Jeppe Ugelvig is a curator and cultural critic based in New York and London. His research focuses on histories and theories of cultural production, and attempts to bridge the disciplines of art history, fashion theory and cultural studies. Jeppe completed his undergraduate degree Communication, Curation, Criticism at Central Saint Martins in 2016 and his MA degree at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, in 2018. In 2018, he was resident at the Sandretto Foundation Young Curators Residency Programme in Turin, Italy. Jeppe’s writing appears frequently in publications such as Frieze, parallax, ArtReview, Afterall, Flash Art International, Spike, and Kunstkritik, amongst many others, and he has written exhibition catalogues for artists and projects including Dozie Kanu, A Kassen, BODY HOLES, Soft Baroque, and Ian Giles. He functions as the founding editor of Viscose Journal and contributing editor of Wallet. Jeppe has staged exhibitions in Copenhagen, Ramallah, London, Berlin, and New York. Recent exhibitions include Capriccio 2000 at Fondazione Sandretto, Turin; Marie Lea Lund: Clothes for Healing at Sandy Brown Gallery in Berlin; Fashion Work, Fashion Workers, Hessel Museum; Institute for Success at the National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen. His book, Fashion Work, Fashion Workers, on the history of art and fashion hybridity, is forthcoming with Damiani in 2020.