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FAD launched in 2008. As an online site for ‘Cool Art Stuff’ it has grown from strength to strength and is now seen as one of the most important sites for contemporary art news. FAD was voted Number 1 art site by Arts Media Contacts in 2012 .
As well as being Editor in Chief of FAD, Mark is Creative Director of FAD Agency, ‘A Creative Agency Specialising in the Art World’ whose clients include : New Blood Art , Degree Art, Debut Contemporary , The Other Art Fair and STRARTA Art Fair. He is also one half of curatorial practice Westall/Sorrell.
Marcin ZiebaMarcin comes from Poland. He has traveled throughout Europe and has lived in most Western European countries.
He has freelanced for several agencies, preparing campaigns for Red Bull, Smirnoff and Playstation. He also worked for TV and radio stations in Holland and Germany where he broadened his media experience.
In 2010 while living in UK, Marcin met Mark Westall.
Since then he’s been art directing FADwebsite and is a director for fadteevee.
Marcin is also the Art Director for FAD Agency: ‘A Creative Agency Specialising in the Art World’
Stephanie TalbotLateral thinker, creative polymath, lifelong Londoner, one-time globetrotter, freelance writer (with a focus on the cultural experience of fashion), stylist and creative consultant, author of ‘Slogan T-shirts: Cult and Culture’ (published by Bloomsbury, 2013), currently developing three non-fiction books plus a novel ‘Random Memories Stitched Together By The Loss Of An Imagined Life’, former scholarship student at the Architectural Association, holds an MA in Screen Theories from Goldsmiths University and is now a sociology PhD candidate: ‘Streets and Bedrooms: The Performance and Construction of Sartorial Identity through Blog Culture’
Stephanie was editor of the style ‘n’ street culture magazine experiment, co-founded cult, architectural journal Sexymachinery (with Shumon Basar, Tank Magazine’s editor-at-large and the graphic design collective Åbäke) and was publisher and creative director of the iconic ‘children’s book for adults’ Foxy Dreamy, Yes Indeedy.
She has contributed to the Evening Standard, The Sunday Times, Dazed & Confused and Blueprint amongst others
Stephanie also muses about life not far from her doorstep in East London on her style and lifestyle blog (which at times will cross-pollinate with FAD) www.thehouseofneonweather.com aka a fashion blogazine that is not strictly fashion-focused but rather a playful potpourri of storytelling escapades, sartorial adventures, eclectic visuals, cultural schizophrenia and the theatrics of giving good urban mise en scène… it’s super lateral!
VCAfter receiving her Masters degree in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University in London, UK , the Florida native ‘VC’ is now back stateside. Working all over London from Notting Hill to Hackney Wick to central Soho, now based in New York, NY she will continue to represent FADwebsite across the pond as editor for FADNewYork.
With a background in art history and a passionate thirst for knowing as much as she can about the contemporary art scene- she revels in studio visits and one to one interviews with practicing artists from various artistic and creative disciplines.
So if you are an emerging/ established artist or gallery looking for more coverage in New York- VC is the person to contact! Virginia@fadpress.com
Dorothy PranoloDOROTHY PRANOLO is an Asian-American filmmaker currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Film Theory from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst & then went on to complete a Diploma in Screen Production & Digital Media from the prestigious Sydney Film School in Sydney, Australia.
Since completing her studies, Dorothy has gone on to work on films, music videos, and commercials all over Australia, & back stateside in San Francisco & New York. Her 2011 short film “Push & Pull” has played within the film festival circuit internationally, screening at festivals throughout Europe, USA, & Australia. Most recently, “Push & Pull” became
an official selection for the 2014 TIFF Kids Film Festival, one of the premiere children’s film festivals in the world & part of the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival. This marked the film’s Canadian premiere.
Much of Dorothy’s interest in film stems from the idea of cinema as social & cultural reflection. Like the FAD philosophy, she favors a risk taking approach when it comes to cinema and is drawn to films that have the ability to challenge its audience.
Tabish KhanTabish is a born and bred Londoner and freelance art writer and critic. He has been writing for Londonist since January 2012, with nearly 300 articles covering reviews, previews, opinion pieces and guides (http://londonist.com/profile/tabish). He also writes about his art musings on his blog londonartscene.blogspot.co.uk.
Kimberley BrownKimberley is a History of Art student, currently in her third year of study at the University of Reading, and hoping to continue to do a MA in Curation, Criticism and Culture at Central Saint Martins next year. Despite her studies into the art world of the past, she has become increasingly interested in contemporary art and feminist theories, writing about art, fashion, advertising, and music from a feminist stance on her blog: sayitagainsayitagain.wordpress.com.
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Paul Carey-Kent‘Freelance art writer (available to write catalogue essays!) is the former Editor at Large of Art World magazine. He collects much of his work, including ten reviews monthly of recommended shows in London, at paulsartworld.blogspot.com
Daniel BarnesDaniel Barnes is a philosopher who explores the meaning of contemporary art in the age of global capitalism. His PhD offered a resolution to the Heidegger/Schapiro debate over the meaning of van Gogh’s paintings of shoes. He has taught philosophy at the University of Nottingham and aesthetic theory at Chelsea College of Art, and is currently teaching a course on the philosophy of art and capitalism at the London School of Philosophy. Daniel has published articles on pictorial representation, architectural experience, tragedy and street art; he is currently contemporary art critic for ArtSlant London, Aesthetica magazine and this is tomorrow. His main project at present is a philosophical analysis of the art of Damien Hirst, which argues that Hirst’s apparent obsession with spectacle, money and myth is intrinsic to a refined understanding of his art as essential to the current epoch. As a curator, Daniel has worked with Richard Stone and is currently developing projects as a co-director of NewThey. Daniel is philosopher in residence for The Butcher’s Apron on NTS Radio.
Fred SorrellFred Sorrell is a contemporary artist, curator, writer and art consultant. Fred has curated a wide- ranging portfolio of exhibitions and managed exhibition installations both in the UK and internationally, working with institutions such as The British Council and Somerset House amongst others.
As a painter Fred has further experience working with artists, curators, galleries, and has built a diverse network of creative individuals. Fred graduated with a degree in Fine Art Painting from Falmouth University in 2008 and has also been tutored in classical painting by Nick Bashall and Anne Witheridge.
Lee SharrockLee Sharrock is Director of Global Creative PR at Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide. She is PR Director of the Annual Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase. Lee is also director of Lee Sharrock PR Ltd., a bespoke PR, curatorial and marketing company for artists, galleries and the creative industries. She is on the committee for the Annual Macmillan Art Auction, and writes for FAD and Art Wednesday.
Huw LougherHuw Lougher is the founder of Incito Art Advisory, an organisation that specialises in providing tailored management and advisory services to emerging artists. Huw is a contributing writer for FAD with a primary focus on sharing artist opportunities with the FAD community. With a keen interest in understanding the dynamics of the art market, Huw is also a self-confessed art collecting addict with a specific interest in both the urban and emerging contemporary markets.
Harriet ThorpeHarriet Thorpe is an arts writer and works as events assistant at the ICA in London. She regularly contributes to Studio International and has contributed to Frieze, Asian Arts Newspaper, Monocle and Suitcase magazine.
Harriet is co-founder and co-editor of an arts journal called Contemporary Text.