Jonathan Griffin is a freelance writer, critic, editor and curator. Born and raised in London, he now lives in Los Angeles. He is a Contributing Editor of Frieze magazine, and has also written for publications including Art Review, Apollo, Kaleidoscope, The Financial Times, Wallpaper, Texte Zur Kunst, Flash Art, Mousse, Tank, Manifesta Journal, Picpus, Tate Etc., The Art Newspaper, Wonderland and The World of Interiors. Between 2005 and 2009 he was Assistant Editor for Frieze magazine. He has written essays for monographs on artists including Ross Chisholm, Eric Bainbridge, Annika Ström, Clare Price and Jordan Baseman. He co-wrote and edited the book ‘Grizedale Arts: Adding Complexity to Confusion’ (2009), contributed to ‘Vitamin P2‘ (2011), published by Phaidon, and curated a special project by Phillip Lai for ‘No Soul For Sale’ (2010) at Tate Modern in collaboration with Mousse.