Born in Southern California’s Mojave desert in the late 60s, writer/editor Kimberly Bradley’s base has moved steadily eastward. After graduating from Middlebury College in 1990, she ventured to Hamburg, Germany, where she inadvertently found herself in a divided country attempting to put itself back together. Now based in Berlin, Bradley writes about art, design, architecture and travel for such publications as The New York Times, Metropolis, Artnet.com and Frame. She is also a frequent contributor to monographs and art catalogs as a translator or writer.
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