Members Directory


Membership in the AAE is open to art editors and others involved in art-related publications. For a membership form and other information about joining, e-mail Phil Freshman at philfreshman@gmail.com.

Where AAE members work

Job opportunities for our members

Membership dues are $25 per year.

Send completed membership forms and checks payable to the Association of Art Editors to:

Phil Freshman
3912 Natchez Avenue South
St. Louis Park, MN 55416

To jump to a member’s surname initial, click on a letter-group:


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  Hyunjee Nicole Kim  

New York, NY 10025
E-mail: hnk216@nyu.edu

Freelance: Copyediting, substantive editing, proofreading, project management and coordination, research/fact-checking, translation editing (from Japanese and Korean), rewriting, and writing; general art history (esp. Renaissance to modern Western art and global modern and contemporary art), criticism/theory, and film studies; catalogues (exhibition and general museum), exhibition materials (brochures; object and wall labels; text panels), interviews, marketing materials, monographs, periodicals, and Websites.

  Richard Koss  

545 West 111th Street, Apt. 6D
New York, NY 10025
E-mail: richard.koss@yahoo.com

Freelance: Copyediting, developmental and line editing, translation editing (from French, German, and Spanish), proofreading, and research; general art history (esp. American, European, and Latin American), architecture, and photography; dissertations and theses, exhibition catalogues and other museum publications, and scholarly journals and reviews.

  Deanna Lee  

Brooklyn, NY
E-mail: deannalee.editor@gmail.com

Freelance: Developmental, substantive, and line editing, copyediting, English as a Second Language editing, translation editing, image editing, proofreading, project management, reproduction permissions, and rewriting; general art history, contemporary art and modernism, traditional and contemporary Asian art (including East Asian, Indian/South Asian, and Southeast Asian), criticism/theory, music, painting, photography, prints and drawings, sculpture, museum history, and popular culture; catalogues (exhibition and general museum), brochures, exhibition materials (object and wall labels; text panels), artists’ books and statements, dissertations and theses, interviews, journals and periodicals, online publications, trade books, and Websites. Working knowledge of Chinese, Italian, and Spanish.

  Valerie Ann Leeds, PhD  

728 Sergeantsville Road
Stockton, NJ 08559
Phone: (908) 797-9826 (cell)
E-mail: valeeds22@hotmail.com

Freelance: Substantive editing, copyediting, proofreading, writing (scholarly texts, exhibition didactics, reviews, and feature articles), project management, and research; American art, architecture, 19th-century European art, and photography.

  Karen A. Levine  

Editor in Chief
Getty Publications
1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 500
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone: (310) 440-6525 (landline)
E-mail: klevine@getty.edu
Website: www.getty.edu/publications

Freelance: No
Expertise: Copyediting, developmental editing, proofreading, project management/coordination (including copublishing and contracts); general art and art history; digital publications, exhibition and collection catalogues, monographs, and trade books.

  Joan Levinson  

1529 Marine Parkway
Brooklyn, NY 11234
Phone: (646) 265-8217 (cell)
E-mail: joanlevinson@gmail.com

Freelance: Developmental, substantive, and line editing, copyediting, proofreading, rewriting, and writing; general art history (esp. modern and contemporary art, criticism/theory, and artists’ books and statements), American art, architecture, crafts, design history, European graphic design, painting, and sculpture; art education, exhibition catalogues, film scripts, journals and periodicals, research papers, textbooks, trade books, and Websites.

  Ann Lucke  

14016 Bora Bora Way, Apt. 332
Los Angeles, CA 90292
Phone: (310) 827-9862 (cell)
E-mail: alucke076@gmail.com

Freelance: Copyediting, developmental editing, proofreading, and project management and coordination; general art history (esp. American, ancient, Asian, Baroque, European, Indian, medieval, and Renaissance), archaeology, and painting; catalogues (exhibition and collection) and exhibition materials (object and wall labels; text panels); knowledge of French, German, and Italian.


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