Who are the Associates?
Katharine T. Carter, President & CEO of Katharine T. Carter & Associates, is pleased to offer the services of her Associates, a unique group of accomplished individuals with extensive experience in the art world. The Associates, whose ranks include critics, curators, designers, and consultants, bring great expertise to all facets of the Company’s art services, including career consultation, art writing, criticism, media relations, national marketing programs, and comprehensive public relations.
William Zimmer, was an art critic who achieved international status through his catalog essays, which were published by museums all over the world. He retired as contributing critic to The New York Times after more than 20 years. His career began with ARTS Magazine in 1975; in 1977 he was hired by The Soho Weekly News, a paper published in Lower Manhattan. By virtue of the paper’s location in the burgeoning Soho district, Zimmer was the first critic to review Julian Schnabel, David Salle, Keith Haring and many other artists who became major art world figures of the 1980s. Zimmer’s catalogue texts include essays on Donald Sultan, Brice Marden, Catherine Lee, Benny Andrews and Richard Bosman, to mention only a few. His generosity to up-and-coming artists was legendary, and in his lifetime he wrote hundreds of essays for emerging and mid-career artists. Zimmer passed away in September of 2007, and the Zimmer Prize in Art Criticism was established that same year by Larry Powell Management and Katharine T. Carter & Associates.
Richard Vine is the senior editor for Asia and former managing editor of Art in America. He has taught at such institutions as the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the American Conservatory of Music and New York University, and has served as editor-in-chief of the Chicago Review and of Dialogue: An Art Journal. His articles on art, literature, and intellectual history have appeared in numerous journals, including Salmagundi, Modern Poetry Studies, and the New Criterion. He is author of Odd Nedrum: Paintings, Sketches, and Drawings, published by Gyldendal/D.A.P. in 2001.
Jonathan Goodman is an art writer and editor who has published extensively on modern and contemporary art for such publications as Art in America, Sculpture, Art Asia Pacific, and Art on Paper. He has written extensively on Asian art for several publications, and has written exhibition catalogues for art venues throughout the world.
Dominique Nahas is a critic and independent curator based in Manhattan. A newly elected member of the board of AICA-USA (Association International des Critiques d'Art), Mr. Nahas has written for Flash Art, Review, Paris Photo, Sculpture, Art on Paper, Handmade Paper Magazine, dArt International, and Trans, among numerous other magazines, and is a regular contributor to Art in America and Art Asia Pacific. Currently the Interim Director of the Hoffberger Graduate School at Maryland Institute College of Art, Nahas is the former director of the Neuberger Museum and former museum curator at Everson Museum and has curated many shows nationally and internationally, and serves as an advisor to many arts organizations. He served as Associate Curator at the Palm Beach ICA between 2001 and 2004. Exhibitions include: BROOKLYN! for PBICA (2001) and JAPAN:RISING for PBICA 2003. Dominique Nahas is concurrently a regular faculty member of Pratt Institute and The New York Studio Program where he teaches critical theory. Additionally, he is the 2005-6 Critic-in-Residence at Montclair State University. His monographic study on the work of Monica Castillo, published by the Museum of Modern Art of Mexico City, appeared in 2004. His most recent publication, a survey of the work of Merle Temkin (Telos Press), appears in the summer of 2005. He is currently organizing a Miriam Beerman retrospective (opening in late 2006) for the Aljira Center for Contemporary Art.
Peter Frank is Senior Curator at the Riverside (CA) Art Museum and art critic for Angeleno magazine and the L.A. Weekly. In New York he served as art critic for The Village Voice and The SoHo Weekly News and he is the former editor of Visions Art Quarterly. Frank has organized and assisted with numerous theme and survey exhibitions for such prestigious institutions and organizations as the Guggenheim Museum, Independent Curators Inc., The Alternative Museum, and Artists’ Space in New York; the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid; Documenta in Kassel, Germany; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Contemporary ARt, and Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles. He has published numerous books and catalogues, the latest a monograph on the painter Robert De Niro, Sr.
Robert Mahoney has been an art writer in New York for over fifteen years, writing for such publications as ARTS (1985-92) FLASH ART (1988-94) Contemporanea, Tema Celeste and Cover magazines. He currently writes for TIME OUT New York (since 1995), Artnet.com (since 1996), and contributes to edificerex.com and d'ART International. Mahoney is also the author of numerous catalog essays on contemporary artists, his writing having been presented in conjunction with exhibitions around the world. From 1994-99 Mahoney served as public information officer at the Queens Museum of Art, Queens, New York City, where he brought high-profile coverage to exhibitions of contemporary art.
John Mendelsohn is a painter who has written articles and reviews on contemporary art for ArtNet, Cover Magazine, dArt International and The Jewish Week, as well as essays for exhibition catalogues. He teaches in the Studio Art Program at Fairfield University in Connecticut. He has contributed to the forthcoming book, A Book of Images: Reflections on Symbols, to be published by Taschen in conjunction with the Archive for Research in Archetypal Symbolism at the C.G. Jung Institute, New York.
