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Rachel Wetzler

Associate Editor, Art in America

Rachel Wetzler joined Art in America as an associate editor in 2019. A regular contributor to A.i.A. since 2016, she has also written for publications including Artforum, Frieze, Art Review, Apollo, ARTnews, the New Republic, the Baffler, Rhizome, art-agenda, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. She has contributed to books and catalogues accompanying the exhibitions “Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic 1945­–1965” (Haus der Kunst, Munich, 2016), “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon” (New Museum, 2017), the 2017 Whitney Biennial, “Surround Audience” (New Museum, 2015), “Art Post Internet” (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, 2014), “The Encyclopedic Palace” (Venice Biennale, 2013), “Fore” (Studio Museum in Harlem, 2013), and “Greater New York” (MoMA PS1, 2010). As a freelance editor, Rachel has worked on projects for MoMA PS1, MOCA Los Angeles, the Sharjah Biennial, Independent art fair, the MIT Press, MOCA Cleveland, and Damiani. From 2015 to 2018, she taught art history at Baruch College, CUNY. She received an MA (Hons.) in art history and English literature from the University of Edinburgh and an MPhil in art history from CUNY Graduate Center, where her academic research focused primarily on twentieth-century art in East-Central Europe. Follow her on Twitter at @rwetzler.

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