Wendy Vogel

Wendy Vogel

Editor at Arts Initiative Tokyo

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last updated 11/21/2017

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Online Editor, Art In America  - Brant Publications Inc

Associate Editor, Modern Painters  - Blouin Artinfo


B.A.  - Math and Studio Arts , Dartmouth College

BA  - New York University

MA  - Center for Curatorial Studies

MA  - Curatorial Studies , Bard College


Editorial Advisor  - Pastelegram

Founder  - SPOT

Critical Fellow In the Core Residency Program  - Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Critical Fellow In the Core Program  - Glassell School of Art

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Wendy Vogel
Wendy Vogel is a critic and an occasional curator based in Milan, Italy, where she is an editor at Flash Art International. Zeynep Öz is an independent curator and writer whose interest lies in the artistic production process. She recently co-founded SPOT in Istanbul and was the assistant curator for the 2010 edition of Home Works 5 in Beirut. She holds a B.A. in Math and Studio Arts from Dartmouth College and an M.A. in Curatorial Studies from Bard College.

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This discussion of feminist writing and criticism features Laia Garcia, deputy editor at Lenny; Jasmin Hernandez, independent arts writer and founder of Gallery Gurls; Wendy Vogel, independent writer and curator and former editor at Flash Art International and Modern Painters; and Julia Wolkoff, assistant editor at Art in America.

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ProgramsFeminist Mysticism: Mollie McKinley in Conversation with Martha Wilson and Wendy Vogel
and Wendy Vogel Join us for Feminist Mysticism, a conversation between artist Martha Wilson, curator and critic Wendy Vogel, and artist Mollie McKinley, which is held in conjunction with McKinley's exhibition Salt Priestess, on view through June 25. McKinley, Wilson, and Vogel will discuss mystical traditions behind salt and glass as well as the broader explorations of the American landscape and the feminist/female-identified body. Wendy Vogel is a writer and curator based in Brooklyn, New York. Her research interests include legacies of feminist and identity-based practice, as well as the performative and ethical questions around contemporary art production and criticism. A former editor at Flash Art International, Modern Painters and Art in America, she has contributed to Artforum.com, art-agenda, Art Review, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail, frieze, Kaleidoscope, Mousse and The New York Times, among other publications.

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