Julian Myers-Szupinska (Ph.D. 2006) is Associate Professor of Curatorial Practice at California College of the Arts. He celebrated the tenth anniversary of that program, which he helped to found in 2003. His essays have appeared in magazines, journals and catalogues for Keith Haring: The Political Line, When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes, and in Sterling Ruby: Soft Work. An essay considering transformations in the political economy of space in the wake of Henri Lefebvre’s The Production of Space, will appear in the forthcoming Critical Landscapes on UC Press. He presented “Lynda Benglis in Process” at CAA in Chicago this year, on an excellent panel chaired by fellow Berkeley-ites Sarah Evans and Elizabeth Ferrell. He was recently appointed Senior Editor of the Exhibitionist, a journal of exhibition making founded in 2010 by Jens Hoffmann and Tara McDowell. In Summer 2014 he was digging into the Harald Szeemann archive at the Getty Research Institute, and spent time with his partner Joanna, who is curator at the California Museum of Photography at UC Riverside, and with whom he collaborates under the title grupa o.k.