Ana Finel Honigman

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Ana Finel Honigman is a LGPC counselor at Aquila Recovery in Washington DC and writer, specializing in art and fashion, with a Doctorate in the History of Art from Oxford University. She lives in Baltimore, where she completed her studies in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Johns Hopkins University, and Berlin.

Ana writes about contemporary art and fashion for magazines including: AnOther Magazine, Aperture, Art in America,, ArtNews, Art Journal, Artforum, Artsy ,Australian Vogue, British Vogue, Daily Beast, Dazed & Confused,, Frieze, The Guardian, House Seven, ID, Interview, Italian Vogue, Modern Painters, New Inquiry, The New York Times, Paper, Porter, Saatchi Online, Sleek,, TANK, Text zur Kunst, Time Out London, Time Out New York, V, Vogue Japan, Wall Street Journal, WGSN and Whitewall.

Ana taught courses at NYU's Steinhardt school of Culture, Education, and Human Development in Berlin and Sarah Lawrence College's semester abroad program at Oxford University, Wadham College. She published in peer-reviewed scholarly journals including Art JournalThird Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture and Valerie Steele's Fashion Theory: The Journal of Dress, Body and Culture

Cult Artists: 50 Cutting-Edge Creatives You Need to Know (White Lion Publishing) is Ana's survey of the 20th and 21st centuries' most progressive and transgressive artists. What Alexander McQueen Can Teach You About Fashion, Ana's forthcoming critical survey of McQueen's creative history, will be published in September 2021.