Credit: Sloane Dakota Tucker

Credit: Sloane Dakota Tucker

Andy Johnson is a DC-based art historian, curator, and arts writer. He is Director of Gallery 102 at the Corcoran School of the Arts & Design; contributing editor at DIRT; serves on the curatorial and sales team for Art on the Vine, hosted by the Agora Culture.

His academic and curatorial practice centers on queer/queer of color critique, feminist/black feminist theories, critical race theory, cultural studies, sexuality studies, photography, video, installation, performance art, and visual culture. He has curated exhibitions with Gallery 102, DC Arts Center, and Dupont Underground. He has presented research and spoken on panels at universities, galleries, and museums including Rutgers University, UC Santa Barbara, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, GW Museum, DuPont Underground, and others.

He has published articles, exhibition reviews, and catalogue essays with DIRT, The Chart, Common Field’s Field Perspectives, The RibPelican Bomb, and more. He holds a M.A. in Art History from The George Washington University.

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