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Dan Cameron

Dan Cameron has been Senior Curator at the New Museum since 1995. He oversees the activities of the Curatorial Department, which include exhibitions, catalogs, and the collection.
An art critic and curator based in New York since 1979, Cameron has published over two hundred fifty texts on art in various international publications, including Artforum, Parkett, Frieze, and Flash Art. He has contributed to numerous museum catalogues for such institutions as the Royal Academy of Art, London; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Hirschhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; and Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh. As an independent curator, Cameron has organized large-scale exhibitions of contemporary art at several major venues, including “Art and its Double” (Fundacio ‘la Caixa,' Barcelona, 1986); ‘Aperto,' Biennale di Venezia (1988), “Cocido y Crudo” (Centro Renia Sofia, Madrid, 1994-95), “Threshold” (Fundação de Serralves, Oporto, 1995); and “Theory of Leisure” (Coleccion Jumex, Mexico City, 2002). He was most recently curator for the 8 th International Istanbul Biennial, September-November 2003.
Since joining the New Museum in 1995, Cameron has organized or co-organized exhibitions over two dozen exhibitions, including Carolee Schneemann: Up to and Including her Limits (Nov 1996 – Jan 1997); Unland: Doris Salcedo (Mar-Jun 1998); Dancing at the Louvre: Faith Ringgold's French Collection and Other Story Quilts (Oct 1998 – Jan 1999); Fever: the Art of David Wojnarowicz (Jan-Jun 1999), Cildo Meireles (Nov 1999 – Mar 2000), Pierre et Gilles (Sep 2000 – Jan 2001), Paul McCarthy (Feb-May 2001); William Kentridge (Jun –Sep 2001); Living inside the Grid (Feb-Jun 2003); and Jose Antonio Hernandez-Diez (Jul-Sept 2003).
Cameron has also lectured at museums and universities around the world, served on numerous grant and fellowship panels, and is a board member of several committees, including the Acquisitions Committee of the art collection for Fundacio ‘la Caixa,' Barcelona.


Jeffrey Deitch

Jeffrey Deitch has been involved with several of the Deste Foundation's best known exhibition projects, such as Cultural Geometry, Artificial Nature, Post Human, and Everything That's Interesting Is New. He has been active as an art writer, exhibition organizer, and art dealer and advisor since 1973. During the 1980s he co-founded and managed Citibank's Art Advisory Service. Through the mid 1990s he worked as an art advisor and independent curator. He was one of the team of curators for the Aperto section of the 1993 Venice Biennale. In 1996, he began Deitch Projects, a New York gallery specializing in ambitious artist's projects. The gallery has been influential in the new convergence of art, music, fashion and design.


Alison M. Gingeras

Alison M. Gingeras has been curator for contemporary art at the Musée national d´Art moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris since 1999. She has organized several artists´ projects, including the installation of Thomas Hirschhorn´s Skulptur Sortier Station at the Stalingrad Metro station in Paris (2001) and several exhibitions including Dear Painter, Paint Me: Painting the Figure since late Picabia and Daniel Buren´ s Le Musée qui n´existait pas at the Centre Pompidou (2002). She regularly contributes to a diverse range of publications and periodicals including Parkett, Artforum, and Vogue. She is also the author of numerous exhibition catalogues and books, including publications on Jeff Koons, Franz West, Maurizio Cattelan, and Peter Friedl as well as Phaidon´s volume on recent painting entitled Vitamin P (2002) and Routledge´s essay collection entitled French Theory in America (2001). Her forthcoming projects for 2004 are the monograph on photographer Guy Bourdin (Phaidon Press), the upcoming exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou of Urs Fischer and Kristin Baker, as well as two public projects in Paris with Piotr Uklanski and Thomas Hirschhorn.


Massimiliano Gioni

Curator and art critic, Massimiliano Gioni (1973) is the artistic director of the Trussardi Foundation in Milan , and one of the curators of Manifesta 5 ( San Sebastian , Spain , 2004).
He has curated various exhibitions among which: Short Cut - Elmgreen and Dragset; If I Had You - Darren Almond; Yesterday Begins Tomorrow. In 2003, for the 50th edition of the Venice Biennial, he curated "The Zone," a new pavillion for young Italian contemporary art.
In New York , with Maurizio Cattelan and Ali Subotnick, Massimiliano Gioni runs the Wrong Gallery, a no profit space that has presented works and special projectes by, among others: Tomma Abts, Pawel Althamer, Phil Collins, Martin Creed, Sam Durant, Cameron Jamie, Paul McCarthy and Jason Rhoades, Elizabeth Peyton, Tino Sehgal and Lawrence Weiner.
Former US editor of Flash Art magazine, Massimiliano Gioni has written extensively on contemporary art, publishing his articles in Parkett, Flash Art and Carnet. His most recent monographic essays include: Maurizio Cattelan (Phaidon, London); Anna Gaskell (Yvon Lambert, Paris-New York); Christian Jankowsky (Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel); Katarzyna Kozyra (Silvana, Milan); Alex Katz (Silvana, Milan); Collier Schorr (303 Gallery, New York); Simon Starling (Hammer Museum, Los Angeles); Patrick Tuttofuoco (Name, Milan).
With Cattelan and Subotnick, Gioni edits the visual magazine Charley and holds a regular column in Domus magazine.


Nancy Spector

Nancy Spector is Curator of Contemporary Art at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York , where she has organized the exhibitions: Matthew Barney: The Cremaster Cycle , Moving Pictures , Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Robert Rauschenberg: Performance, and Singular Forms (Sometimes Repeated): Art from 1951 to the Present. For the Deutsche Guggenheim Berlin , she has worked with Andreas Slominski, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Lawrence Weiner on newly commissioned exhibition projects. She has coordinated the Guggenheim's biannual Hugo Boss Prize since its inception in 1996. She served as an Adjunct Curator for the 1997 Venice Biennale and was a co-organizer of the first Berlin Biennial in 1998. A critic and essayist, she has lectured and published widely on issues in contemporary culture, contributing to books on Luc Tuymans, Roni Horn, Douglas Gordon, and Maurizio Cattelan, among others. Most recently she served as a co-author for Cream 3 (2003). 

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