Lori Waxman (Chicago, USA) is a Chicago-based critic and art historian. Her reviews and articles have been published inÂ Chicago Tribune,Â Artforum,Artforum.com,Â Modern Painters,Â Gastronomica,Â Parkett,Â Tema Celeste, as well as the defunctÂ Parachute,Â New Art ExaminerÂ andÂ FGA.
She has written catalogue essays for small and large art spaces, including: Spertus Museum, Chicago; threewalls, Chicago; SPACES Gallery, Cleveland; Institute of Visual Art, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; Turpentine Gallery, Reykjavik; and Dieu DonnÃ© Papermill, New York.
She has published essays on Arturo Herrera, Jenny Holzer, William Cordova, Eugenia Alter Propp, Raissa Venables, Gordon Matta-Clark, Joel Sternfeld, Emily Jacir, Taryn Simon, Ranbir Kaleka and Christa Donner. Waxman teaches art history at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has a PhD from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, where her doctoral research considered urban walking as a revolutionary aesthetic practice of the 20th century.
She received a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant (2008) for her projectÂ 60 wrd/min art critic, which is traveling to venues around the United States through 2011.