Andrew Berardini is an American writer known for his work as a visual art critic and curator in Los Angeles.

Andrew has published articles and essays in publications such as frieze, Mousse, Fillip, Artforum, ArtReview, Art-Agenda, Paper Monument, Art in America, Public Fiction, Rolling Stone (Italy), and the LA Weekly. He is a Warhol/Creative Capital and 221a Curatorial Grantee, and a graduate from the School of Critical Studies at California Institute of the Arts with an MFA in Writing.

As a curator, Berardini held appointments at the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena and LAXART in Los Angeles and in 2013 he organized and co-organized exhibitions at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and the Castello di Rivoli in Turin.

He has lectured on Art History and Cultural Production at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), and has been faculty at the Mountain School of Arts since 2008 and at Banff Centre since 2013, in addition to guest lecturing widely. He previously held the position of assistant editor of Semiotext(e) Press and is currently Los Angeles editor for Mousse, senior editor for Artslant, contributing editor for Momus and Art-Agenda, and co-founder of the Art Book Review.

Andrew recently authored 'Danh Vo: Relics' (Mousse, 2015) and is currently finishing another book about color. He is the father of Stella.

2017 marks the first year of Andrew Berardini's participation as a judge at The Art and Olfaction Awards. He will be judging the Sadakichi Award for Experimental Work with Scent.