© 2001—2019 ASSOCIATION OF ART EDITORS
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Former reviewer, New Art Examiner
Freelance: Copyediting, substantive editing, English as a Second Language editing, conceptual art, proofreading, and writing; archaeology, contemporary American art, historic preservation, photography, religious art (medieval through 18th century), and urban design; art criticism and reviews, artists’ statements, auction catalogues, book proposals, dissertations, exhibition catalogues, exhibition press releases, grant proposals, and journals/periodicals; working knowledge of Spanish.
6 Farmington Avenue
Longmeadow, MA 01106
Phone: (413) 205-7072 (cell)
Freelance: Copyediting, developmental editing, substantive editing, proofreading, and research/fact-checking; archaeology, general art history (esp. ancient, American, and European), fashion history, and womens’ studies; brochures, catalogues, exhibition materials, newsletters, and press releases; proficient in ancient Greek, French, German, and Latin.
White Glove Editing
25A Hillview Avenue
Tower B3, nos. 06–09
Phone: (+65) 9670-7005
Freelance: Copyediting, substantive editing, translation editing (from Chinese, French, and German), proofreading, and rewriting (esp. working with English as a Second Language authors); general art history (esp. 19th- and 20th-century European and contemporary Asian art); exhibition catalogues and materials, museum and scholarly publications, and Websites.
3912 Natchez Avenue South
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Phones: (952) 922-1374 (home office); 920-6104 (home) (both landlines)
Freelance: Editing, copyediting, proofreading, and fact-checking; general art history (esp. 19th- and 20th-century American and European), archaeology, architecture, film, photography, graphic and industrial design history, art education, and European and U.S. history; exhibition and collection catalogues, brochures, exhibition materials, trade books, and Websites.
Freelance: Copyediting, line editing, substantive editing, translation editing, indexing, proofreading, research/fact-checking, and rewriting; general art history (esp. 19th- and 20th-century painting, prints/drawings, sculpture, and Russian art); museum and scholarly publications and exhibition materials.
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
151 Third Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phones: (415) 357-2863 (work); (415) 336-3938 (cell/freelance)
Freelance: Developmental editing, copyediting, translation editing, project management, proofreading, and fact-checking; American art (esp. 19th and 20th century), contemporary and modern art, material culture, and photography; exhibition catalogues and didactics and online publications.
Independent Art Historian and Editor
147 North Euclid Avenue, No. 304
Oak Park, IL 60302
Phone: (708) 404-2789 (cell)
Freelance: Editing, translation editing (from French), proofreading, rewriting, and writing; general art history, including American (esp. 18th–mid-20th century) and British art (18th and 19th centuries) and pre-World War II Chicago arts, architecture, and design; collection catalogues, dissertations, exhibition labels, and newsletters.
P.O. Box 286235
New York, NY 10128
Freelance: Copyediting, substantive editing, proofreading, and rewriting; general art, art history, and humanities; American and European fine and decorative arts, 20th-century art and design, antiques, antiquities, architecture, conservation and preservation, fashion history, folk art, jewelry, Old Master prints/drawings, photography, and material culture; exhibition and collection catalogues, exhibition didactic and collateral materials, periodicals, scholarly papers and publications, and trade books.
Brian D. Hotchkiss
Freelance: Copyediting, developmental and substantive editing, line editing, fact-checking, indexing, picture research and reproduction permissions, and project management (through production); general art history (esp. European [medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, 19th and early 20th century] and American [1750 and later]), photography, Chinese art and architecture, and decorative arts; catalogues (exhibition and collection) for museums, trade publishers, and university presses.