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Katie Peyton Hofstadter

teaches here:

Parsons The New School
School of Art & Design History & Theory

and here:

Fashion Institute of Technology
School of Graduate Studies: Art Market Studies.

Her writing is represented by Sam Hiyate of the Rights Factory.

Her artwork is represented by Pocket Utopia.


“Morehshin Allahyari: She Who Sees the Unknown: The Left Witness and the Right Witness.” Interview. The Believer, June / July 2020.

“The Subject is the System: Portraits of a Regenerative Culture.” Catalog essay for Swoon: The Heart Lives Through the Hands. Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, 2020.

“The Gatekeepers.” Catalog Essay for Beyond Boundaries, Gallery Korea, New York, 2020.


The Sky Is Blue With Lies: An Interview with John Reed
The Believer

Digital Sunrise: God, Virtual Reality, and Death
Pank Magazine

Edge of Every World: Morehshin Allahyari’s The Laughing Snake
Best American Poetry, Guest Blogger

Meltwater Pulse and Other Possible Futures: The Extinction Art of Sofía Córdova
Best American Poetry, Guest Blogger

3 new short plays featured in 50 Ways… produced by Yana Landowne + Samir Bitar
Named “Best of Fringe” by DC Theater Scene
Fringe Festival, Washington, DC

“Sending Out the Signal: Swoon Interviewed by Katie Peyton”
Bomb Magazine



Her writing, reviews and and interviews have been published in literary journals including BombGargoyle and Short Fast & Deadly. Her artwork has been exhibited internationally and her projects have been reviewed in Parsons’s Insights Magazine, Hyperallergic, ArtFCity, Clocktower Radio’s Art on AirThe Athens Voice (Greece), Quiet Lunch, Short, Fast & Deadly, Artcritical, and LunaLuna.  Her New York solo exhibition was at Terrazzo Art Projects.


Her curatorial projects have been exhibited at Undercurrent Projects (NYC), Pocket Utopia, Fake Gallery Brooklyn, Vanderbilt Republic @ Gowanus Loft, the Mykonos Bienniale, Artsy, and Terror Gallery (Lima).

Undercurrent Projects also provides an incubation space in New York where dozens of guest curators have introduced new ideas and artists. Locations have varied from a Manhattan storefront to an underground storage bathroom.


Her writing is represented by Sam Hiyate of the Rights Factory.

Her artwork is represented by Pocket Utopia.