Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA.


I've been elected to the board of directors of the College Art Association for a four-year term, with intent to represent part-time faculty interests and to promote partnerships with non-profit curators and other academic-adjacent arts professionals. Read about my platform at Adjunct Commuter Weekly.

This month's Critics Page in The Brooklyn Rail, "Ours is a City of Writers," includes a short text of mine. The Critics Page was curated by Suzanne Hudson, Simon Leung, and James Nisbet.

My February #Hashtags column for Daily Serving looks at Utopia and social justice in the art of the 1960s-1980s in Hippie Modernism at the Walker Art Center and Martin Wong: Human Instamatic at the Bronx Museum.

My latest essay for X-TRA considers last winter's Nam June Paik exhibition at Asia Society. I explore the ways in which Paik anticipated contemporary social computing and posthuman philosophy while considering how he operated across and between Asian and Western conceptual frameworks.

Recent interviews include a round-table on Artsy, "Can Art Change the Future for Racial and Ethnic Identity?" with Ryan Wong and Jessica Lynne, moderated by Ellen Yoshi Tani, and an interview for Brainard Carey for Yale University Radio WYBCX in April about my curatorial and writing work. Listen to the full interview here.