Lillian Davies is a writer, editor and curator based in Paris. Her articles and reviews regularly appear in Artforum magazine, as well as other international publications including Objektiv and Flash Art. Author of Suspect Language: Mounir Fatmi (Skira), she is also co-editor and contributing author of Collecting Contemporary Art (JRP Ringier) and contributor to books on modern and contemporary art published by Phaidon. Previously editor-in-chief of UOVO magazine, she has also held the position of Editorial Assistant at Tate Publishing, working on exhibition catalogues and titles such as Oiticica in London and Claude Cahun: Disavowals. Former member of the faculty at Parsons Paris and Paris College of Art, she has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Recently, she presented her research at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes des Sciences Sociales, Paris and the Akademie der Kunste de Welt, Cologne. She has placed curatorial projects at Brachfeld Gallery, Paris and Gasworks, London, and has also worked as a researcher and exhibitions assistant at Artangel, Gagosian Gallery, Guggenheim Museum and Tate Modern. Lillian has a BA in Art History and Comparative Religions from Columbia University, an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art, and recently conducted doctoral research at the Ecole du Louvre.