About Kim Levin

Kim Levin

Kim Levin is the author of Beyond Modernism: Essays on Art from the ‘70s and ‘80s, editor of Beyond Walls and Wars: Art, Politics, and Multiculturalism and co-author of Transplant: Living Vegetation in Contemporary Art. A regular contributor to the Village Voice (1983-2006), her work has been featured in ARTnews, the Irish periodical Printed Project and many other anthologies, magazines, museum catalogs and journals in the U.S., Europe and Asia. She conceived and co-edited Art Planet: A Global View of Art Criticism as international President of AICA (1996-2002) and was an advisor to the 1995 Kwangju Biennial and curator of the Nordic Biennial Borealis 8 in Copenhagen (1996-1997). A guest curator for many exhibitions in Asia, Europe and the U.S., she also exhibited her own work “Notes and Itineraries” at Ron Feldman Gallery in New York in 2006 which has since been included in the 2009 group show “Retracing Exhibitions” at Royal College of Art in London.

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