Jason Edward Kaufman is a widely read arts journalist whose criticism and reporting have appeared in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times and numerous other publications, including The Art Newspaper, for which he long served as Chief US Correspondent. He has contributed to exhibition catalogues for the Whitney Museum, Beyeler Foundation, Morgan Library, Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, and MASSMOCA. His expertise in the history of art and museums has allowed him to provide strategic planning and other valuable consulting to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and other institutions, and to advise museum architects in their project designs.
Kaufman has lectured and moderated panels on the arts at museums and universities including Tate Modern (London), Asia Society (New York), Arco (Madrid), arteBA (Buenos Aires), Sotheby’s Institute of Art (New York), the Allbritton Art Institute at Baylor University, and various other institutions. He served as a US Department of State speaker specialist (2008) at an “Art in Media” conference in Ekaterinburg, Russia. He was awarded a Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellowship at the University of Michigan (2000-2001) where he also taught contemporary art.
In addition to his other work, Kaufman edits the online publication InView Culture Bulletin which is distributed to 34,000 subscribers around the world.
Based in New York, he is a member of the International Association of Art Critics.
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