HG Masters is a writer and editor with a focus on artists from across Asia. He is editor-at-large for ArtAsiaPacific (AAP) magazine. He worked previously as the managing editor ofAAP, as well as editor of the 2010 ArtAsiaPacific Almanac, a compendium of sixty country-by-country reports reviewing the year 2009 in Asian art. As a writer for AAP, he regularly contributes news stories and reviews covering events across Asia, and has written feature-length articles on artists including Lee Bul, Yoko Ono, Mona Hatoum, An-My Lê, Haegue Yang, Raqs Media Collective, Walid Raad, Guy Ben-Ner, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, and Sigalit Landau. He has also written catalogue essays for Tradition Transformed, a 2010 exhibition of Tibetan contemporary art at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art, and for Palden Weinreb’s solo exhibition at Rossi & Rossi gallery, London.