KunstWorks awarded Berkeley Civic Arts Commission grant for book

 Photos and notes are spread out on a table at Nabolom Bakery in Berkeley, where Moira Roth spent time composing her experimental narrative. KunstWorks was recently awarded a grant to transform the project into a publication.

Photos and notes are spread out on a table at Nabolom Bakery in Berkeley, where Moira Roth spent time composing her experimental narrative. KunstWorks was recently awarded a grant to transform the project into a publication.

We are pleased to announce that the Berkeley Civic Arts Commission awarded a grant for developing the book Through the Eyes of Rachel Marker by Moira Roth and edited by Alla Efimova. KunstWorks is working with Roth to publish her experimental novel tracing the life of a fictional protagonist who witnessed firsthand the major events in twentieth-century European history. Mostly unpublished, this lyrical, perceptive, and cautionary tale is more relevant now than ever.

A leading international voice in feminism, performance, and contemporary art, Roth has authored three acclaimed books on art and published dozens of essays in addition to creating her own performance works. She is a professor emerita of art history at Mills College and has taught at various times at UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, and UC San Diego. Roth’s pioneering work on artists ranging from Marcel Duchamp to Faith Ringgold and Rachel Rosenthal won her numerous achievement awards, including the 2006 National Recognition in the Arts Award from the College Arts Association.