Phoebe Herland

PhD Candidate

Areas of interest: Post war British and American art, with a special interest in artistic exchange between London and Los Angeles.

Phoebe Herland is a PhD candidate at the Institute, where she is developing a dissertation project on the relationship between art and social programs in London in the 1960s. She received her Master’s from the Institute in 2019 with a thesis titled “Three Los Angeles Artists in London,” which was awarded distinction. Phoebe worked for two years with the NYU Curatorial Collaborative, first as a curator and then as a coordinator. She has previously published her research in the institute’s literary journal, Lapis.