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ART MEDIA holdings is the premier art media company, known for its rich portfolio of iconic art and design titles including Art in America, ARTnews Magazine, The Magazine ANTIQUES and MODERN. Together, the four titles position ART MEDIA holdings as the expert in arts, design and architecture.

Current, provocative and comprehensive, Art in America is published 11 times per year including a June/July double issue. Since 1913, Art in America has delivered in-depth coverage of the global contemporary art scene, identifying trends and producing a record of key developments. Each issue contains profiles of respected and rising talents, critical essays, artist projects, and reviews of international exhibitions by today’s leading critics, artists, curators, and historians.

Founded in 1902, ARTnews Magazine is published four times a year with each issue covering a unique and specialized theme. It’s website, serves as the digital hub for timely, up-to-the-minute reporting that delivers the same high quality editorial content and reporting as can be found in the quarterly print magazines.

Since its inception in 1922, The Magazine ANTIQUES has been America’s premier publication on the fine and decorative arts, architecture, preservation, and interior design. Each bimonthly issue includes regular columns on current exhibitions, personalities in the field, notes on collecting, book reviews, and more.

Launched in 2009, Modern Magazine is the newest title in the ART MEDIA holdings portfolio and examines 20th and 21st century design, architecture and interiors, furniture, craft, and art. Modern’s columns and features are at once intelligent and accessible, making it invaluable to curators and collectors as well as to newcomers in this burgeoning field of interest.


Peter M. Brant


Victoria Duffy Hopper


Victoria Duffy Hopper is the President and Director of Operations for Art Media Holdings overseeing the development of strategic initiatives, partnerships, and investments as well as oversight of operations across Art in America, ARTnews, The Magazine Antiques, Modern and their respective digital properties. As an active member of the art community for more than 20 years, she’s been deeply involved in the development of gallery and museum exhibitions around the world, and is an avid contemporary art collector.   Her career began in the film business and she later transitioned to more than a decade in political communications for successful presidential, senatorial, and gubernatorial candidates including Barack Obama’s Presidential campaign.  Most recently, before her move to publishing, she worked on stability strategies for fragile states for the U.S. Department of Defense. Victoria has served on several nonprofit boards including the Center for American Progress (West Coast), the NRDC’s leadership council, American Family Voices, and helped found the social change film forum at  Harvard’s Kennedy Center for Public Leadership.

Vincent Fremont


Vincent Fremont met Andy Warhol the summer of 1969 and worked with him in various capacities until Andy Warhol’s untimely death in February 1987. Fremont became the Vice-President of Andy Warhol Enterprises, Inc and Executive Studio Manager. In the 1970s and 1980s Fremont produced and developed video, cable television, and film projects including Vivian’s Girls, Phoney, Fashion, Andy Warhol’s TV, and Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes. After Andy Warhol’s death Fremont became one of three Founding Directors of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. and participated with others in establishing the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA. From 1991 and until 2012 Vincent Fremont was the Foundation’s exclusive sales agent for Andy Warhol’s paintings, drawings and sculptures and was involved in organizing many exhibitions of Warhol’s artwork with galleries and museums both in the U.S. and Europe. Vincent and his wife Shelly Dunn Fremont co-directed and co-produced an award-wining documentary entitled, Pie in the Sky: The Brigid Berlin Story, which chronicles the life of Warhol Superstar Brigid Berlin.

William S. Smith


William S. Smith is an editor and art historian who joined the Art in America editorial team in 2013. Since then, he has contributed numerous articles to the magazine, on topics ranging from abstract painting to digital technology in museums. William is a founding editor of the online magazine Triple Canopy, where he has published essays, curated digital artwork, and organized public programs in partnership with the Museum of Modern Art, the New Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and other institutions. In addition to holding curatorial positions at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery, Art in General, and the Fabric Workshop and Museum, William has lectured frequently at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and taught art history courses at New York University, Colorado College, and Pratt Institute. He holds degrees in art history from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts and Brown University.

Sarah Douglas


Sarah Douglas has been an art journalist and editor since 1999. From April 2011 to July 2014, she was Culture Editor at The New York Observer, where she managed writers, worked with numerous freelance critics and reporters, and wrote feature stories. In fall 2011, she launched, the visual art site of The Observer, which she then oversaw. She also contributed to The Art Newspaper’s daily art fair editions at Frieze, Art Basel, and Art Basel Miami Beach. Prior to The Observer, she was staff writer at Art+Auction magazine, Modern Painters magazine and those publications’ affiliated website,, which she helped to launch in spring 2005. For four years she ran the U.S. editorial office of the London-based The Art Newspaper, and has contributed to T: The New York Times Style Magazine, New York magazine online, The Economist’s quarterly Intelligent Life and The National, among others. In 2013 Sarah was the recipient of ArtTable’s New Leadership award.

Gregory Cerio


A career magazine journalist, Greg has a deep and abiding interest in the fine and decorative arts, design, and architecture. He was the founding editor of Modern magazine in 2009; he was a senior features editor for House & Garden magazine from 1998 to 2007. Cerio has a degree in English literature from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and grew up in the city of Annapolis. He has lived in Dublin, Ireland, and Barcelona, Spain.

Beth Dunlop


Beth Dunlop is an award-winning editor, writer, and architecture critic. She is the author of twelve books including Miami: Mediterranean Splendor and Deco Dreams; Aqua: Miami Modern by the Sea; Arquitectonica; Building a Dream: The Art of Disney Architecture; A House for My Mother: Architects Build for Their Families, and recently, with Joanna Lombard, Great Houses of Florida. She was editor-in-chief of an expanding group of regional design/shelter magazine titles, of which HOME Miami was the flagship, and created the online-only HOME Los Angeles. She is also the Miami Herald’s longtime contributing architecture critic and has written extensively for such design and architecture magazines as House & Garden, Metropolitan Home, Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, and many more. She served as guest editor for the Wolfsonian’s Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Volume 23, and has edited a number of university and academic publications. She has served on numerous awards juries, including the American Society of Landscape Architects and the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and has been a lecturer at design centers, universities, libraries, and museums.