Art Agenda, the online journal of art criticism founded in 2010 by New York’s e-flux organization, has named Jill Winder as editor in chief. Naturally the announcement was made via an e-mail blast, just as the publication’s exhibition and fair reviews are distributed.
Ms. Winder, who is based in Berlin, has served as a curator at BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, in Utrecht, the Netherlands, and published widely on contemporary art. She is a graduate of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, in Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.
In the new releases announcing Ms. Winder’s appointment, Art Agenda stated:
“Conceived as a platform that provides a space for writers to reconsider critically both the form and content of the traditional exhibition review—a rather ossified genre—Agenda now enters a new phase with the appointment of Jill Winder as editor in chief.”
Art Agenda publishes criticism—often of a more experimental persuasion—by writers like Karen Archey, Tyler Coburn, Richard Deacon, David Spalding and others.
Congratulations, Ms. Winder.