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G. Roger Denson
Cultural critic, essayist and novelist published with Parkett, Art in America, Bijutsu Techo and Duke University's Cultural Politics
G. Roger Denson is a cultural critic, essayist, and novelist living in New York City. Since 1987 he has written on art, culture, politics, mythopoetics, sex and gender for Art in America, Parkett, Bijutsu Techo, Artscribe International, Flash Art, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, and numerous other international magazines and journals. He has taught criticism and theory at the School of Visual Arts in New York, was program director for international exhibitions, screenings and performances at HALLWALLS, guest-curated exhibitions for The New Museum, the Alternative Museum, and various NYC commercial galleries, and for several years raised funds for the New York City Ballet and the New York Philharmonic. With Thomas McEvilley, he is co-author of Capacity: History, the World, and the Self in Contemporary Art and Criticism, 1996. His first novel VOICE OF FORCE, on the sexual difference between two men, was released in 2010. It was followed by the novel, Anthony in the Desert in 2012.