Andrianna T. Campbell-LaFleur specializes in art in the modern and contemporary period. Her doctoral research focused on Norman Lewis and Abstract Expressionism. Alongside her scholarly research, she is the author of essays and reviews on contemporary art for Artforum, Art in America, and Frieze. In 2016, Campbell-LaFleur was a co-editor of Shift: A Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture and a special edition of the International Review of African American Art dedicated to Norman Lewis. She was a co-founding editor (along with Yale Assistant Professor Joanna Fiduccia) of apricota, a journal of contemporary art and poetry. She is the recipient of numerous fellowships and awards including the Dean K. Harrison Fellowship, the Preservation of American Modernists Award, the Library Fellowship from the American Philosophical Society, the Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship at the Dia Art Foundation, the Dissertation Writing Fellowship at the New York Public Library and the CASVA Twelve-Month Chester Dale Fellowship from the National Gallery of Art for 2016-2017. Her solo curated and collaborative exhibitions, Vanishing Points and Decenter, have garnered numerous accolades. In 2020, she received her PhD in Art History from The Graduate and University Center of the City University of New York. In 2021, she had several well-received publications for museum surveys of artists such as Julie Mehretu and Jasper Johns. She is currently co-writing a book about Connecticut’s regional arts.