> 15.12.14 suzanne doppelt & ann lauterbach > video

A l’occasion de la publication d’Amusements de mécanique de Suzanne Doppelt (POL, 2014) et de l’invitation à l’Université Paris Est d’Ann Lauterbach,

Double change et la Fondation des États-Unis

vous invitent à une lecture des poètes

Suzanne DOPPELT et Ann LAUTERBACH

le lundi 15 décembre à 19h30

Fondation des États-Unis

15 Bd Jourdan

75014 Paris

M° Cité Universitaire

Bibliothèque

(porte à gauche du hall, au fond du couloir)

Entrée libre

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BIOS

Le travail de Suzanne Doppelt associe étroitement littérature et photographie. Aux éditions P.O.L, elle a notamment publié Totem, 2002, Quelque chose cloche, 2004, Le pré est vénéneux, 2007, Lazy Suzie, 2009, La plus grande aberration, 2012, Amusements de mécanique, 2014. Elle a exposé ses photographies au Centre Pompidou, l’Institut français de Naples, la galerie Martine Aboucaya, au musée du Louvre, l’ENS Lyon, à NYU et à Providence, Brown University..

Elle dirige la collection Le rayon des curiosités chez Bayard et fait partie du comité de rédaction de la revue Vacarme.

Born in 1942, Ann Lauterbach was raised in New York City. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, she attended Columbia University on a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. She moved to London before completing her M.A. in English Literature.

She lived in London for eight years, working variously in publishing and art institutions. On her return to the United States, she worked for a number of years in art galleries in New York before she began teaching.

Lauterbach is the author of several poetry collections, including Under the Sign (Penguin, 2013) and Or to Begin Again (Penguin, 2009), which was nominated for the National Book Award. She is also the author of Hum (2005), If in Time: Selected Poems 1975–2000 (2001), On a Stair (1997), And for Example (1994), Clamor (1991), Before Recollection (1987), and Many Times, but Then (1979), as well as a book of essays, The Night Sky: Writings on the Poetics of Experience.

In 2012, she was named the Sherry Distinguished Poet at the University of Chicago. Lauterbach has also taught at Brooklyn College, Columbia University, the Iowa Writer’s Workshop, Princeton University, the City College of New York, and Yale Graduate School of the Arts where she was a visiting core critic. She is currently Schwab Professor of Languages and Literature at Bard College, where she has also been, since 1991, co-chair of writing in the Milton Avery School of the Arts.