Loyola University Chicago

Department of Fine and Performing Arts

Fine Arts

Chris Reeves, Ph.D.

Title/s:  Instructor of Fine Arts in Art History

Office #:  MUND 900

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About

Chris Reeves (He/Him/His) received his PhD in Art History from the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a Chicago based creative researcher and artist. His research interests include art and technology, internet art, artists books, Fluxus, performance art, punk and DIY, networks of friendship in art, and localized collaboration. His work has been published in various forms and shapes - as a vinyl LP, a large cardboard mountain, a didactic wall text, an arts journal, and a whoopee cushion - as a means to consider the dialogical between text, content, and material. He has presented work at the CAA, MLA, SLSA, MACAA, and various other acronym'd organizations and his work has been seen and published in the United States and Europe. In 2020 Soberscove press released his first book, "The World's Worst: A Guide to the Portsmouth Sinfonia" co-authored and edited with Aaron Walker.

Degrees

PhD Art History, University of Illinois at Chicago
MA, BA Art History, University of Cincinnati

Courses Taught

FNAR 201 - Art History: Renaissance - Modern