Francisco Gómez is lab director at the art-space workshop Taller Milans in Barcelona.
Mel Gooding is an art historian, writer, curator, and educator.
Adam Gopnik has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1986. He has published many books including Paris to the Moon. He lives in New York City.
Beverly Gordon is Professor Emeritus in the Design Studies Department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her previous books include Shaker Textile Arts, Feltmaking, and The Saturated World: Aesthetic Meaning, Intimate Objects, Women’s Lives, 1890-1940.
Calum Gordon is a Glasgow-based freelance writer and creative consultant who specializes in fashion and culture. He is Editor-in-Chief of The Reference Council, an influential online menswear magazine.
Paul Gorman is a writer and curator whose focus is on visual culture. He is the author of many books.
Tim Gosling served eighteen years as a Director at furniture design company David Linley before founding Gosling, a luxury bespoke design service. His first book, Gosling, Classic Design for Contemporary Interiors, was followed by a collection of his pencil sketches, London Secrets: A Draughtsman’s Guide.
B. N. Goswamy is a leading historian on Indian art. He has taught at several universities in India and abroad, and curated major exhibitions of Indian art at the world’s leading museums.
Jean-Paul Goude is one of the world’s most brilliant and unorthodox image-makers.
John Gowlett is Professor of Archaeology at Liverpool University. He has published numerous articles and contributions within edited volumes.
Emmanuelle Graffin writes about gardening, landscape, and interior design. She lives in France.
James Graham-Campbell is Emeritus Professor of Medieval Archaeology at University College London. His many books include The Viking World and The Vikings. He lives in England.
Richard Graham studied art history and has a Masters in creative and critical writing. He works from his art studio in London, where he creates characters from everyday objects—including oversized caterpillars from old pianos. The Cranky Caterpillar is his first picture book.
Claudine Grammont is an independent scholar.
Simon Grant is a writer and art historian, and has been the editor of Tate Etc. magazine since 2004. His writings on art include catalogue essays on Paul Nash, Keith Tyson and Tacita Dean, and articles for the Guardian, Times Literary Supplement, the Independent on Sunday, Parkett and The Burlington Magazine.
Tino Grass is a noted Swiss graphic designer.
Paul Gravett is a writer, critic, curator, publisher, and broadcaster. He is an authority on comic art and comic culture.
The late Camilla Gray’s extraordinary art-historical abilities were immediately recognized with the first publication of this book as The Great Experiment: Russian Art 1863-1922 in 1962. While still in her mid-twenties, she had produced a major and original work on a subject then little known in the West. Translations into German, Italian, and French followed but she herself died tragically young in 1971.
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Christopher Green, formerly Professor of the History of Art at London’s Courtauld Institute of Art, is an international authority on French art of the early twentieth century. His previous books include Picasso’s Demoiselles d’Avignon and Picasso: Architecture and Vertigo.
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Rachel Greene is Editorial Coordinator and a director of Rhizome.org, an online resource and platform for new media art, and a curatorial fellow at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York.
Sarah Greenough is the chief curator and head of the department of photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Robert Grenier’s previous books include A Box of Photographs and Brassaï: The Monograph.
Chloe Grimshaw writes frequently on style and interiors for London’s leading newspapers and lifestyle magazines.