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Jennifer Famery-Mariani

Director + Chief curator

tribecaartnight@gmail.com

Jennifer is an independent curator with global interests in art & culture, health, entertainment, urban development, and social behavior. She produces events across all disciplines, built to catalyze the diversity of thought and creative expression, push boundaries and unlock art. These include neighborhood festivals, city salons, and event series. These projects have led her to collaborate with a variety of art spaces, non-profits and communities, artists and art related start-ups. Previously, she was a curator and art dealer at Allouche Gallery (f/k/a Opera Gallery) in New York. Prior to this, she was a business strategy consultant in Paris at BearingPoint (f/k/a Anderson Consulting). Before consulting, she was an adviser in the cabinet of the Mayor of Paris, on financial, cultural and urban development as well as financial issues.

 

Kimberly Kitada

Curatorial Lead | Guided tours

Kimberly is an independent curator based in New York. She is currently the Public Programs & Research Coordinator at Independent Curators International (ICI). Recent curatorial projects include: (in)complete at TEMP Art Space, New York (2013), 7x8 Curatorial Conversations at Budapest Art Market, Hungary (2013), Postscript: Correspondent Works at artQ13, Rome (2015), For All the Vanished Things: Jee Hee Kang at Centre for Social Innovation, New York (2016), and reset at Garis & Hahn, New York (2016). She is a Co-Founder of alt_break art fair, which provides free and accessible contemporary art programming through partnerships with local, community-based nonprofits in New York. Kitada received a BA in Art History and Classics from Bucknell University and an MA in Museum Studies from NYU.

 
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Eliza Gómez King

Operations & Development Intern

Eliza is a current Master's candidate at Sotheby's Institute of Art, where she is pursuing an applied business degree in the art market. She holds a B.A. in English and art history from Colgate University. Prior to her return to graduate school, she consulted on technology strategy for academic institutions in admissions and fundraising departments. She now serves as a seasonal admissions officer for Yale University. Eliza has also worked for the Picker Art Gallery, The Winter Antiques Show, and Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House Museum. 

 
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Sandra Hong

Outreach & Public Programming Intern

Sandra is a current student at Sotheby's Institute of Art, where she is pursuing an applied business degree in the art market. She completed her undergrad at Queen’s University in Canada where she majored in Art History with particular interests in Baroque and Renaissance art. Her previous art world experience includes an internship at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice and working in public relations at her university’s gallery. 

 
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Debby Yip

Social Media & Marketing Intern

Debby Yip is a rising senior at UCLA double majoring in art history and political science. She recently finished her semester coursework at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London where she studied art business and art history. Debby is particularly passionate about Modern andContemporary Art. Her previous work experience in the art world includes working in theJewellery and Marketing department of Sotheby’s Hong Kong.

 
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Audra lambert

Independent curator + art critic

Audra Lambert is an independent curator and art critic based in New York City and Editor-in-Chief of Ante. Arts Mag. Lambert is Founder/Chief Curator of Antecedent Projects (2014), a NYC-based curatorial consultancy focused on site-specific projects. She is currently curating a solo exhibition of works by artist Oded Halahmy at Yeshiva University Museum: "Hey, Wow: Works by Oded Halahmy", opening in April 2018. Lambert has curated exhibits with the White Roof Project (2015), Flux Art Fair (2016) and New York City Dept of Park & Recreation's Arsenal Gallery (2017). She has previously worked for More Art, a social justice public art nonprofit, and the NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs. Lambert also currently serves as Curatorial Manager for Art in Odd Places 2018: BODY, and is the Co-Founder and Strategic Manager of social justice nonprofit Alt_break Art Fair.  

 
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NAthalie Anglès

Founder and Executive Director of Residency Unlmited (RU) in New York

Nathalie Anglès is founder and Executive Director of Residency Unlmited (RU) in New York, a non profit arts organization that fosters customized residencies for local and international artists and curators at all stages of their career. She studied history and political science and is a graduate of the École du Magasin Independent curatorial program (Le Magasin – (CNAC Grenoble, France) . Between 2000-2008 she was Director of the International residency program at Location One (New York). Previous positions include: Sotheby’s (London), American Center in Paris, Ecole des Beaux Arts (ENSBA), Paris,  Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs (UCAD). In 2008, Nathalie received the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government. 

 
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boshko boskovic

Curator's pick tour guide

Boshko Boskovic is the Program Director of Residency Unlimited. He has curated exhibitions such as Interpreting the Frame, Museum of Photography, Helsinki, Paint me Sculpturly, Artopia Gallery, Milan, Monument-Movement, Center for Photography & Moving Image, New York, Videozones, Montreal - Brooklyn, Interstate Projects, New York, Not so Distant Memory, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art & National Center for Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg, Russia, Daniel Rothbart – But I’m An Amerian, KCB, Belgrade, Power of the Brand, Contemporary Art Museum in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Hercegovina and Performing Body, Marina Abramovic, Speed Art Museum, Louisville.

Boskovic has worked at the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation managing the European retrospective Specific Objects Without Specific Form which traveled to the Wiels Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, The Beyeler Foundation in Basel and the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt.

During his tenure as Associate Director at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York he also worked closely with artists such as Los Carpinteros, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and Johan Grimonprez.

 
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aidan o'connor

Design curator's pick tour guide

Aidan O’Connor is an independent curator and consultant based in Brooklyn with 16 years of experience in design and culture. A native New Yorker devoted to museums since childhood, she has enjoyed working at the Met, Cooper Hewitt, and MoMA as well as Harvard's Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology in Cambridge, and collaborating with the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and Vandalorum in Värnamo, Sweden. She has organized and participated in dozens of exhibitions and programs on modern and contemporary design, including the major international survey Century of the Child: Growing by Design 1900-2000 at MoMA. Her latest exhibition, Social Mobility: Envisioning Bodies in Motion (organized with 2x4), opens at Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing this month. 

 

LUKE BAKER

Curator

Luke Baker is an independent design historian, curator and writer based in New York City. He has enjoyed working in the arts and culture sector for over 15 years and has organized exhibitions on art, craft, and design at the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New Museum, and with the American Federation of Arts. His writing on design has appeared in numerous MoMA exhibition catalogues, MetropolisModernStudio PotterAntiquesMetalsmith, and Art Papers. Past collaborators and consultancy clients include Gensler, Prada, Nike, Corcoran Sunshine, Uniqlo, 2x4, Zurich Design Week, and Design Tokyo. Luke holds a B.A. in Art History from Hampshire College and an M.A. in Design and Decorative Arts History from the Bard Graduate Center.

 
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emily garfield

Volunteer Coordinator

Emily is a professional artist based in New York. She works in pen and watercolor to create intricate maps of imaginary places inspired by the visual language of cartography as well as the fractal similarity that cities share with biological patterns such as cells and neurons. She received her BA in Visual Arts from Brown University, where she also pursued studies in the brain’s response to art and aesthetic beauty through the Cognitive Science department.

She has held workshops on abstract mapmaking at art venues across the country, from the DeCordova and Peabody Essex museums in the Boston area to the Snite Museum of Art of Notre Dame in Indiana. 

Emily is Artist in Residence at the SciArt Center in New York and has previously directed the Somerville Open Studios yearly city-wide art event in Somerville, MA.