Nathan Dunne is the author of Lichtenstein and the editor of the essay collection Tarkovsky. He has written for The Atlantic, the Guardian, Film Comment, Aeon and Artforum.
He studied art history at Cambridge University and received a PhD from Birkbeck College, University of London. He has given talks at Harvard University, Yale University and The Photographers' Gallery. He also worked for several years at Tate Modern and has been a finalist for the Southwest Review Fiction Prize.