Andrew Berardini

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Andrew Berardini
Born Andrew Berardini
(1982-08-21)August 21, 1982
Huntington Beach, California,
United States
Nationality American

Andrew Berardini (born 1982) is an American writer known for his work as a visual art critic and curator in Los Angeles.

He has published articles and essays in publications such as frieze, Mousse, Fillip, Artforum, ArtReview, Art-Agenda, Paper Monument, Art in America, Public Fiction, Rolling Stone (Italy), and the LA Weekly.[1] A graduate with an MFA in Writing from the School of Critical Studies at California Institute of the Arts, Berardini has lectured on Art History and Cultural Production at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc),[2] and has been faculty at the Mountain School of Arts since 2008, in addition to guest lecturing widely. He previously held the position of assistant editor of Semiotext(e) Press[3] and is currently Los Angeles editor for Mousse[4] and senior editor for Artslant.[5] As a curator, Berardini held appointments at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena[6] and LAXART in Los Angeles and in 2013 he organized and co-organized exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris,[7] the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles,[8] and the Castello di Rivoli in Turin.[9] In 2013, he was a finalist for the Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi Prize for Young Curators[10] and won an Andy Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital Art Writer's Grant for Short-Form Writing. [11]

Publications[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Get In, with Brian Kennon, 2nd Cannons, 2011.
  • Richard Jackson, The Rennie Collection, 2010.

Book contributions[edit]

  • Whitney Biennial 2012., Whitney Museum, 2012.
  • Sarah Cain, LAND, 2012.
  • Singapore Biennial 2011: Open House, Singapore Art Museum, 2011.
  • Bas Jan Ader: Suspended Between Laughter and Tears, Pitzer Art Galleries/Claremont Museum of Art, 2010.
  • 5 Years: The Mountain School of Art. MSA, 2010.
  • Desert Interviews, Or How To Jump Off the Roof and Not Hit the Ground: Piero Golia. JRP/Ringier & Jumex Foundation and Collection, 2010.
  • Rotterdam Dialogues: The Critics, The Curators, The Artists. Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, 2010.
  • Yoshua Okon: US, Museo Carillo Gil, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2010.
  • All Time Greatest. Fellows of Contemporary Art, 2010.
  • I like your work: Etiquette and Art, Paper Monument, 2010.
  • Bruce Nauman: Untitled (leave the Land Alone) 1969/2009, Armory Center for the Arts, 2009.
  • Hipnostasis: Raymond Pettibon and Yoshua Okon, Armory Center for the Arts, 2009.
  • LA Potential, Basis-Wien, Vienna, Austria, 2009.
  • 2008 California Biennial. Orange County Museum of Art, 2008.

Translations and editorial[edit]

  • Bruce Nauman: Untitled (leave the Land Alone) 1969/2009, Armory Center for the Arts, 2009.
  • Hipnostasis: Raymond Pettibon and Yoshua Okon, Armory Center for the Arts, 2009.
  • Jean Baudrillard, In the Shadow of the Silent Majority, translated by Paul Foss, John Johnston, Paul Patton, and Andrew Berardini (Los Angeles, CA: Semiotext, 2007.
  • David Wojnarowicz: A Definitive History of Five or Six Years on the Lower East SideEdited by Sylvère Lotringer, Giancarlo Ambrosino, Chris Kraus, Hedi El Kholti, Justin Cavin. Research Editor: Andrew Berardini. 2006.

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