Jonas Albro is a Brooklyn based curator, writer, and artist wrangler. His research and writing primarily focuses on the intersections of contemporary art and American politics, but he has been known to critique aesthetics as far back as the Renaissance. He is the Founder and Director of "level ground," an itinerant curatorial project dedicated to increasing democratic access to the art world. Currently, he is working towards an MA in Art History at CUNY-Hunter College. In the past, he has worked for/collaborated with kurimanzutto, Black Ball Projects, the Irving Penn Foundation, Yancey Richardson Gallery, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. In 2017 he received his BA in Art History and Museum Studies from James Madison University.