Listed beneath are all the curators that have contributed to Cureditor, both staff and guests. Click on their image to see their recommendations.
Christo Hall is the founder and curator-in-chief of Cureditor. Previously, he was an editor at literary magazine, Litro, the co-founder and editor of The New Wolf, and freelance editor for various journals, magazines and newspapers. He often curates on cities and urbanism.
Robert Barry is a freelance writer and composer. He is also the visual arts editor at The Quietus, a publication that’s grown well beyond its original music remit into a leading cross-cultural review site.
Matthew Bennett was the Music Editor at Clash Magazine for a decade and ran numerous monthly sections including new bands, underground electronic and club cultures, longform features, and album reviews. In addition to freelancing for titles such as Resident Advisor, DJ Mag, RBMA and The Big Issue, Matthew now works as Head of Music at Secret Cinema. He was Cureditor’s staff music curator.
The Cinematologists are Neil Fox, course co-ordinator in Film at Falmouth University and Dario Llinares, principal lecturer in Contemporary Screen Media at University of Brighton. They also make podcasts “interrogating and celebrating film culture”.
Lucy Garnett + Lydia Nurnberg
Lydia Garnett and Lucy Nurnberg are editors of Accent, a biannual print magazine dedicated to celebrating lives lived outside the ordinary from around the world. It is a collection of true stories about inspirational, extraordinary people who dare to live life on their own terms. Read our interview with Lydia + Lucy.
Owen Hatherley is a writer and journalist who writes on architecture and politics. You’ll find his work regularly in The Guardian, Architectural Review, Dezeen and many other publications. If we recommended books we’d recommend his latest, Landscapes of Communism: A History through Buildings.
Sophie Mayer is a poet and film activist. She is the author of Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema and The Cinema of Sally Potter: A Politics of Love, a regular contributor to Sight & Sound, The F-Word and Literal, co-host of the film podcast Hell is for Hyphenates, and she works with queer feminist curators Club des Femmes and industry campaigners Raising Films.
Matt writes the weekly(ish) Imperica newsletter, the longest (if not best) digest of the week’s web covering digital art, culture and general weirdness. In his spare time, Matt does consulting and journalism and existential dread.
Ben Nicholson is the editor of award-winning film blog CineVue, whilst penning further ramblings for publications such as BFI, Dazed, Vérité and The Skinny. A sucker for happy endings, his favourite films include The Third Man, In the Mood For Love and The Red Shoes. Ben was Cureditor’s staff film curator.
Johannes Reponen is a fashion writer, scholar and consultant. As well as editing and publishing ADDRESS – journal for fashion criticism, he writes about fashion for a variety of international fashion publications such as SSAW. He is the course leader for a brand new integrated 4-year MA Fashion Media Practice and Criticism at the London College of Fashion. Johannes was Cureditor’s staff fashion curator.
Robert Urquhart is an editor-at-large for Elephant Magazine, strategic consultant and a lecturer at UAL London College of Communication. As a freelance journalist and futurist for many of the world’s leading design press, Robert also works as a copywriter and, latterly, as a strategic consultant working with product designers and architects. Robert won a D&AD pencil for editorial in 2012.