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This Long Year: In Art Journalism
Join us for a conversation as distinguished art journalists reflect on the pandemic, political turmoil, and protests. How have they covered exhibitions, artists, and public space across this long year? What impact will their current work have on the future of art writing? Helen Stoilas, Editor, Americas, The Art Newspaper moderates.

Helen Stoilas is Editor, Americas at The Art Newspaper, where she manages staff and freelance writers across the US, Canada and South America who contribute breaking and investigative news for print and online. She also regularly reports on political and social issues that affect artists and institutions.

A long-time art critic and trained art historian, Phyllis Tuchman has published and posted articles, reviews, and interviews in a variety of places, including art journals (Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail), general interest magazines (Town & Country, Smithsonian), newspapers (NY Times, NY Newsday), and websites (artnews.com, artnet.com). To celebrate Guild Hall’s 90th Anniversary, she is currently organizing Abstract Expressionism in the Hamptons.

Apr 20, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Phong Bui
Nicola Delorme
Phong H. Bui is an artist, writer, independent curator, and former curatorial advisor at MoMA PS1 (2007-10). He is also the Co-Founder, Publisher, and Artistic Director of the monthly journal The Brooklyn Rail and its imprint, Rail Editions. He was the Host and Producer of Off the Rail on Art International Radio (2010-15). He is a board trustee of the Third Rail of the Twin Cities, the Miami Rail, the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, the International Association of Art Critics (from 2007-20), Anthology Film Archives, Studio in a School, Second Shift Studio Space of St. Paul, Monira Foundation, Fountain House, and Denniston Hill, among others. He was a senior critic at Yale MFA, Columbia University MFA, and University of Pennsylvania MFA, (2012-15). He has taught graduate seminars in MFA Writing and Criticism and MFA Photography, Video, and Related Media at the School of Visual Arts (2012-16).
Mira Dayal
Mira Dayal is an artist and critic based in New York. She recently joined Art in America as Ideas Editor, and is also co-organizer of the residency program rehearsal, co-curator of the collaborative artist publication prompt:, founding editor of the Journal of Art Criticism, and a regular contributor at Artforum, where she was previously an associate editor. Her studio work often involves laborious play with language, material, and site, and has been shown at Spencer Brownstone Gallery, Kunstverein Dresden, Gymnasium, Lubov, NURTUREart, NARS Foundation, Abrons Art Center, and other spaces. She is currently editing a book about solidarity and feminism in art criticism, based on a series of panels she organized at SOHO20 and A.I.R. Gallery. She develops and teaches courses on art and writing at the International Center of Photography.
Philip Kennicott
Philip Kennicott is the Pulitzer Prize-winning Senior Art and Architecture Critic of The Washington Post. He is also a two-time Pulitzer finalist (for editorial writing in 2000 and criticism in 2012), a former contributing editor to The New Republic, and a regular contributor to Opera News and Gramophone. His 2015 essay, “Smuggler” was a finalist for the National Magazine Award and anthologized in that year’s volume of “Best American Essays.” He lives in Washington, D.C.