Stephanie Buhmann was born in Hamburg, Germany in 1977 and has been based in New York City
since 1998. She received a B.F.A. and Master in the History of Art, Architecture and Design
from Pratt Institute, NY, with Honors (2002). She is a member of the
Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art, the Deutscher Fachjournalisten-Verband,
and the College Art Association.

A contributing editor at Artcritical, her essays and art reviews have been published by a
variety of international galleries, newspapers, and art magazines. The latter include Kunst Bulletin,
Sculpture Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, ARTPulse, Art on Paper, Art Papers, Art Collector and
Art Lies, among others. She has a regular art column in Chelsea Now.

Several of Buhmann's texts have been translated into German and Italian. In addition, she has
translated several museum catalogue essays, including for the Guggenheim Museum in Venice (2014)
and Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern (2013). She has received a Kress Foundation Fellowship (2002)
and an Archive- and Library Stipend from the Arp Foundation (2015).
In 2016, she was a Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation Critic-in-Residence at the
Beaverbrook Art Gallery in New Brunswick, Canada.

Her first two books, "New York Studio Conversations; Seventeen Women Talk About Art" and
"Berlin Studio Conversations - Twenty Women Talk About Art"
were published by The Green Box, Berlin (2016, 2017).



© Stephanie Buhmann, Brooklyn, NY, 2017
Photograph: Marcin Muchalski and Sabrina Vertzman, New York