Julia Halperin of artnet News and Helen Stoilas of The Art Newspaper discuss the value of data in cultural journalism, differences between print and web journalism, and the state of art media more broadly.
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Helen Stoilas is the Editor, Americas of The Art Newspaper, where she has worked since 2003. She trained in the paper’s main offices in London from 2004-08 and is now based in New York, where she manages an all-star editorial team of staff and freelance writers across the US and helps to oversee the day-to-day reporting on The Art Newspaper website. She also regularly reports on political and social issues that affect artists and institutions for the paper.
Julia Halperin is executive editor of artnet News, where she oversees editorial operations for the world’s most widely read art news site and manages a staff of editors and writers in London, Berlin, and New York. Previously, she served as museums editor of The Art Newspaper, where she oversaw international coverage of museums and other major art institutions, and as news editor of Art + Auction magazine. Her writing has appeared in WIRED magazine, the New York Observer, and New York magazine. Halperin holds a BA in art history and English literature from Columbia University.