Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA.


Thoughts on sea level rise, climate change, migration, and the last Venice Biennale: Read my write-up of May You Live in Interesting Times, “Collapses: The Venice Biennale and the End of History” in Art Practical 11.1: All the World’s End

I wrote an essay for Chiraag Bhakta’s recent solo show at Human Resources, Why You So Negative? in October 2019, “Occupying Negative Space

I’m on a panel about equity and inclusion in museum spaces for the Los Angeles County Arts and Culture Department, “Beyond the Numbers: How do you know your audience?” on November 21, 2019 at the Ford Theaters.

My book, Decolonizing Culture, will be at the SFMOMA Small Press Book Bazaar on December 8, 2019 with Sming Sming Books.

Past news:

My essay for ARTnews, “Equity and Inclusion for All? Curator Anuradha Vikram Chronicles Her Path Through L.A.’s Diversifying Art Scene” is included in the Winter 2019 issue, Los Angeles Now, and online.

Paper Monument has included my contribution in an extraordinary publication on the future of cultural institutions, As radical, as mother, as salad, as shelter: What should art institutions do now? James MacAnally wrote a thoughtful book review for Art in America.

I will be in conversation with artist Jeannette Ehlers at the Los Angeles Art Book Fair on Friday April 12 at 12 pm with X-TRA, and again on Sunday April 14 at 1 pm with contributors to the Spring 2019 issue. Click for details.

My book, Decolonizing Culture, is available for purchase at Sming Sming Books.


“9AM” on KCHUNG Radio

I did an interview with Paul Pescador for his “9AM” show on KCHUNG Radio about the work of Jimmie Durham and controversy over the authenticity of the artist’s Native heritage. Live archive stream below.

KCHUNG Radio: “9AM” with Paul Pescador 11-25-18