University at Buffalo
Department of


Art & Design

Art History

Visual Studies

T. Triandos, PhD

Visiting Lecturer, Art History and Visual Studies

Visual Studies

PhoneNumber: 645-0538
Office: CFA 228A

PhD, Art History, University of Delaware, 2016

Situated at the intersection of critical theory and political history, my work explores the politics of representation1 within the cultural turn of late 20th century art writing. My current project examines how art criticism of the 1980s uses the tactics of critical art to reveal the ideological underpinnings of dominant art discourse.

I teach graduate and undergraduate courses on modern and contemporary art, criticism, critical theory, and visual culture.


  • VS500: October, Social History, and the Limits of Postmodernism
  • AHI262: America in Art
  • VS150: Visual Theories and Aesthetics.

Read course descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog-ART.


1 Stuart Hall, ed. Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices (London: Sage Publications, 1997) 8.
202 Center for the Arts, North Campus
Buffalo, New York 14260-6010
(716) 645-6878
(716) 645-6970 fax
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