Robert Pincus, a world-renowned author, art critic and artist, has recently joined the Aspen Global Change Institute as a board member. He is also a co-chairman of the Aspen Economic Strategy Group.
Art critic and art historian
If you are interested in art, you may have heard of Robert L. Pincus, an art critic, writer and art historian. He holds a Ph.D in art history and English from the University of Southern California. Currently, he teaches art criticism and writing courses at the California State University, Long Beach. You can follow him on Twitter and Facebook.
One of Pincus’s most interesting contributions to art history is his research on postminimalism. This term was coined by Pincus-Witten in 1971, and refers to works that go beyond minimalism in any sense.
He has contributed to a number of books, including Two Decades of American Painting: The Art of the Twenty-First Century (Pincus-Witten, 2004); New Tendencies in Art: Contemporary Art and Its History, by Aldo Pellegini, and Bitterfeld by Manuel Cuadra. His work has also appeared in numerous exhibition catalogs.
Aside from art history and criticism, Pincus has written for magazines such as Art News, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times. He has served as a principal visiting critic for Critical Mass in Shreport since 2013.
Co-chairman of the Aspen Economic Strategy Group
There are many reasons to attend the Aspen Ideas Festival. Aside from the keynote speakers, the program provides information that can help you become a better leader. It also arms you with information to drive profits and innovations. The conference has experts in finance and economics to help you achieve your goals. This year’s conference will bring together the most influential thought leaders to discuss the economy and bridge the gap between uncertainty and growth.
Jake Cusack is a co-founder of CrossBoundary, a private investment firm with offices in Africa. He is a graduate of Harvard Kennedy School and the University of Notre Dame. After serving as a US Marine Corps officer, he worked for a variety of companies before founding CrossBoundary. His work has been published in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and The New Republic. In addition, he has received a Bronze Star for his actions in Iraq.
David Rubenstein is the chairman of the Caramoor Center Board of Trustees, a member of the Yale University Council, and a member of the US Department of State Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy. In addition, he is a member of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity and Friends of MVY Radio.
Expert on Netpolitik
This year’s three-day conference at the Aspen Institute’s Communications and Society Program brought together twenty-four leaders from a wide range of fields. These included government, academia, business, and the media, as well as representatives from NGOs. The conference explored how these new communications technologies have changed society. Some of the topics discussed include diversity, the media, and the democratic process.
“Netpolitik” is an emerging concept that aims to understand how the internet is changing politics. It is characterized by higher velocity of information, more robust pluralism in international affairs, and time pressures on thoughtful policymaking. Traditionally, nation-states were the primary actors in international affairs, but the new technologies of the internet and globalization have altered this relationship.
Many people are now using the internet as an effective communication platform to recruit new allies, coordinate work, and interact with the public. Among the newcomers are religious groups, non-governmental organizations, and international journalists. Moreover, as a result of recent crises, the power of the state is on the decline.