We are delighted for Reto Thüring (CCL 2016), who will be joining the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as its Chair, Linde Family Wing of Contemporary Art and Arthur K. Solomon Curator of Modern Art.
Since 2012, Reto has been a curator at The Cleveland Museum of Art, where he most recently chaired the department of modern, contemporary, decorative, and performing arts. His projects at the museum and its affiliated Transformer Station have included exhibitions of Kara Walker, Fred Wilson, and Damián Ortega, as well as the group show "The Unicorn." Since 2004 his curatorial projects have focused on contemporary art, though prior to this, he studied 16th-century Venetian portraiture at the University of Basel.
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