Saul Anton is a writer, scholar, and editor.
In recent years, he has contributed articles and reviews to Artforum, frieze, Afterall, and 4Columns. He is the author of two books, Warhol’s Dream (Les presses du réel/JRP Ringier, 2007) and Lee Friedlander: The Little Screens (Afterall Books/MIT Press, 2015), and articles and essays on Roxy Paine, Dexter Sinister, Sol Lewitt, Francis Alÿs, Amy Sillman, Rachel Harrison, and many other artists. He has also published scholarly articles on Diderot, Kant, Agamben, Winckelmann, and others, and he is the translator of Jean-Luc Nancy’s Discourse of the Syncope: Logodaedalus (Stanford University Press, 2007). In the past, he was Senior Editor at BOMB Magazine and Web editor at Artforum. Currently, he teaches in the department of Humanities and Media Studies at the Pratt Institute.