Phoebe Hoban

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Upcoming Events

My next reading/​powerpoint presentation is at the New York Public Library's mid-Manhattan branch, on Tuesday, March 15 at 6:30. It is free and open to the public

Feb. 22, 6 pm, Illustrated reading; New York Academy of Art
Open to the public

2011

Starting off the New Year with:

Reading at the Strand Bookstore, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011, at 7 pm

Reading at the New York Public Library, Mid-Manhattan branch, Fifth Avenue and 40th St., Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 6:30 pm

2010

Barnes and Noble: Reading and book signing: December 9, 2010, 7 pm, Barnes and Noble, 82nd and Broadway

192 Books: Reading and Book signing: December 14, 2010, 7 pm, 192books
192 10th Avenue at 21st Street

National Arts Club: Reading and Reception: December 17, 2010, 6:30 pm, rsvp
15 Gramercy Park South

Selected Works

Biography
Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty
Phoebe Hoban's "Alice Neel: The Art of Not Sitting Pretty," the first major biography of this major 20th century artist to be published on December 7 by St. Martin's Press
Basquiat: A Quick Killing in Art
The first biography of this celebrated artist, a national bestseller and New York Times Notable book of the year. “Compulsively readable….Hoban’s depiction of the glitzy 1980s art world is deadline accurate.
-Patricia Bosworth, The New York Times Book Review
Magazine and Newspaper Articles