Miranda Wallace has been Senior Curator of International Exhibition Projects at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Melbourne, since 2015. This followed nine years in various curatorial positions at the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA), Brisbane, lastly as Curatorial Manager of International Art, Exhibitions & Research. Prior to that, she spent twelve years in London both studying and working in the tertiary education and private sectors. Miranda has a BA (Hons) in Art History from the University of Queensland, and a PhD in Art History from University College London. Her research interest in photography in art practice since 1960 led to a Post-doctoral Fellowship at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in 2009. Since moving to the Australian public art museum sector in 2006, Miranda has been involved in the curatorial coordination of several major international loan exhibitions (and their accompanying publications) including, at QAGOMA: Matisse: Drawing Life (with the BnF, Paris); Portrait of Spain: Masterpieces from the Prado (with the Museo del Prado); Surrealism: The Poetry of Dreams (with the MNAM, Centre Pompidou). She has also worked on several exhibitions about international and Australian architecture, design and fashion. She curated a major exhibition of Cindy Sherman’s late works for QAGOMA in 2016. Miranda is NGV’s lead curator (working with MoMA curators Samantha Friedman and Juliet Kinchin) on its forthcoming exhibition MoMA at NGV: 130 Years of Modern and Contemporary Art (June 2018).
Highlights from the two-week intensive organized by The Museum of Modern Art with the Center for Curatorial Leadership This March, the 2018 MoMA International Curatorial Institute for Modern and Contemporary Art brought together 11 curators from institutions around the globe for a two-week leadership intensive in New York City. This fourth iteration ... Read More >