Megan N. Liberty
Megan N. Liberty is an arts writer, editor, and archivist based in Brooklyn who writes about artists’ books, ephemera, archives, and other multidisciplinary meetings of text and image. She is the Art Books section editor at the Brooklyn Rail and co-founder of the Book Art Review. Her writing appears regularly on Hyperallergic and in ArtReview, and has also been published in Artforum.com, Art in America, Frieze, NY Review of Books Daily, LA Review of Books, White Review,Art in Print, and elsewhere. She has led and participated in public conversations on artists’ books and publishing with the Brooklyn Rail, Contemporary Artist Book Conference, Hill Art Foundation, and Miriam Gallery, and teaches workshops for early career artists on the practical and conceptual importance of self-archiving. She was a 2019-20 AICA/USA and Creative Capital/The Andy Warhol Foundation’s Arts Writing Workshop participant, and has an MA in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and a BA in English from Dickinson College, PA.
- “Tauba Auerbach’s Sculptural Art Books,” Hyperallergic
- “Redefining Identity Through Artists’ Books,” Hyperallergic
- Review of Mayumi Hosokura’s “New Skin,” The Brooklyn Rail
Review of “A Madeline Gins Reader,” The Brooklyn Rail
“The Book as Technology,” Los Angeles Review of Books
Profile of Printed Matter, NY, The Brooklyn Rail