Anne M. Wagner, Henry Moore Foundation Research Curator at Tate Britain, was for many years a professor in the Department of History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley, where she remains the Class of 1936 Chair Emerita. Her work has appeared in such journals as Artforum, Representations, October, and The Threepenny Review. Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux: Sculptor of the Second Empire, was published in 1986, and Three Artists (Three Women) in 1996. In 2005, her third book, Mother Stone: The Vitality of Modern British Sculpture, came out from Yale University Press. A book of her essays, A House Divided: On Recent American Art, was published in 2012. In progress is Behaving Globally, which has been commissioned by Princeton University Press for a new series called Essays on the Arts.
Anne is co-curator of the major exhibition of Lowry landscapes at Tate Britain in 2013 Lowry and the Painting of Modern Life.