Los Angeles-based writer and curator Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer reflects on her experience jurying this year's Associated Artists of Pittsburgh exhibition.
Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer is an art writer, curator, and educator in Los Angeles. Since 2011, Lehrer-Graiwer has co-run The Finley Gallery, a non-commercial art space in Los Angeles presenting exhibitions by artists including Jedediah Caesar, Brian Calvin, Kate Costello, Brendan Fowler, Piero Golia, Anthony Lepore, Allison Miller, Laura Owens, Jonathan Richman, Asha Schechter, and Lisa Williamson. Last year, she curated the exhibition Can’t Reach Me There at Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis, with an accompanying book, and co-curated About Face with Kristina Kite at Kayne Griffin Corcoran in LA. She is the editor of Pep Talk, begun in 2009 with an upcoming issue collecting the writings of Rhonda Lieberman, and the author of Lee Lozano: Dropout Piece (Afterall Books: One Work, 2014).