Vicki Goldberg is a photography critic and author based in New York City. She was born in St. Louis, Missouri and earned an MFA from New York University. Goldberg has authored several books and articles on the subjects of photography and art history. Over the course of her career, Goldberg has written for several notable publications such as The Village Voice and Art Quarterly. Goldberg has also authored several books. Her first biography, Margaret Bourke-White, took an in-depth look at the life and techniques of Margaret Bourke-White, the famous photographer active in the early to mid-20th Century. Goldberg has also co-written several books with other authors such as A Nation of Strangers: Essays written with Arthur Ollman and American Photography: A Century of Images written with art historian Robert Silberman.
Goldberg currently resides in New York City and works as a freelance writer and lecturer.