Rob Goyanes is from Miami, Florida and lives in New York City. His writing has appeared in e-flux journal, Los Angeles Review of Books, BOMB, Miami Herald, and elsewhere. He’s contributed essays to several exhibition catalogues, including “Songs for Sabotage,” published by Phaidon for the 2018 Triennial at the New Museum. He’s a recipient of the 2017 Art Writing Workshop offered by Creative Capital/The Andy Warhol Foundation.
On his writing, the New Yorker art critic Peter Schjeldahl wrote, “That sounds right.”
Goyanes works as a freelance copy editor for Topic (First Look Media); NAME Publications; American Way (the American Airlines magazine); ArtCenter South Florida, and various artist projects, academic texts, and other forms of copy.
As a curator of music and performance, he’s worked with the Pérez Art Museum Miami, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, and has organized many shows in DIY spaces. In 2016, he was the talks manager for Building Legacy, a joint platform with the United Nations and Design Miami.
He’s available for freelance assignments, commissions, and conversation: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s his CV.