Melanie Bühler has been the curator of contemporary art at the Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, the Netherlands, since 2018. Prior to this, she worked as an independent curator. She is currently working on The Art of Critique, a series of three exhibitions of which the first, Image Power: Institutional Critique Today, is currently on view at the Frans Hals Museum. Other recent exhibitions include Noise!, Frans Hals Museum (2018); Photography Today: Private Public Relations, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich (2017); and Inflected Objects, an exhibition series that appeared at Future Gallery, Berlin (2016), De Hallen Haarlem (2016), and the Swiss Institute, Milan (2015). She is the founder and curator of Lunch Bytes (2010–15), a project on digital art and culture for which she collaborated with Art Basel; CCA, Glasgow; ICA, London; and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC. She is the editor of No Internet, No Art (Onomatopee 2015) and coeditor of The Transhistorical Museum (Valiz, 2018), and her writings have appeared in various exhibition catalogues and art magazines, such as Mousse Magazine and Metropolis M.