Farah Nayeri, Takedown: Art and Power in the Digital Age


FARAH NAYERI is an arts and culture writer for the New York Times. Originally from Iran, she began her journalism career as a reporter for Time magazine in Paris, where she then joined Bloomberg. She went on to become Bloomberg’s Rome bureau chief and its European economics correspondent, before being assigned to Baghdad in 2003 to cover the US-led invasion of Iraq. Farah has also written for The Economist and the Wall Street Journal. She is a regular moderator at New York Times conferences, and has spoken at Sciences Po in Paris and the Royal Academy of Arts. She is a classical pianist and a member of the UK Critics’ Circle.