Nadine Wasserman is a freelance art critic and an independent curator. Her reviews appear regularly in the weekly alternative newspaper Pittsburgh City Paper for which she received a 2012 Golden Quill Award from The Press Club of Western Pennsylvania for the category of Arts & Entertainment; Article, Series, or Criticism in a Non-Daily Newspaper. Previously, she wrote regular reviews and features for Metroland, the alternative newsweekly for the Capital Region of New York, and contributed several reviews to the daily newspaper the Albany Times Union. In addition, she has written articles, essays, and reviews that have appeared in Public Art Review, Sculpture Magazine, and New Art Examiner, as well as in online journals, books, exhibition catalogues, and encyclopedias. As a curator she has organized numerous exhibitions and has worked with both emerging and established contemporary artists. She previously held positions as curator of exhibitions at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz, Curator of the Wriston Art Center Galleries at Lawrence University, and Curatorial Assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.