Joanna Kleinberg on Fred Sandback
Saturday, November 19, 2011, 2 pm
3 Beekman Street
Beacon, NY 12508
Free with museum admission. Reservations highly recommended.
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Joanna Kleinberg has been an Assistant Curator at The Drawing Center in New York since September 2007. She received an M.A. degree with honors in British Contemporary Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London in 2003 and a B.A. degree with honors in art history from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002. Since 2007, she has been a freelance critic for Frieze after receiving an Honorable Mention for the magazine's annual Writer's Prize. She has also contributed essays to exhibition catalogs and monographs, including Sean Scully and Spanish contemporary artist, Lluis Lleó. Joanna has curated various exhibitions at The Drawing Center including, Claudia Wieser: Poems of the Right Angle, in September 2010; Dorothea Tanning: Early Design for the Stage in April 2010; Apparently Invisible, The Center's annual Selections exhibition in March 2009; and forthcoming in 2013 an exhibition of Sean Scully's Change and Horizontals early drawings, and the first solo museum exhibition in North America of work by Spanish artist, Ignacio Uriarte. As Assistant Curator, Joanna works closely with both the Curator and Executive Director on researching, organizing, and preparing annual exhibitions, most notably, Leon Golub: Live & Die Like a Lion? (2010), Frederick Kiesler: Co-Realities (2008) and Unica Zürn: Dark Spring (2009) all recipients of the AICA award for best show in a non-profit gallery or space. Joanna is also responsible for developing and orchestrating all public programs related to exhibitions, including artist talks, panel discussions, and literary programs.