Jennifer Doyle

Jennifer Doyle is the author of Sex Objects: Art and the Dialectics of Desire (Minnesota, 2006). She lives in Los Angeles, teaches at the University of California, Riverside, and, with Raquel Guttierez, is curating ‘Aqui No Hay Virgenes: Queer Latina Visibility’ for the Los Angeles Lesbian and Gay Center’s Advocate Gallery.

Jennifer Doyle discusses her new book, Hold it Against Me: Difficulty and Emotion in Contemporary Art

BY Jennifer Doyle AND Erik Morse | 18 OCT 13

The second in a two-part essay about artists on television. Part two: James Franco and Kalup Linzy on General Hospital

BY Jennifer Doyle | 27 JUL 10

The first in a two-part essay about artists on television. Part one: Nao Bustamante and The Work of Art: The Next Great American Artist

BY Jennifer Doyle | 22 JUL 10

The art of football

BY Jennifer Doyle | 06 JUN 08

ed. Kobena Mercer (MIT Press, London and Cambridge, MA, 2007)

BY Jennifer Doyle | 01 MAR 08

From Mexico to Egypt, Senegal to Colombia – examining approaches to feminist art-making