Ken Johnson writes for the arts pages of The New York Times, where he covers gallery and museum exhibits, and contributing editor at Art in America. He is the author of, most recently, Are You Experienced: How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art (2011). He was the art critic for the Boston Globe from 2006-2007. Johnson is also an educator, teaching courses in painting, drawing, electronic arts, art history, and art criticism at various universities in upstate New York, and a writing seminar in the School of Visual Arts in New York.