Mark Rappolt founded ArtReview Asia in 2013, sister publication of ArtReview, a magazine that has been in print since 1949. He studied history of art at the Courtauld Institute in London and is a former editor of AA Files, the journal of the Architectural Association, where he has also taught in the Histories and Theories department. Books on architecture include Gehry Draws (2004) and Greg Lynn Form (2008). His writing on art has appeared in a number of publications, ranging from The Times to i-D, and includes catalogue essays on Bharti Kher, Slater Bradley, Alex Katz, David Cronenberg, and women artists of the 1960s, amongst others. He has delivered talks and lectures everywhere from the London School of Economics to Art Basel Miami Beach, and organises an annual series of talks on art for CHART in Copenhagen. He was formerly a member of the Jarman Award Jury and this year he was a judge for the Prudential Eye Awards in Singapore and the Leopold Bloom Art Award in Hungary.