Louisa Buck MA Cantab, MA Courtauld Institute, is a writer and broadcaster on contemporary art. Since 1997 she has been London contemporary art columnist for The Art Newspaper, and is a regular reviewer on BBC radio and TV, including Front Row, Nightwaves and BBC World Service’s The Strand. Other outlets include Vogue, Artforum, Guardian and Sunday Telegraph and she is the author of a number of catalogue essays for institutions including Tate, Whitechapel Gallery, ICA London and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Her books include Relative Values or What’s Art Worth? (co-authored with Philip Dodd) (BBC Books 1991); Moving Targets 2: A User’s Guide to British Art Now (Tate 2000); Market Matters: The Dynamics of the Contemporary Art Market (Arts Council England 2004) and Owning Art: The Contemporary Art Collector’s Handbook (co-authored with Judith Greer) (Cultureshock Media 2006). Her latest book, Commissioning Contemporary Art : A Handbook for Curators, Collectors and Artists will be published by Thames & Hudson in October 2012. Louisa was a judge for the 2005 Turner Prize.