Alison M. Gingeras is a curator and writer based in New York and Warsaw. Her curatorial history spans the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, to East Village storefront curatorial space, Oko. Notable museum exhibitions include: “Dear Painter, Paint Me: Painting the Figure Since Late Picabia,” (2003), “Daniel Buren Le Musee qui n’existait pas” (2002) (Both for Centre Pompidou), and, “Pop Life,” (2010; Tate Modern). Her most recent exhibitions include “ Oscar Wilde Temple” by McDermott & McGough, a public artwork at the Church of the Village on West 13th Street in New York's West Village; "McDermott & McGough: I've Seen the Future and I'm Not Going - A Radical Retrospective" at Dallas Contemporary and "Sex Work: Feminist Art & Radical Politics" at Frieze London. Her critical writing regularly appears in such periodicals as Artforum, Tate Etc., Spike, and Mousse. Since 1996, she has authored scores of essays for artist monographs, critical theory compendiums, and exhibition catalogues.