Awarded a Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant for her criticism, Jennifer Kabat contributes frequently to Frieze and her essays have appeared in Granta, BOMB, Harper’s, Virginia Quarterly Review and The White Review. She teaches at NYU and the New School, and her writing has been included in exhibitions at Arnfolfini (Bristol UK), Index (Stockholm Sweden) and The Poor Farm (Little Wolf, WI), where her ongoing collaboration with the artist Kate Newby was featured. As well as being a guest critic at Yale and giving talks on her own work, she's also given lectures on Isa Genzken in Vienna, chaired discussions on AIDs and activism in London at Frieze and given a talk with her best friend from junior high, the artist Liz Collins, at the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs. Recently she curated the show Beaver Fever featuring the work of Angela Dufresne, Pia Dehne and Elizabeth Bonaventura at the collective space Bushel in Delhi, NY. Jennifer is working on a book of linked essays, GROWING UP MODERN, exploring civic values from the modernist suburb where she grew up to where she lives now in the Catskill Mountains.