Johannes Nathan, Editor-in-Chief
Johannes Nathan studied art history at NYU (BA) and the Courtauld Institute of Art (MA, PhD). He taught at the University of Berne until 2001 when he became director of his family’s Galerie Nathan in Zurich, now Nathan Fine Art in Zurich and Potsdam. He has taught – particularly Renaissance art history and the history of the art market – at the universities of Berlin (TU), Cologne, Leipzig, Lisbon, New York (NYU) and Zurich. In 2012 he co-founded the Center for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin. He is a founding member and the Chair of the International Art Market Studies Association.
Sarah Goodrum, Editor
Sarah Goodrum has studied art history at Vanderbilt University and the University of Southern California, where she wrote her dissertation on the development of photographic culture in East Germany. Before joining the AMD project, she taught courses in the history and theory of art, design, and media as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences Europe and worked as a freelance writer, editor, researcher, and translator.
Emily Evans, Editor 2014-2018
Emily Evans studied Art History and German at Smith College, the University of Hamburg, and the University of Illinois, where she wrote her dissertation on the journal Soviet Photo. Before joining De Gruyter as Editor of the Art Market Dictionary, she worked at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne, as a curational trainee (wissenschaftliche Volontärin, 2009-11) and on the Manifesta 10 (St. Petersburg, 2014). Her academic interests are the history of photography, the avant-garde of the Weimar Republic and the USSR, and international contemporary art.
After nearly four years at the AMD, Emily Evans left the project for a position at the Berlin Museums. We congratulate her on her appointment and cordially thank her for all she has done for the AMD!