ANNA ALTMAN (Even № 5: “The Vessel”), a former editor at the New Yorker, is at work on a book about architecture.
KAREN ARCHEY (Even № 1: reviews from New York and Berlin) is an art critic and independent curator in Berlin. She recently co-curated the exhibition “Art Post-Internet” at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing.
AARON AYSCOUGH (Even № 4: “The Belly of the Beast”) is a writer and former sommelier in Paris. He blogs at Not Drinking Poison.
CHLOÉ BUIRE (Even № 6: “The Beat of Dissent”) is a researcher at Sciences Po Bordeaux and a participant in the interdisciplinary program Les Afriques dans le monde.
ANDRIANNA CAMPBELL (Even № 5: “Dash, Fragment, Bracket”) is completing a Ph.D. in art history at the City University of New York. She is co-editor of the journal Shift.
LAURETTA CHARLTON (Even № 6: “Fortress of Solitude”) is an editor at the New Yorker.
TAN COPSEY (Even № 6: “The Blazing World”) is a New Zealander in New York. He is director of the climate change initiative Risky Business.
FREDERICK DEKNATEL (Even № 6: “Cinderblocks”) is senior editor of World Politics Review and a former Fulbright fellow in Syria.
JYOTI DHAR (Even № 1: reviews from New Delhi) is an art writer based in Colombo. She is contributing editor for Art Asia Pacific and Harper’s Bazaar Art, as well as an art critic for the Sunday Times in Sri Lanka. In 2014 she received Forbes India’s Emerging Art Writer of the Year award.
TRAVIS DIEHL (Even № 1: reviews from Los Angeles; Even № 2: reviews from Los Angeles; Even № 4: reviews from Los Angeles; Even № 5: “The Box Set”) is an artist and writer. He edits the artist-run journal Prism of Reality.
PHILIPP EKARDT (Even № 2: “Classic Fit”) is a critic and scholar based in London and Berlin.
MARINA FOKIDIS (Even № 2: reviews from Athens and Thessaloniki) is head of the Athens artistic office of Documenta 14. She is the founding director of Kunsthalle Athena and of South as a State of Mind.
JOHN GANZ (Even № 3: reviews from New York) is a painter.
JARRETT GREGORY (Even № 4: “Dancing in Chains”) is associate curator at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
A.J. GOLDMANN (Even № 5: reviews from Berlin, Venice, and Bayreuth) writes about opera, among other topics, for the Wall Street Journal and Gramophone. He lives in Berlin.
TOBI HASLETT (Even № 5: “Like Someone in Love”) writes for n+1, the Village Voice, and other publications. He lives in New Haven.
ALLISON HEWITT WARD (Even № 6: reviews from New York) is an art critic in New York. She co-edits Caesura, an online art publication.
M. NEELIKA JAYAWARDANE (Even № 5: “Bad Education”) is associate professor of English at SUNY Oswego. She serves as senior editor of the online magazine Africa Is a Country.
GUILLAUME KIENTZ (Even № 3: “Fraternité”) is curator of paintings at the Musée du Louvre, Paris. His most recent exhibition was “Velázquez,” at the Grand Palais.
MICHAEL KINNUCAN (Even № 6: “Don’t Explain”) lives in New York and is co-editor of the Hypocrite Reader.
SAM KRISS (Even № 4: “A House Is Not a Home”) is a writer and freelance semiotician. He lives in London.
ELISABETH LEBOVICI (Even № 1: “The Value of Reflection”) is an art historian and critic in Paris. A former culture journalist for Libération, she is a lecturer at Sciences Po and co-organizes “Something You Should Know,” a regular seminar on contemporary art, at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.
ZOË LESCAZE (Even № 2: reviews from New York and the Hamptons; Even № 4: reviews from New York and London) is a writer and art critic in New York. Her book Paleoart: Visions of the Prehistoric Past, 1830–1990 is forthcoming from Taschen.
