Elena Goukassian is an arts & history Writer based in Brooklyn.

Elena writes about art, theater, books, music, film, architecture, and dance. She's also a huge fan of digging through archives and uncovering unusual histories.

Elena’s pieces have appeared in Artsy, The Nation, Lapham’s Quarterly, Hyperallergic, and The Washington Post, among other publications.

On weekdays, you can find her copyediting photography books at Aperture.

 

 

From the gold rush to e-waste, Lisa Barnard’s new photobook offers a visual biography of a precious commodity (Aperture)

From the gold rush to e-waste, Lisa Barnard’s new photobook offers a visual biography of a precious commodity (Aperture)

How Artists Are Weathering the Student Debt Crisis (Artsy)

How Artists Are Weathering the Student Debt Crisis (Artsy)

What Happens When People Start Selling Posters an Artist Gave Away for Free (Artsy)

What Happens When People Start Selling Posters an Artist Gave Away for Free (Artsy)