Saul Ostrow is an art critic, curator and self-described “opinionated bastard” originally from New York.In 2012 he founded Critical Practices Inc. a non-profit organization committed to facilitating critical discourse. His writings have been published in numerous art magazines, journals, catalogs, and books in the U.S. and Europe. He is the Art Editor at Large for BOMB Magazine and, was the editor of the book series Critical Voices in Art, Theory and Culture published by Routledge and the journal Lusitania. Ostrow has curated over 80 art exhibitions in the US and abroad since 1987. These include such exhibitions as Working Digitally: no Websites Please at The Center For Visual Arts and Culture, University of Connecticut and Modeling the Photographic: The Ends of Photography for the McDonough Museum of Art located in Youngstown, Ohio. As an art instructor Ostrow has taught at The School of Visual Arts, Pratt Institute, served as the Director of the Center of Visual Art and Culture at The University of Connecticut and as acting head of the MFA studio program at New York University. He was the chair of Visual Arts and Technologies at The Cleveland Institute of Art.