The Nevada Museum of Art in Reno announced this month the appointment of Apsara DiQuinzio as Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, effective November 1.
The museum’s curatorial department will be under the direction of Ann M. Wolfe, who has been promoted to chief curator and associate director of the Andrea and John C. Deane family, according to a press release from the non-profit museum. lucrative.
“Apsara DiQuinzio has established herself as a national leader among curators, seeing art as a catalyst for civic engagement and discourse,” David B. Walker, CEO of the museum, said in a statement. “We are delighted that she brings her keen eye, public spirit and critical thinking to our team of curators, especially during this time of significant institutional expansion.”
Previously, DiQuinzio joined the curatorial staff of the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive in 2012 and was promoted to Senior Curator in 2017. She also held previous positions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
She holds a Master of Arts in Modern Art History, Theory and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Art History from the University. Colgate.
“I am delighted to assume the role of Senior Curator of Contemporary Art at the Nevada Museum of Art and honored to work with David Walker, Ann Wolfe, William L. Fox and the entire team as the museum continues to grow. develop. its artistic and cultural programs, ”DiQuinzio said in a statement. “I look forward to getting to know the diverse communities of Reno and the greater Nevada area and the work we will all do together. I am particularly inspired by the museum’s dedication to its Indigenous communities and its focus on art and the environment.
Wolfe joined the Nevada Museum of Art in 2006 and has curated numerous exhibitions and written numerous books since. She holds a graduate degree from the University of Southern California and an undergraduate degree from the University of Santa Clara.
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