Dodie Kazanjian

VOGUE, Contributing Editor

1989-present Vogue, Contributing Editor
2005-present Gallery Met, Director
The Metropolitan Opera
1995-present The New Yorker, Contributor
1983-1988 National Endowment for the Arts, Director of Communications,
and Editor-in-Chief of ArtsReview
1983-1991 House & Garden, Washington Editor
1981-1983 The White House, Deputy Press
Secretary to the First Lady
1978-1980 The Washington Star, Feature Writer
1977-1978 The Washington Post, Feature Writer
1974 Vogue, Editorial Assistant

Books Published: Who Supports the Artist, National Endowment for the Arts (1987); Opera Today, National Endowment for the Arts (1988); Alex: The Life of Alexander Liberman, Knopf, (1993, with co-author Calvin Tomkins); Icons, St. Martin’s Press (1995); Dodie Goes Shopping (St. Martin’s Press (1999).

Education: University of Virginia, Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration
Salve Regina College, BA 1974

Born Newport, Rhode Island. Lives in New York City with her husband, Calvin Tomkins.

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