Gallery Talk: Life’s a Beach
Gallery Talk by Assistant Curator of Art after 1950 Katherine Pill on Life’s A Beach, Photographs by Martin Parr
Katherine Pill is the first curator in the history of the MFA to specialize in works created after 1950 to the present day. Her position was made possible by The Hazel and William Hough Curatorial Endowment Fund, established in 2012. At the Museum, she has curated Color Acting: Abstraction Since 1950 and Collection Conversations and assisted Guest Curator Barbara Pollack with the installation and catalogue of My Generation: Young Chinese Artists. She is curating Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists, 1960 to the Present, which opens Saturday, October 10, and has recommended contemporary works for the collection. She completed a three-year dual MA in art history, theory, and criticism and arts administration and policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
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