Andrea Carson writes on contemporary art, architecture and design.
She returned to Toronto in 2003 after having spent six years in London where she managed several art galleries and received her Masters degree in Art Criticism from City University (UK).
A current particular focus is the promotion of Canadian art internationally.
Carson has curated a number of projects, including Revealed: New Canadian Video, a screening at Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London in 2003.
Her broad range of interests include video and conceptual installation artwork, product and interior design, architecture and cultural administration.
Her writing appears in exhibition catalogues and on Artnet.com, in ARTnews, Art Papers, Contemporary, Border Crossings, C magazine, Canadian Art, Toro, Videopool and Azure among other publications.
She is a board member of Mercer Union Centre for Contemporary Visual Arts, Toronto.
She is a consultant and runs the View on Canadian Art weblog.