ABOUT THE TALK
Join us for a talk with Fall 2019 International Artist-in-Residence guest curator Kelly Baum. On Tuesday, December 4th, Baum will give a talk about her curatorial practice and the projects she’s spearheaded as Curator of Contemporary Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Baum will be in Texas visiting artists’ studios to select the Texas-based artist for the Fall 2019 residency.
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ABOUT KELLY BAUM
Kelly Baum is Curator of Postwar and Contemporary Art in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Department of Modern and Contemporary Art. Previously she served as the Haskell Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Princeton University Art Museum, having worked as a curator and scholar for almost fifteen years. Kelly has published widely and organized dozens of exhibitions, including Nobody’s Property: Art, Land, Space 2000-2010, Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Untitled; and most recently New Jersey as Non-Site, for which she received a Warhol Curatorial Research Fellowship. Upcoming exhibitions include Beckett’s Decade. In addition to overseeing the Museum’s Sarah Lee Elson, Class of 1984, International Artist in Residence Program, she serves as a curatorial adviser to Princeton’s campus art committee.
This event is free and open to the public with free parking at 513 N Flores.