Audra Lambert

Art Critic, Curator, Cultural Producer

Audra Lambert (b. 1987, New Orleans) is an independent curator and art critic based in New York, NY. Founder of Antecedent Projects (2014), a sustainable urban curatorial consultancy investigating site-specific heritage and cultural regeneration, she has curated exhibits with CoLab-Factory (2016), White Roof Project (2015), Flux Art Fair (2016) and (most recently) with the New York City Parks Dept's Arsenal Gallery (2017). Lambert is co-founder of social justice nonprofit alt_break art fair, and has worked with NY-based art nonprofits More Art and Material for the Arts, NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs. She has coordinated art installations and performances with artists such as Dread Scott, Autumn Ahn, and Sari Carel. She is Editor-in-Chief of ANTE. media outlet, covering contemporary fine art, design, & culture, and her writing has appeared in D/Railed Mag, Americans for the Arts, Artefuse and Quiet Lunch. She holds a BA, Art History & Asian Studies from Saint Peter's University and is currently completing her MA thesis at the City College of NY (CUNY).