Marvin Heiferman, an independent curator and writer, originates and produces projects about the impact of photographic images on art and visual culture. He has organized exhibitions and developed print and online content for clients including the Museum of Modern Art, The Smithsonian Photography Initiative, The International Center of Photography, The Whitney Museum and the New Museum. A contributing editor to Art in America, Heiferman has written for museum publications, catalogs, monographs, and magazines including Artforum, Bookforum, Mousse, ArtNews, Aperture, and BOMB. He is a core faculty member in the International Center of Photography/Bard College MFA Program in Advanced Photographic Studies, and teaches in the School of Visual Art’s MFA Program in Photography, Video and Related Media. Author and/or editor of over two dozen books on photography and visual culture, Heiferman’s most recent book, Photography Changes Everything, was published in 2012. New entries to his Twitter-based project, WHY WE LOOK (@whywelook) are posted daily.