Lindsay Pollock, the editor in chief of Art in America, has announced that she will resign after the release of the magazine’s June/July issue. After serving six years in the position, she has “decided the moment is right to move on to other projects and possibilities.”
“It has been a great honor to work with such a talented and loyal group of editors, designers, production managers, and sales representatives at this distinguished magazine,” Pollock said in a statement. “I am also grateful for the hundreds of writers and artists who have collaborated with us over the years. Their generosity of spirit was genuinely inspiring, while the ongoing respect and support of our readers made my role rewarding each and every day.”
Prior to joining the magazine, Pollock worked as a reporter for Bloomberg News and the Art Newspaper. She earned her master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University in 2003 and her bachelor’s degree in art history from Barnard College.