exhibition projects

We create exhibitions and manage all of the the logistics associated with exhibition projects including planning, fabrication, installation, art loans, registration, shipping, and insurance. These projects travel to museums worldwide and also appear in alternative exhibition spaces. Below is a selection of current and recent projects.



Current Projects


This PLace

Curatorial Assistance will oversee and facilitate aspects of the development, design, and fabrication for the international debut of “This Place," an exhibition exploring the complexity of Israel and the West Bank, as place and metaphor, through the eyes of twelve internationally acclaimed photographers. Their highly individualized works combine to create not a single, monolithic vision . . . see more


E.O. HoppE: IndiA, 1929

Cross-platform app for tablets and smartphones

Drawing from the expansive E.O. Hoppé India Collection, we are developing an app to serve as a guided tour of Hoppé's landmark trip to the Indian Subcontinent, with archive and modern audio and video supplementing commentary from leading academics and curators of Indian history and art . . . see more



Recent Projects


IL TEATRO ALLA MODA - THEATER IN FASHION

Curatorial Assistance managed aspects of the development, design, and fabrication of the exhibition, as well as the publication of an exhibition catalogue for the American debut of a collection of 130 theatrical costumes and design illustrations created by Italy’s haute couturiers for opera, dance, and theater . . . see more


herb alpert: black totems

Herb Alpert's Black Totems sculpture installation was exhibited at Ace Gallery, Beverly Hills, in 2010. Curatorial Assistance produced and published an exhibition catalogue of the same name, with photography by Philipp Scholz Ritterman and an essay by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp . . . see more


a new and native beauty: the art and craft of Greene & Greene

A comprehensive exhibition celebrating the work of Charles and Henry Greene that featured more than 140 works designed by the Greene brothers and covered the breadth and depth of their careers, including work with stained glass, metal, textiles, architectural drawings, archival photographs, and dazzling woodcarving and decorative inlay . . . see more


craft in america: Expanding traditions

Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions provided overall management of the tour and oversight at each venue. Surveying one hundred years of craft making in America, this exhibition showcased more than one hundred eighty of the most important examples of American craft, including works in ceramic, glass, wood, fiber, and metal . . . see more


This Side of Paradise: Body and Landscape in L.A. Photographs

Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions provided overall management of the European tour and oversight at each venue for this exhibition, which examined the synergistic relationship between Los Angeles and photographic art from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, and explored the correlation between photographic representation and the city that most of the world identifies with the film and television industry . . . see more


titanic: the exhibition

Curatorial Assistance undertook the creation and installation of a 45,000 square foot exhibition telling the story of the Titanic disaster. The exhibit included over 400 items salvaged from the seabed wreck interspersed with models of the vessel, a ten-meter-long seabed wreck, a 1/3 scale side of the hull of the ship and a full scale deck scene with simulated seascape and night sky . . . see more


Olduvai Gorge Interpretive Center

Curatorial Assistance created interpretive information and designed, produced and installed the exhibit in Tanzania. The exhibits at the center focus on the paleoanthropological research and artifacts that have come from the surrounding area. The Getty Conservation Institute worked for many years in Tanzania, Africa, on the conservation of the Laetoli trackway discovered by anthropologists Louis and Mary Leakeye . . . see more


Ancestors of the Incas: THE LOST CIVILIZATIONS OF PERU

Curatorial Assistance oversaw the management of the most comprehensive exhibition of Peruvian artifacts to travel to North America. Spanning 3,000 years of Peruvian prehistory, the exhibition included more than 30 objects from 35 ancient cultures . . . see more


ROBERT WEINGARTEN 6:30AM SERIES

For an entire year, whenever he was at home, Robert Weingarten photographed the view from his bedroom window overlooking Santa Monica Bay each morning just after dawn. Curatorial Assistance fabricated outdoor weather proof metal stands to display these warm west coast images in a cold snowy upstate New York winter . . . see more


GREAT WIDE OPEN: PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE AMERICAN WEST

To capture vast horizons, early photographers of the American West pieced frames together to produce a panorama. Later, large-format cameras were invented. This exhibition gathered those images from American history as well as many from the contemporary West captured by photographers currently working in panoramic format. Included, for example, are Eadweard Muybridge's thirteen-panel panorama of San Francisco from 1878 alongside Mark Klett's "re-photography" of the city from the same location in 1990 . . . see more


CZECH AVANT-GARDE: REFLECTIONS ON EUROPEAN ART, PHOTOGRAPHY AND BOOK DESIGN

Comprised of approximately 800 books and journals from the collection of Czech scholar and author Zdenek Primus, the exhibition highlights the work of several recognized masters of Czech book design and demonstrates the brilliance of Czech graphic design, illustration, photography, and photomontage between the wars, a period that saw a flowering of Czech culture parallel to that of the Weimar Republic . . . see more


EPSON’S AMERICA IN DETAIL: A PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION

Curatorial Assistance provided project management for this four-city national tour, including the creation of an art gallery setting using nontraditional, high foot-traffic, urban sites in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles, exhibit design and fabrication of temporary walls and light units, onsite management and installation of the exhibition, design and production of didactics and catalogue, as well as packaging and transportation logistics . . . see more


60 YEARS OF LIFE: PHOTOGRAPHS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD

Curatorial Assistance managed this temporary public gallery, installed at One Market Street Plaza in San Francisco, California, handling the creation of temporary art gallery walls and lighting, onsite management and installation, packaging, and travel . . . see more


THE WORLD OF REGGAE: FEATURING BOB MARLEY AND TREASURES FROM ROGER STEFFENS’ REGGAE ARCHIVES

Curatorial Assistance developed and managed this exhibition on the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, including research and development of exhibition content, exhibition, and gallery, architectural and onsite design, fabrication and installation of exhibition components, production of multimedia technology, creation of interpretive materials, editing and design of 120-page exhibition catalogue, and packaging, casework, and framing . . . see more


FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT: DECORATIVE DESIGNS TODAY

Curatorial Assistance managed this exhibition, including exhibition design and fabrication, creation and fabrication of interpretive materials and
exhibition graphics, and onsite installation of exhibition . . . see more

 

 


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