Kim A Munson
Organization / Workplace
Pacifica, California United States
writer, researcher, art historian, curator
Kim A Munson (MA SFSU) is an art historian, author, artist, and curator living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her upcoming book "Comic Art in Museums" will be published by University Press of Mississippi in 2020. Under Neurotic Raven, she has published two exhibition catalogs "Dual Views: Labor Landmarks of San Francisco" (Blurb) & "On Reflection: the Art of Margaret Harrison" (Ingram/Amazon). She often contributes essays on comic art, museum exhibitions, labor emblems, and other topics to books, academic journals, and online publications.
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Censorship & Superbodies: The Creative Odyssey of Margaret Harrison
Kim A Munson • 10 years ago
Margaret Harrison - "The Bodies are Back"
Kim A Munson • 12 years ago