DEIRDRE LOUGHRIDGE (Even № 3: “The Robot’s Mixtape”) is a musicologist and visiting lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley. Her book Haydn’s Sunrise, Beethoven’s Shadow is published by University of Chicago Press.
ANDREW MAERKLE (Even № 2: reviews from Tokyo and its environs; Even № 6: reviews from Tokyo and Osaka) is a writer and art critic in Tokyo, where he edits the magazine ART iT.
FLORENCIA MALBRÁN (Even № 3: “The Southern Dynasty”) is a curator in Buenos Aires. In 2013, she co-curated the 43rd Salón (inter)Nacional de Artistas in Medellín.
SILAS MARTÍ (Even № 1: reviews from São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro; Even № 3: “Money Changes Everything”; Even № 4: “Brasília at Midnight”; Even № 5: reviews from Rio de Janeiro) is an art critic in São Paulo. He is a staff writer for Folha de S. Paulo.
H.G. MASTERS (Even № 4: reviews from Istanbul) is editor-at-large of Art Asia Pacific. He lives in Istanbul.
LAURA McLEAN-FERRIS (Even № 1: “Declaration of Dependence”; Even № 5: “Exit Ghost”) is a curator at the Swiss Institute, New York. Recent exhibitions include “Till the stars turn cold,” at Glasgow Sculpture Center, and “Columbidæ,” at Cell Project Space, London.
THOMAS DE MONCHAUX (Even № 5: “Build That Wall”) is an architect in New York. He teaches at Columbia University’s graduate school of architecture.
ALLISON MOORE (Even № 4: “Dansez le Twist”) is assistant professor of African and contemporary art history at the University of South Florida, and a specialist in Malian photography.
MAX NELSON (Even № 5: reviews from New York and the Hudson Valley) is on the editorial staff of the New York Review of Books.
JOHANNE NORDBY WERNØ (Even № 3: reviews from Oslo and Trondheim) previously served as director of UKS, Norway’s young artists’ association, and as editor of Kunstkritikk.
SHIVANI RADHAKRISHNAN (Even № 6: “An Honest Mistake”) is completing a Ph.D. in political philosophy at Columbia. She is a contributor to n+1 and the Washington Post.
TINA RIVERS RYAN (Even № 4: “Mourning Dress”) is a curatorial assistant at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
VINCENT SCHIPPER (Even № 4: “Rem Sleep”) co-directs The Future, a publishing house in Amsterdam. He is a former editor of Volume.
ERIN SHEEHY (Even № 5: reviews from New York) is a writer in New York.
KAROL SIENKIEWICZ (Even № 3: reviews from Warsaw) is an art historian based in Warsaw and Vancouver. In 2012, he received the Jerzy Stajuda prize for art criticism.
KANISHK THAROOR (Even № 2: “The Sandstorm”; Even № 4: reviews from Boston and Salem, Mass.) is the author of Swimmer Among the Stars, published by Aleph, New Delhi, and forthcoming from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York. “Museum of Lost Objects,” a series of investigations into art recently destroyed or looted from Syria and Iraq, aired in 2016 on BBC Radio 4.
SAM THORNE (Even № 2: “Life Study”) is director of Nottingham Contemporary and co-founder of Open School East, London. His book School: Conversations on the Future of Art School is published by Sternberg Press, Berlin.
PHILIP TINARI (Even № 2: “Black Squares”) is director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing.
MOIRA WEIGEL (Even № 2: “And Now the Final Frame”) is completing a Ph.D. at Yale. Her book Labor of Love is published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York.
IONA WHITTAKER (Even № 2: “Picture for Women”) is an art critic in New York. She is managing editor of Rhizome and an editor of the Chinese art magazine Rándian.
THOMAS CHATTERTON WILLIAMS (Even № 3: reviews from Paris; Even № 3: reviews from Paris and New York) is the author of Losing My Cool, a memoir, and is at work on a new book about race in America. He also writes a column for the American Scholar.
GENEVIEVE YUE (Even № 3: “The Lights of Home”) is assistant professor of culture and media at the New School, New York, and co-editor of the journal Discourse.