Anuradha Vikram is a contemporary art critic, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA.


I'm guest-curating a summer group show, "Uncommon Terrain," for Shulamit Nazarian gallery in Venice. The exhibition features Amir H. Fallah, Sherin Guirguis, Galia Linn, Elham Rokni, and Sanaz Mazinani. The exhibition opens to the public on Wednesday, July 29, from 7-9 pm, with an artist panel featuring Fallah, Guirguis, and Linn with myself as moderator on Thursday, August 13 from 7-9 pm, and a closing date of August 28.

My latest article for KCET Artbound considers the legacies of LA-based African-American artists Noah Purifoy and Mark Bradford in the context of both artists' current exhibitions at LA-area museums.

My most recent #Hashtags column for Daily Serving is a review of the Belgian and Australian Pavilions at the 2015 Venice Biennale, addressing how both exhibitions raise historical and contemporary political questions around colonial legacies.

The current Artist Lab Resident at 18th Street Arts Center is Candice Lin. Her exhibition, which considers how socio-political interests engage with power, circulating within language and form in the specific contexts of gendered relationships to technology, nature, food, and domesticity, is on view through September 18, 2015. A reception will be held on Saturday, August 29, from 6-8 PM.

I was interviewed by Brainard Carey for Yale University Radio WYBCX in April about my curatorial and writing work. Listen to the full interview here.