Jeppe Ugelvig (b. 1993) is a curator and cultural critic based in New York and London. His research focuses on histories and theories of cultural production. Ugelvig completed his undergraduate degree in Communication, Curation, Criticism at Central Saint Martins in 2016, and his MA degree at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, in 2018. He was a resident of the 2019 Sandretto Foundation Young Curators Residency Programme in Turin, Italy, and a curatorial resident at Delfina Foundation in London in the winter of 2019.
His writing has appeared in Frieze, parallax, ArtReview, Afterall, Flash Art International, Spike, Mousse and LEAP, amongst many others. He has contributed texts to exhibition catalogs of artists such as Dozie Kanu, A Kassen, BODY HOLES, Soft Baroque, and Ian Giles. He functions as the contributing editor of Wallet.
Ugelvig has staged exhibitions at Tai Kwun (Hong Kong), Hessel Museum (New York), Goethe Institute (Ramallah) and National Art Gallery (Copenhagen), and lectured at Central Saint Martins, FIT, NYU, and Funen Art Academy on art criticism, fashion and curatorial theory, and art history.
His first book, Fashion Work: 25 Years of Art in Fashion was published by Damiani in 2020.