VCUarts professor, Corin Hewitt, exhibits work at The Whitney Museum of American Art

By VCUarts staff

Work from artist Corin Hewitt, a professor in the Department of Sculpture + Extended Media at VCUarts, is included in Time Management Techniques at The Whitney Museum of American Art. Alongside new work, the exhibition draws from the Whitney’s permanent collection and features work from artists who utilize unique aesthetics, concepts, frameworks and techniques to examine photography’s relationship to time from 1968 and 2019. Time Management Techniques is on view through January 8, 2023.


Corin Hewitt’s installations, performances, sculptures, photographs and videos investigate relationships within architecture and domestic life. He also often draws on past experience as an electrician and plumber — a laborer who works in often unseen and utilitarian spaces. Hewitt received his BA from Oberlin College and his MFA from Bard College. He is an Associate Professor and Graduate Director of Sculpture and Extended Media at Virginia Commonwealth University.

Lead Image: Corin Hewitt, Untitled #22, October 25, 2008. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. (Photo courtesy of Corin Hewitt)