Culturologist, art critic, editor-in-chief of the encyclopedia of visual art wikiart.org
Lisa Korneichuk is an art journalist, editor, and researcher. She graduated in New Arts Journalism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago as a Fulbright fellow. In 2016, she co-founded VONO, a media focused on Ukrainian contemporary art.
Alex Fisher is an art historian, writer, and curator from Buffalo, New York based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Musicologist and theorist of contemporary art.
Independent curator, founder of the Kunsthalle Lustdorf (Odesa, Ukraine) and ОО Neuer Shamir. Former curator of the Museum of Odessa Modern Art and Junior curator of PinchukArtCentre.
Journalist, independent author. Focuses on contemporary art and culture.
Art historian, curator.
Culturologist, curator, art critic.
Anna Mikaela Ekstrand is an arts writer and independent curator based in New York interested in feminisms, decolonial theory, and social practice. Ekstrand is the founding editor-in-chief of Cultbytes.
Writer, researcher, and editor who focuses mainly on visual culture studies and cultural theory. Based in Kyiv.
Annabel Keenan is a New York-based art advisor and freelance writer.
Artistic Director at PinchukArtCentre
Art critic. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Eva Kovač is an art historian, researcher, coordinator of artistic and cultural projects, and assistant artist manager based in Vienna, Austria.
Art historian, curator, researcher of Ukrainian art and photography. Co-curator and executive editor of the Wartime Art Archive.
Senior Lecturer in Publishing at Oxford Brookes University;PhD Researcher at the University of Stirling. Her professional career spans publishing, bookselling and digital media consultancy.
Art historian, contemporary art researcher.
Art critic and experimental electronic musician from Kyiv. Artslooker editor.
Art critic, researcher and project coordinator at Shcherbenko Art Centre.
Kateryna Iakovlenko is a journalist, writer and contemporary art researcher.
Kateryna Tykhonenko is an art manager, art critic, and media scientist based in Potsdam, Germany
Kateryna Volochniuk is an art historian and researcher; she is a PhD Сandidate at the University of St Andrews and a Researcher at The New Centre for Research & Practice.
Kathrin Heinrich is an art historian and critic based in Vienna, Austria.
Critic, curator of contemporary art, publicist
Curator, researcher, and art historian. Manager of the Research Platform of the PinchukArtCentre.
Art critic and curator. Lives and works in Paris.
Curator and writer focused on queer studies; MA in Art Theory. Finished academic training at the Centre for Gender and Diversity (Maastricht University). Artslooker chief editor until 12.2023. Lives and works in Berlin.
Cultural manager, researcher.
Cultural manager, writer, and interviewer of art medias.
Curator, cultural manager, and researcher who works mainly in the field of contemporary art with the themes of historical memory, the internal dynamics of artistic communities, institutional critique.
Artist, curator. Works and lives in Ghent and Kyiv.
Head of educational and inclusive programs at PinchukArtCentre.
Artist, researcher, and writer.
Art historian, culturologist. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Interviewer, cultural manager, coordinator of the Shcherbenko Art Centre, and the manager of the Young Ukrainian Artist (MUHi) competition in 2019 and 2021.
Author, editor and journalist. Since 2022, she has been working as a local producer for the BBC reporting on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In 2019–2022, Svitlana worked as the Senior Editor of an online magazine Your Art.
Tatiana Kochubinska is an independent curator and writer. In 2016–2019 she curated the Research Platform of the PinchukArtCentre aimed at creating a digital archive of Ukrainian contemporary art.
Art historian, author of the texts. Сo-curator of the Wartime Art Archive, curator of exhibition projects.
Art historian, curator, researcher.
Art critic. Lives and works in Kharkiv.
Queer writer, publicist
A writer with studies in art history and image theory. Iancu works independently, between Bucharest and Berlin, devoting herself in particular to queer studies of contemporary art.
Valeria Schiller is a curator, researcher, and art historian. Editor-in-Chief of Artslooker (2020-2023)
Art manager. Co-founder of the gallery "Kimnata", from 2015 to 2020 program curator of the gallery of contemporary art "Artsvit". Lives and works in Dnipro.
Сulturologist, art critic, PhD, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.