HISTORY AND ITS OBJECTS, both 2008. His books in progress include ABSTRACTION SINCE 1945 (Prestel) and with Joachim Pissarro, KANT AND MODERNISM.

Journal Articles:
Invited Review

The Aesthete in Pittsburgh: Public Sculpture in an Ordinary American City

February 2003
Special Section: Leonardo Celebrates Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo and Leonardo da Vinci

February 2008
Editorial

The Future of Art History in the Context of Psychology and the Cognitive Sciences

October 2011
Historical Perspective

The Story of Leonardo: One Author's Perspective

June 2017
Special Section: Highlights from the IEEE VIS 2014 Arts Program (VISAP'14): Part 3

Soybots: Mobile Micro-Gardens

October 2017
Special Section: Highlights from the IEEE VIS 2015 Arts Program (VISAP’15)

20/X: Visuality, Representation and Epistemology in the Age of Intelligent Seeing Machines

February 2018
Editorial

E.H. Gombrich and Leonardo: The Role of Scientific Psychology in Art History

June 2018
Special Section: Papers from the 4th and 5th Balance-Unbalance International Conference, Part 2

Gardens, Machines and Education

June 2018