Is a writer based in Los Angeles. He writes about the permeability between imagination and reality in mostly fictive essays and essayistic fiction, often about art. Co-founder of The Art Book Review, he’s a contributing editor for Mousse, Momus, and Art-Agenda; and has curated art exhibitions with some regularity (usually with collaborators), including a metaphysical disco at the Church of the Holy Shroud in Turin, a chain letter at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, and a river by Chris Johanson through the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. He has published in Artforum, ArtReview, and the LA Weekly, amongst other sundry publications. He was a finalist for the Premio Bonaldi Award for young curators and winner of an Andy Warhol/Creative Capital Grant for Art Writers in 2013. Berardini has a memoir-ish book forthcoming from Mousse Publishing on the artist Danh Vo, and is currently at work on another book about color.