Wendy Weil Atwell is a freelance critic based in San Antonio.
Darian Bleecher is a freelance writer and editor based in Santa Barbara.
Peter S. Briggs is an art historian and critic based in Lubbock.
Annette Carlozzi is Curator of American and Contemporary Art at the Blanton Museum of Art.
Frances Colpitt is Deedie Potter Rose Chair of Art History at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth and a Corresponding Editor to Art in America.
John Devine is a freelance writer based in Houston.
Caroline Ewing is an MA candidate in Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, focusing on contemporary West African art.
John Ewing is a freelance writer and editor based in New York and has written for Modern Painters and ArtNexus. He is the Copy Editor of ARTL!ES.
Christopher French is an artist and independent critic based in Houston.
Malik Gaines is an independent writer, co-editor of artUS, Adjunct Curator at LAXART in Los Angeles and founding member of My Barbarian.
Freelance writer Izabel I. S. Gass is a first time contributor to ARTL!ES.
Meredith Goldsmith is a freelance critic based in Houston.
Kate Green is Curator of Education and Exhibitions at Artpace San Antonio.
Anjali Gupta is a freelance video producer and critic based in San Antonio. She is the Editor of ARTL!ES.
Charles Gute is an artist based in Brooklyn. The series featured in this installment of VISUAL SPACE can be seen in its entirety at www.charlesgute.com.
Gordy Grundy is an artist based in Los Angeles. His current project Fortuna was recently on view at Arbor House in San Antonio.
Margo Handwerker is Curatorial Assistant of Modern and Contemporary Art and Prints at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe is a freelance arts and culture writer based in Argyle.
Cindy Hurt received her MFA in Painting and Drawing at the University of North Texas in 1977. She is an artist, writer and educator living in Dallas.
Prolific Danish author, critic and curator Lars Bang Larsen regularly focuses on artists whose work straddles social and critical practice. He is currently based in Stockholm.
Laura Lark is an artist living and working in Houston.
Joseph Lim is currently a student in art history and architecture at Rice University, Houston.
Marie-Adele Moniot is a freelance writer and editor based in Austin.
Nikki Moore is a recent graduate of the S.M.Arch.S program in Theory, History and Criticism at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She lives in Austin.
Artist and writer Kurt Dominick Mueller is currently pursuing an MFA at the University of Texas at Austin.
Valerie Cassel Oliver is Associate Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.
Bárbara Perea is a critic and Curator at MUCA Roma in Mexico City.
Gabriel Perez-Barreiro is Curator of Latin American Art at the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin.
Rex Reason is a pseudonym often used by artist David Robbins in his early publication history. His piece “Brie Popcorn,” originally published in Real Life Magazine (11/12, Winter 1983), is featured in David Robbins: The Velvet Grind, Selected Essays, Interviews and Satires (1983-2005). It appears here courtesy of JRP | Ringier, Zurich, and Les Presses du reel, Dijon.
Charles Reeve is Curator at Ontario College of Art & Design.
Jerry Saltz is senior art critic at The Village Voice.
M. Kathryn Shields is Assistant Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Noah Simblist is an artist currently living and working in Austin.
Roberto Tejada is Professor of Art History, Theory and Criticism at the University of California, San Diego.
Charissa N. Terranova is Assistant Professor of Art History at Southern Methodist University and an art critic at the Dallas Observer.
Jeff M. Ward is a critical writing fellow at the Core Program at the Glassell School at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Roger White is an artist based in New York.