The 2017 Hudson Faculty includes Brian Blanchfield, Adam Fitzgerald, Douglas Kearney, Myung Mi Kim, Harryette Mullen and others soon to be announced.
The key inspiration for Home School Hudson is John Ashbery’s 19th-century Hudson residence, a carefully composed collage-environment the poet has constructed and curated over thirty-five years with an eclectic array of fine art by European and American masters, furniture, pottery, textiles, bric-a-brac, toys, and other objects—all organized in an architecturally-distinguished setting.
The Home School is pleased to partner with Time and Space Limited. We're very grateful for their generous support.
About John Ashbery
John Ashbery was born in Rochester, New York, in 1927. His Self-portrait in a Convex Mirror won the three major American prizes—the Pulitzer, the National Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Considered by many to be the most important living poet writing in English, Ashbery has published more than twenty collections, most recently Breezeway (2015, Ecco) and his highly acclaimed translation of Rimbaud’s Illuminations (2011, Norton). He served as executive editor of Art News and as an art critic for New York magazine and Newsweek, and exhibits his collages at Tibor de Nagy Gallery in New York. President Obama presented Ashbery with a National Humanities Medal at the White House in 2012. His collages and items from his personal collections are represented by the Tibor de Nagy Gallery.