Stephanie Bailey is Editor-at-Large at Ocula, for whom she reviews art fairs without talking about money, and is also Senior Editor of Ibraaz, a critical forum for visual cultures in North Africa and the Middle East. A compulsive art writer, she is also a contributing editor at ART PAPERS and LEAP, and contributes to Artforum, ArtAsiaPacific, and Yishu Journal of Contemporary Art.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, she is currently based in London, UK, though her heart is really somewhere in Athens, Greece, where she worked as Art and Culture Editor for Insider Publications while running the BTEC Foundation Diploma in Art and Design at Doukas School between 2006 and 2012. Stephanie was the assistant editor for You Are Here: Art After the Internet, edited by Omar Kholeif (Space/Cornerhouse, 2014), and also assisted in the editing of _Uncommon Grounds and_Archival Dissonance, both edited by Anthony Downey and published by I.B. Tauris and Ibraaz Publishing as part of a series on visual cultures in North Africa and the Middle East. Recent essays have appeared in _You Are Here: Art After the Internet _(ed. Omar Kholeif, Space/Cornerhouse, 2014); Hybridize or Disappear (ed. Joao Laia, Mousse Publishing, 2015); Happy Hypocrite #8: FRESH HELL (ed. Sophia Al-Maria, Book Works, 2015); Armenity, the catalogue for the Golden Lion-winning Armenian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale; and the catalogue of the 20th Sydney Biennale.