Tracey Bashkoff is currently Senior Curator, Collections and Exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Since joining the museum in 1993, she has contributed to over fifteen special exhibitions covering a range of twentieth-century subjects. She co-curated the international retrospective Kandinsky (Lenbachhaus, Munich; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Guggenheim, New York, 2008-09). Bashkoff has curated collection-based exhibitions for the museum since 1997 including permanent displays as well as temporary presentations, such as The Great Upheaval: Modern Art from the Guggenheim Collection, 1910-18 (Guggenheim, New York, 2010). For the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin she organized the commissions and presentations of works by John Baldessari (2004) and Hiroshi Sugimoto (2000) as well as the exhibition, On the Sublime: Mark Rothko, Yves Klein, and James Turrell(2002). In addition to preparing exhibitions for the Guggenheim’s network of museums, she oversees the institution’s collections care group and management policies. Bashkoff completed her graduate studies at Northwestern University where she received a Mellon Fellowship in Art Objects.
“Through my CCL experience I began to think differently about my role as a curator and team leader. I now recognize how my skills contribute to the bigger picture of my institution and to my field.”
Zoë Ryan joined the Art Institute of Chicago in 2006 as the inaugural Neville Bryan Curator of Design, and in 2011 was named chair of the Department of Architecture and Design. Ryan’s tenure marked an expanded scope for the museum and its collection with the introduction of design to the ... Read More >
The Center for Curatorial Leadership (CCL) named its 2014 class of Fellows, recognizing twelve art museum curators with a track record of exceptional work and the potential for even more significant contributions as future leaders in the field. This is the seventh class of CCL Fellows and the largest to date with individuals ... Read More >
Eva Respini began as the Barbara Lee Chief Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) in March 2015. Since then, she has been mounting an ambitious program of temporary exhibitions alongside installations drawn from the ICA’s growing permanent collection. Respini’s current exhibition, First Light: A Decade of Collecting ... Read More >