Sasha Archibald

Sasha Archibald writes about twentieth-century art and culture. Her work has appeared in many publications, including The New Yorker, Places Journal, The Point, and The Public Domain Review, as well as exhibition catalogues and essay collections. She has taught critical studies and art criticism at Pacific Northwest College of Art – Willamette University and Portland State University, and was an editor for many years at Cabinet magazine. After graduating from Lewis and Clark College and New York University, she completed the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program as a Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow.