Gregor Quack studies modern and contemporary art from Europe. He’s currently preparing a dissertation proposal about Franz Erhard Walther’s fabric objects. He holds a BA in art history from Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and two MAs, one from Columbia and one from Stanford University. Before grad school, Gregor worked as an art critic for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung and as an occasional curator in Berlin and New York. Most recently, he curated “The Eye and the Sky,” an exhibition of aerial photography, at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center. His writing and criticism have been printed in publications like Artforum, Art Papers, and October.