Art Journalists

Browse the Clippings.me directory of art journalists below. We found 152 art journalists listed.

Tasmin Waby

Writer | Editor | SEO | Podcaster

Born in London to New Zealanders, I somehow ended up growing up in Melbourne. Today I split my time between the UK, Australia and NZ. As well as freelancing as a travel writer and editor, I'm training to teach English to non-English speakers: ask me anything about phrasal verbs! When not away on assignments, I live on a canal boat with my kids and a fat Russian Blue cat called Millie.

GB


Stephen Yang

Digital Culture | UX | Qualitative Research

Stephen Yang is a junior pursuing a double major in Communication and Information Science at Cornell University. As an aspiring media professional and social scientist, he is passionate about bringing about changes in our digital culture through creative endeavors and research inquiries.


Tera Jayewardene

Law Graduate/Journalist/Playwright

LLB Graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of Colombo. Journalist for the Sunday Times. Tera Jayewardene, started her creative journey at the age of 12, when her play 'Xtrapergus' was produced in 2009. Tera is currently an avid reader, writer and performer who interprets the world around her through writing. With more than 120 articles published in the Sunday Times, Tera focuses on Environmental protection, Sri Lankan home grown business and promoting the Arts and Geek Culture.

LK


Tau Nell

Student

BSc Psychology graduate and MSc Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice student at UCL

GB


Kaycie Surrell

Writing // Marketing // Creative

I am a creative professional inspired by engaging work that celebrates meaningful stories. I'm passionate, focused, and attentive — and I'm motivated by community. When I'm not working I enjoy art-making and exploring my surroundings.

US


David Trigg

Art Writer & Critic

David Trigg is an art writer and critic based in Bristol, UK. He is a regular contributor to books on contemporary art and his reviews, features and interviews with artists have been published in Studio International, ArtReview, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, Frieze, The Burlington Magazine, Art Papers and Art in Print. His book Reading Art (Phaidon Press, 2018) explores the relationship between art and literature, creatively tracing the history of how artists have depicted books as symbols, subjects and objects. It was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Open Book programme and was selected by The Times as a book of the year. His latest book, Spring (Tate Publishing, 2020), explores the season of spring through 50 artworks from the Tate collection. David's writing appears in numerous other books on art, including African Artists: From 1882 to Now (Phaidon 2021), Vitamin D3 (Phaidon 2021), Great Women Artists (Phaidon, 2019), Vitamin T (Phaidon, 2019), 30-Second Great Art (Ivy Press, 2018), Flying Too Close to the Sun (Phaidon, 2018), Body of Art (Phaidon, 2015) and The Twenty-First Century Art Book (Phaidon, 2014). His interviews with artists are included in Talking Art 2 (Ridinghouse, 2018). He has a PhD in Art History from the University of Bristol and is a member of the International Association of Art Critics.


Ailin Hernandez

Modern Languagues graduate focused on Business

Modern Languages graduate focused on business. "Marketing and Sales Strategic Management" diploma. Amateur photographer. Beginner writer. Content creator wannabe. Professional compiler. I have 3 years of experience in english education, and I also have a background in writing and translation. I'm interested in art & culture, travel, social media, online community management, and technology. https://about.me/ailindigo Discord: ailindigo#5958


Sara Peláez

Periodista.

Juntaletras. Escribo en sitios y escucho a The Smiths.


Paul Miles

Freelance writer and photographer

Over 20 years' experience of contributing to the national press, mostly about sustainable travel and architecture, islands and waterways. Also, sometimes about swimming, boating and learning to paint. Always interested in story ideas especially if they involve being in or on the water. Not the Paul Miles who writes for Metro.


Elena Martyn

Journalist

Junior Content Writer at MuseumINSIDER I am an NCTJ-accredited journalist with extensive research and IT skills. I recently graduated from the University of Kent with a 1st class degree in BA (Hons) American Studies with a Year in Journalism. My interests include museums, travel, film, and theatre.

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