Brandon K. Ruud is the Constance and Dudley J. Godfrey Jr. Curator of American Art and Decorative Arts at the Milwaukee Art Museum and the former curator of transnational American art at the Sheldon Museum of Art. He is the editor of Karl Bodmer’s North American Prints (Nebraska, 2004), a New York Times notable book. More recently he edited Encounters: Photography from the Sheldon Museum of Art (Nebraska, 2013) and coedited (with Gregory Nosan) Painting from the Sheldon Museum of Art (Nebraska, 2014). Gregory Nosan is the editorial director at the Art Institute of Chicago and the former director of education and publications at the Sheldon Museum of Art. He edited exhibition catalogs such as Matisse: Radical Invention, 1913–1917 and John Marin’s Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism and contributed to Encounters: Photography from the Sheldon Museum of Art (Nebraska, 2013).
Wally Mason is the director of the Sheldon Museum of Art and former director and chief curator of the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University. He has curated over fifty exhibitions, most recently Alfred Leslie: The Killing Cycle. . . and Dark Blue: Water as Protagonist. Jorge Daniel Veneciano is the executive director of El Museo del Barrio and former director of the Sheldon Museum of Art. He is the series editor of American Transnationalism: Perspectives from the Sheldon Museum of Art, the coeditor of Fabulous Harlequin: ORLAN and the Patchwork Self (Nebraska, 2010), and the editor of The Geometric Unconscious: A Century of Abstraction (Nebraska, 2012).