Sina Najafi

Najafi is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Cabinet magazine, a quarterly of arts and culture, as well as the editorial director of Cabinet Books.

He is interested in making a variety of scholarly and artistic topics accessible to the non-specialist, inspiring a culture of curiosity that encourages an ethical engagement in the world. Cabinet redefines the way we think about "novelty," pairing the historical and factual with non-prescriptive themes that range from the narrowly focused to the more interpretive and obscure. His most recent book, Curiosity and Method: Ten Years of Cabinet Magazine is an anthology that brings together some of the most interesting successes and a few instructive failures published in the first 40 issues of the magazine. He has also curated a number of art exhibitions, including "Philosophical Toys," "Odd Lots: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark's Fake Estates," and "The Paper Sculpture Show." He has taught courses at Cooper Union, Yale, and RISD.

Sina Najafi

Editor and Director
Cabinet Magazine
Immaterial Incorporated
181 Wyckoff Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217