ISOLDE BRIELMAIER Curator and scholar Isolde Brielmaier is an assistant professor of critical studies at New York University, where she focuses on contemporary art and global visual culture, as well as media and technology as platforms within which to rethink storytelling, the politics of representation, and mobility in its broadest sense. She also oversees the arts and cultural programming at the Oculus at the World Trade Center, serves as curator-at-large at the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, and has written extensively on contemporary art and culture. ALEXANDRA PECHMAN Alexandra Pechman is a writer based in Los Angeles. She has previously lived in Brazil and China and frequently reports from both places. She is a contributing writer at W; her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, WSJ. Magazine, and The Guardian, as well as on the websites of Artforum, The Paris Review, Vogue, and Frieze, among many other publications. ROBIN POGREBIN Robin Pogrebin is a reporter on the Culture Desk of The New York Times, where she covers art, auctions and architecture. At the Times, she has also covered the media industry for the Business Desk and city news for the Metro Desk. Her freelance work has been featured in magazines like Vogue, Town & Country and Departures, along with several book anthologies. Pogrebin also teaches writing at the School of Visual Arts. ANDRÁS SZÁNTÓ András Szántó, Ph.D., is a New York-based author and a consultant to leading museums, foundations and companies worldwide. He is the author and editor of numerous books and research studies; his writings have appeared in The New York Times, Artforum, and The Art Newspaper, among many other publications. The former director of the National Arts Journalism Program at Columbia University, Szántó is a frequent moderator of the Art Basel Conversations series. Since 2014, he has overseen the Global Museum Leaders Colloquium at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. SARAH THORNTON Described by The Washington Post as “the Jane Goodall of the art world,” Sarah Thornton is a sociologist of culture who focuses on art, design, globalization and technology. She is the author of three books: Seven Days in the Art World, 33 Artists in 3 Acts, and Club Cultures: Music, Media and Subcultural Capital. Formerly the chief correspondent on contemporary art for The Economist, Thornton is a prolific writer, public speaker and radio commentator. DAN DURAY Dan Duray is a writer, reporter and editor whose work has appeared in The Economist, The New York Observer, the San Francisco Chronicle, Billboard, ARTnews, The Art Newspaper, Surface, King Kong, and 032c, on The Awl and Style.com, and on the websites of New York magazine, Bookforum, Vanity Fair, Vice, Bomb, The Guardian and T: The New York Times Style Magazine. He holds a B.A. in English from Dartmouth College and currently lives in New York City. LAURA VAN STRAATEN Laura van Straaten has reported on art and culture from more than a dozen countries for The New York Times and its style magazine T, New York, Departures, WSJ. Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, ArtReview, The Art Newspaper, artnet News, Harper’s Bazaar Art Arabia and other print and online media. Before turning to print, she produced many award-winning news broadcasts and multimedia projects for NBC News, CNN, PBS, AOL and other media companies. She lives in New York City. LINDSAY POLLOCK Lindsay Pollock is a journalist, author and editor. She was editor-in-chief of Art in America from 2011 to 2017. Pollock wrote on arts and culture for Bloomberg News from 2005 to 2011. Her work has also appeared in The Art Newspaper, Art + Auction and New York. Her biography of art dealer Edith Halpert, The Girl With the Gallery, was published in 2006. JULIE BELCOVE Julie Belcove writes primarily about art and culture. A former longtime deputy editor of W magazine, where she created and edited the annual Art Issue, she has contributed to a wide range of publications, including The New Yorker, The New York Times, the Financial Times, WSJ., Architectural Digest, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Town & Country, among others. She lives in New York City. STACEY GOERGEN Stacey Goergen is an independent curator and writer based in New York City. Abrams recently published her co-authored book on artist collections, Artists Living With Art. She has written essays for Whitney Museum of American Art catalogues and gallery publications, and her articles about contemporary art have been included in The Wall Street Journal, The Sunday Times, Gotham, Hamptons, and Aleim Magazine, among others. She was previously the director of SmartSpaces, a nonprofit organization that installed contemporary art in vacant urban spaces. DIANA MCCLURE Diana McClure is a writer, photographer and cultural producer based in New York City. She has written for NYTimes.com, The Brooklyn Rail, Art in America, ArtAsiaPacific, Photograph magazine, the gallery Friedman Benda, The International Review of African American Art, and the Emilio Sanchez Foundation, among other organizations.
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