AICA-USA Board 2014–2015
Independent critic and curator; most recent project Toxic Beauty: The Art of Frank Moore (2012).
New York editor of Whitehot Magazine; editor of On-Verge. Contributes to Afterimage, ArtUS, Art in America, Interview Magazine, Performance Art Journal, and Sculpture Magazine.
Museum Studies faculty, New York University; former Whitney Museum branch director.
Past president of AICA/USA; art critic for New York Times regional sections for several decades; former museum curator.
Artist, Writer, and independent curator; publisher of monthly arts journal The Brooklyn Rail.
Founder and director of Performa; author of several books on performance art.
Chief Curator, The Jewish Museum, New York. Recent exhibition catalogues include Action/Abstraction: Pollock, de Kooning, and American Art, 1940-1976 (2008), Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/Recent Art (2002). Contributes to Artforum, Art in America, Art Journal, and ARTnews.
Co-executive editor of ARTnews, where she also writes on a wide range of contemporary art topics. Previously she worked as executive editor of Art + Auction, and has been an editor at Review: Latin American Literature and Arts and New York magazine.
Art critic and educator, co-founder of Artists Space. First-person accounts of New York art and artists, 1950s - present. Author of numerous books and monographs, most recently Abstract Expressionism and the American Experience: a Reevaluation (2009).
University educator, exhibition curator, and lecturer for more than 40 years. Her essays, profiles, interviews, & reviews appear in a wide range of magazines, newspapers, and catalogues.
Art critic and filmmaker; AICA-USA board president, 2000-2005. Has written for Art in America, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Vanity Fair, as well as numerous books and catalogues; formerly arts commentator for PBS Newshour, chief art critic for Newsday/New York Newsday. Organizes and moderates numerous U.S. and international panels and symposia. Co-director, “Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, The Mistress and The Tangerine” (2008); in post-production on Ilya and Emilia Kabakov documentary. Founding Program Director Art Writing Workshop, a partnership between AICA and the Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Art Writing Workshop.
Has written regularly for Art in America since 1982, is a contributing editor for ARTnews and Art Asia Pacific, and has contributed essays to numerous museum and gallery publications. Wei has organized numerous shows in the United States and abroad, most recently Mei Guo (The Beau Monde) for Contrasts Gallery in Shanghai and Beijing, and Into the Trees for The Fields Sculpture Park in Ghent, NY.