Pac Pobric is a writer, editor, and publicist.

From 2017–2018, he was an editor at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and oversaw its marquee digital publication, the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, a general-audience encyclopedia of the Met's collection. During his tenure, he worked with curators and researchers to publish essays on the museum's extensive collection of baseball cards; the life and work of Joan Miró; and the art of the Sufis, among many other subjects.

A former contributor to the Village Voice, Pobric is also a longtime critic for the Brooklyn Rail and former journalist for The Art Newspaper, where he was previously the Exhibitions editor. From 2018–2022, he was the managing editor at Artnet News.

He was also the editor of Matteau! Matteau!, an editorial project about the New York Rangers and the world of hockey.

Pobric has written catalogue essays on Minimalism and its legacy for the Mnuchin gallery; Sean Scully’s recent work for Cheim & Read; and the many grand promises of New York City for Miles McEnery.

He has an M.A. in Art History from Hunter College, where he studied with William C. Agee and wrote about Ellsworth Kelly’s years in New York. He lives in Spuyten Duyvil and works at Polskin Arts.

Contact: pac [at] pacpobric [dot] com

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