Vince Aletti is a critic and curator in New York. From 2005 until 2016, he reviewed photography exhibitions for the New Yorker's Goings on About Town section. Previously, he was the art editor of the Village Voice (1994 to 2005) and the paper's photo critic for 20 years. He writes a regular column about photo books for Photograph magazine and contributes occasional features and reviews to Aperture, Artforum, Document, and other magazines. He is the winner of the 2005 Infinity Award in writing from the International Center of Photography, where he was an adjunct curator in 2009. Aletti co-curated Weird Beauty: Fashion Photography Now with Carol Squiers and was the curator of This Is Not a Fashion Photograph, both at ICP; he and Squiers worked together on Avedon Fashion 1944-2000, the museum's summer 2009 exhibition, as well as on its Abrams catalog. Male, a book of photographs and other artwork from Aletti’s collection, was published by Andrew Roth's PPP Editions at the end of 2008.  The Disco Files 1973-1978, a collection of Aletti's weekly columns on disco, first published in 2009 by DJhistory in the UK, was reissued in 2018 by D.A.P. Phaidon published Aletti’s Issues: A History of Photography in Fashion Magazines in 2019.