AICA-USA

Headquartered in New York City, AICA-USA’s membership comprises the largest national section of AICA International: over 400 distinguished critics, curators, scholars, and art historians working throughout the United States. AICA-USA is intent on international communication, elevating the values of art criticism as a discipline, and acting on behalf of the physical and moral defense of works of art.

AICA-USA organizes several annual events: a distinguished critic lecture at the New School in New York, a panel discussion about art criticism topics at the College Art Association convention, an annual awards ceremony honoring exhibitions in museums and commercial galleries, and tours to artists’ studios in emerging art neighborhoods.

We also partner with Cue and Warhol Foundations to operate mentorship programs for young critics. 

AICA members are issued a membership card recognized for entrance to museums around the world. They are informed of relevant activities in a biannual newsletter, and are invited to the annual AICA International Congress, held every year in a different member nation.

New York Public Library’s Manuscript and Archives Division maintains a comprehensive holding of AICA-USA correspondence and records between 1968 and 2006.

Alexandra Anderson-Spivy
Dore Ashton
Marek Bartelik
David Bourdon
Phyllis Braff
Christopher French
George Heard Hamilton
Eleanor Heartney
Rosalind Krauss
Kim Levin

Carey Lovelace
John Perreault
Harold Rosenberg
Irving Sandler
Jeanne Siegel
Judith E. Stein
James Johnson Sweeney
Phyllis Tuchman
Amei Wallach

Headquartered in New York, AICA-USA's membership comprises over 400 critics, curators, scholars, and art historians working throughout the United States.

AICA PARTNERS WITH CREATIVE CAPITAL | ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION ARTS WRITERS GRANT PROGRAM

FOUNDED IN 1989 AT THE INITIATIVE OF AICA

AICA PARTNERS WITH THE CUE ART FOUNDATION