Vere van Gool is a curator and writer based in Paris. She currently works as Art Editor-at-Large of Curated For, a bi-annual journal for art, fashion and philosophy by A Magazine Curated By, and managing editor of Loeb’s Oral History Project for Harvard University’s Graduate School of the Design.

From 2015 and 2020, Vere was Associate Director and curator at the New Museum’s IdeasCity program in New York. Previously she has worked as course lecturer at Harvard University’s Art and Public Domain Mdes, curator at Het Nieuwe Instituut New York and as researcher at Forensic Architecture. She is an Honours graduate from the Architectural Association in London.

Vere has curated programs at Anthology Film Archives, the Architectural Association, BMW Shanghai, NTU CCA Singapore, Emily Harvey Foundation, Het Nieuwe Instituut, New Museum, NEON Athens and the LUMA Foundation. Her writing has been featured in A Magazine Curated By, BOMB Magazine, e-flux, REAL Review, Terremoto Magazine, Pin-Up Magazine, Vogue NL and Volume Magazine.

She has lectured at the Architectural Association, Cooper Union, Columbia University, Design Academy Eindhoven, Goldsmiths, Gwangju Biennale, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Matadero Madrid, NTU Center for Contemporary Art Singapore, NEON Athens, Pioneer Works, Storefront for Art and Architecture and Università Iuav di Venezia.

Press: Architectural Review, ArtNet, Crash Magazine, Document Journal, I-D Magazine, Surface Magazine, and The New York Times