Ben Eastham is a writer and editor based in London. He is editor-in-chief of art-agenda and founding editor of The White Review.

He has written for publications including ArtReviewfrieze, the London Review of Books, the New York Times, Mousse, the Times Literary Supplement and the Financial Times, and catalogue essays for artists including Ed Ruscha, Camille Henrot and John Gerrard. He was previously editor at ArtReview and associate editor at documenta 14.

He is editor of books including The White Review Anthology (Fitzcarraldo, 2017), Before or After, at the Same Time (Hauser & Wirth, 2019), and Luis Camnitzer: One Number Is Worth One Word (Sternberg, 2020). He holds a first-class degree from Trinity College, Dublin, where he was elected a scholar and awarded the John Henry Bernard prize in Philosophy.

His second book, The Imaginary Museum, is published by TLS Books in August 2020. He is represented by Anna Webber at United Agents.