Mark Feeney is the arts and photography critic for the Boston Globe and winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for criticism. His essays on visual culture range from photography to painting and film. At the Globe, he has also served as book editor and editor of the weekly section of news analysis and political commentary. His work has appeared in The New Republic, Harper's, the Los Angeles Times, and The American Scholar. His latest book, Nixon at the Movies: A Book about Belief (2004) was called "transfixing" by Vanity Fair. Feeney was the 2007 Robbins Professor of Writing at Princeton University and currently serves as a lecturer in American Studies at Brandeis University. This fall he will serve as a lecturer at Yale University.
Mark Feeney Lecture, Four Photographers on Three Wheels: William Eggleston's Tricycle and Before