D. Dominick Lombardi, as an independent curator, has placed shows in a variety of galleries and museums such as The Shore Institute of Contemporary Art (SICA), Long Branch, NJ, Broadway Gallery, New York, NY, Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY and the Choate Gallery, Pace University, Pleasantville, NY. He has written over 200 features and art criticisms that have been published in The New York Times, Sculpture, Sculpture Review, d’ART (US editor), Art Papers, Art Lies, ARTnews, Art New England, NYARTS magazine and others. He is a member of (AICA) International Association of Art Critics. Lombardi's lectures on art and related topics have been given at a number of institutions such as Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, Silvermine Guild Galleries, New Canaan, CT, SICA (The Shore Institute of the Contemporary Arts), Long Branch, NJ, Branchville Gallery, Branchville, CT, Stamford Museum, Stamford, CT, Broadway Gallery, NY, SUNY Stonybrook, NY, Blue Star Art Complex, San Antonio, TX, 2003. His most recent lecture was titled “The Meaning of Success”, which was given at the university of Texas at San Antonio.
Karen Chambers has written extensively about the visual arts and design for an international array of magazines, including Arts, Art in America, American Craft, American Style, and Neues Glas. She also contributed regularly to Review, a bi-weekly covering New York galleries and museums. As a curator she has organized numerous museum exhibitions, including “Tell Me a Story: Narrative Art in Clay and Glass” for the U.S. Information Agency; “Transparent Motives” for The Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati; “Sit on This: The Chair as Art,” Palm Beach Community College Museum of Contemporary Art, Lake Worth, FL; and “Clearly Inspired: Contemporary Glass and Its Origins.” She currently lives and works in the greater Cincinnati area.
Deborah Ripley has been an acknowledged print expert for 20 years. She is a print dealer in New York and contributes articles to Art on Paper, a leading journal on print collecting and connoisseurship. In 1999 she was the Director of online print auctions at Artnet.com. Previously she worked in the Print Department at Christie’s auction house and is currently with I. Brewster & Co. in Philadelphia.
Mary Hrbacek has been writing about art in New York City since the late nineties. She has had more than one hundred reviews published in The New York Art World, and has written for NY Arts Magazine. Her commentary spans a broad spectrum of art, from the contemporary cutting-edge to the Old Masters. She has covered exhibitions at the Metropolitan Museum, the Whitney and the Museum of Modern Art as well the Armory Show, the Affordable Art Fair, and two consecutive Venice Biennials.
Bill Mutter has been a graphic designer and partner in the award-winning New York City based design group of James Orlandi and Associates, Inc. for over 20 years, serving such clients at MasterCard International, Texaco, Inc., Coopers & Lybrand, IBM, Manufacturers Hanover, The Queens Museum of Art, and Hilton International.
Alison Slon is an Art Director for interactive media and web design. She has designed and produced sites for both artists and corporate clients and the site, KTCassoc.com. She was an Assistant Professor at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, in the department of Computer Graphics and Interactive Media and has an MA from New York Institute of Technology in Communications and Computer Graphics. Her clients include: The Lego Company, Citigroup Smith Barney, JWT, C2 Creative, HBO.com, CBS.com, Time Warner, Condé Nast Publications and Scholastic.
Anne Leith is a partner with Max Allart in AllartStudio, a video production firm based in New York and Weston, VT. Leith is a proficient video editor and interviewer, as well as an art historian and published art critic. She has worked for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy, and was instrumental in the development of the Duetsche Guggenheim Museum in Berlin.
Kathleen Cullen currently runs a gallery located in New York City’s Chelsea art district. Formerly named Artek Contemporaries, she presents a range of solo and group exhibitions, focusing on curation that captures the diversity and quality of the best contemporary art. Notably she was the first to show such well-known contemporary artists as Matthew Barney, Joe Lewis, Josh Smith and Wangechi Mutu. She has appeared on television speaking about ways to look at the work of emerging artists, for such popular New York City news stations as NY1.
Michael Wilson, a London-born, New York-based critic and curator, is currently Editor, Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The author of How To Read Contemporary Art (Abrams, 2012), he is a regular contributor to Artforum and New American Paintings. Wilson has also written for other magazines including frieze, Modern Painters, Art Monthly, and Contemporary. He wrote the introduction to Contemporary Art in North America (Black Dog, 2011), and has contributed essays to catalogues published by the Asia Society, MoMA PS1, Matthew Marks Gallery, Marlborough Gallery, and the Photographers Gallery. A graduate of the Fine Art MFA program at the University of Ulster, Belfast, and the Visual Arts Administration MA program at the Royal College of Art, London, Wilson has organized exhibitions in the UK and the US, including “How to Read a Book” at Locust Projects, Miami (2010) and “Written by Snakes” at Churner & Churner, New York (2012).
Ann Landi is a freelance writer and critic who writes frequently for ARTnews and The Wall Street Journal. She has published articles on art, architecture, reviews, and criticism in Architectural Digest, Art & Antiques, The New York Times, and other publications. She has served as editor on a variety of specialty publications and published articles and essays innumerous national magazines. She has curated exhibitions at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Wilmington, and Kim Foster Gallery in New York City. In addition to writing many artist catalogue essays, Landi is the author of the four-volume Schirmer Encyclopedia of Art (Gale Group, 2001).