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Noah Simblist works as a curator, writer, and artist with a focus on art and politics, specifically the ways in which contemporary artists address history. He has contributed to Art in America, Modern Painters, Terremoto and other publications. His most recent project is Commonwealth, a multi-year project exploring the notion of the commons at the Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University in Partnership with the Philadelphia Contemporary and Beta Local in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is also Chair of Painting + Printmaking and Associate Professor of Art at Virginia Commonwealth University.