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Who are we?
Alicia Eler is an art critic, culture journalist, and writer. Her coverage of selfie culture has been featured in New York magazine, the Washington Post, Psychology Today, Gigaom, and Colorlines. Her fiction writing is published inIlluminati Girl Gang and Projecttile Lit. Her work has appeared in Art21, Artforum, Art Papers, Raw Vision Magazine, Salon, and Time Out Chicago. She is based in Los Angeles. (@aliciaeler)
Hyperallergic Weekend Editorial Collective
|Lyra Kilston (LA)
||An Xiao (LA & Kumpala)
|Philip Hartigan (Chicago)
Faheem Haider (Hudson Valley, NY)
|Joseph Nechvatal (Paris)|
|Brendan C. Carroll
Carren Jao (LA)
Megan N. Liberty
|Mark Sheerin (Brighton, UK)
Ben Valentine (Berkeley, CA)
|Stephanie Bailey (London)
Lindsay L. Benedict (Turin)
Claire Breukel (Miami & NYC)
Mark S. Holsworth (Melbourne)
|Robert C. Morgan
Alessandro Rolandi (Beijing)
Samuel Rowlett (Boston)
Benjamin Snyder (San Diego)
Additional Hyperallergic Weekend Contributors
|Morten Høi Jensen
Christine Shan Shan Hou
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