Isca Greenfield-Sanders
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn, New York

Our mission is to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities where great art and courageous conversations are catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards of curatorial excellence – from great art and original shows to beautiful installations and canon-expanding scholarship. We strive to create and present inspirational and transformative engagement with our collections, exhibitions, programming, and educational offerings, welcoming all visitors with respect and a true sense of hospitality.

We work to be conscious of the narratives that shape our visitors’ views of history and their place in the world as well as our own, and we seek out and promote perspectives that expand the stories we tell. We believe the Museum is a place where people can see themselves with dignity and each other with empathy, care, and respect. As a public, civic institution we believe it is our mandate to contribute to the advancement of society with a commitment to true connectedness and diversity.

We believe that the open and free exchange of ideas among people of diverse beliefs, cultures, and experiences stimulates new understandings and expands insights into our shared humanity and promotes social generosity. We also recognize that differing views may sometimes be met with discomfort and dissent. Since we see ourselves as a conduit for open sharing and learning, we accept the controversies that may accompany courageous conversations.

We celebrate the cultural vibrancy of our local communities and help build meaningful relationships that elevate and strengthen them. Believing that in action there is hope, we champion the powerful roles art and artists can play in our communities both inside and outside the Museum’s walls.

In an effort to expand our mission and impact, we strive to be a nimble organization that consistently pursues innovative strategies. We value the challenges associated with trying new things and adapt our strategies as we learn.

We seek to create a work environment that values hard work, professionalism, accountability, creativity, and achievement. We are committed to creating a community of talented, passionate people who are inspired to make the Museum an important hub of community activity and a great global destination, grow their professional skills, and work collaboratively with colleagues they admire and respect.

SWOON
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn, New York

Our mission is to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities where great art and courageous conversations are catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world.

We hold ourselves to the highest standards of curatorial excellence – from great art and original shows to beautiful installations and canon-expanding scholarship. We strive to create and present inspirational and transformative engagement with our collections, exhibitions, programming, and educational offerings, welcoming all visitors with respect and a true sense of hospitality.

We work to be conscious of the narratives that shape our visitors’ views of history and their place in the world as well as our own, and we seek out and promote perspectives that expand the stories we tell. We believe the Museum is a place where people can see themselves with dignity and each other with empathy, care, and respect. As a public, civic institution we believe it is our mandate to contribute to the advancement of society with a commitment to true connectedness and diversity.

We believe that the open and free exchange of ideas among people of diverse beliefs, cultures, and experiences stimulates new understandings and expands insights into our shared humanity and promotes social generosity. We also recognize that differing views may sometimes be met with discomfort and dissent. Since we see ourselves as a conduit for open sharing and learning, we accept the controversies that may accompany courageous conversations.

We celebrate the cultural vibrancy of our local communities and help build meaningful relationships that elevate and strengthen them. Believing that in action there is hope, we champion the powerful roles art and artists can play in our communities both inside and outside the Museum’s walls.

In an effort to expand our mission and impact, we strive to be a nimble organization that consistently pursues innovative strategies. We value the challenges associated with trying new things and adapt our strategies as we learn.

We seek to create a work environment that values hard work, professionalism, accountability, creativity, and achievement. We are committed to creating a community of talented, passionate people who are inspired to make the Museum an important hub of community activity and a great global destination, grow their professional skills, and work collaboratively with colleagues they admire and respect.

Florine Stettheimer

Daniel Rodrigues

Lucy Nicholson

Rob Wynne

Dona Mariana

Glenn O. Coleman

Kevin Beasley

Naima Ramos-Chapman
  • 13 Stories of War
    Publication
    Ukrainian Warchive
    International
    Welcome to the book release of 13 Stories of War, published by Ukrainian Warchive supported, among others, by the Hasselblad Foundation. In the book, The Ukrainian Warchive has brought together visual essays created by 13 Ukrainian photographers and artists responding to the profound impact of full-scale war on their country and its people since the Russian invasion in February 2022. (more…)
  • Maria Sturm: You Don’t Look Native to Me
    Publication
    Void
    International
    In 2011, Maria Sturm began to photograph the lives of young people from the Lumbee Tribe around Pembroke, Robeson County, North Carolina. Through the process of documenting their lives, Sturm began to question her own understanding of what it means to be Native American. Her new book You Don’t Look Native to Me combines photographs with interviews and texts to preconceptions and show Native identity not as fixed, but evolving and redefining itself with each generation. (more…)
  • Mikko Takkunen: Hong Kong
    Publication
    Kehrer Verlag
    International
    With his first photobook Hong Kong, The New York Times’ photo editor Mikko Takkunen captured one of the world’s greatest metropolises during a time of political uncertainty and the pandemic. As the city was still recovering from the aftermath of the anti-government protests of 2019, Takkunen began to concentrate on the purity of seeing and capturing the world anew. (more…)
  • popular
    Oct 5, 2023 – Apr 14, 2024
    Institut Valencià d’Art Modern / IVAM
    Valencia, Spain
    What is “popular”? Popular is not fame or celebrity. Popular is not the products of mass culture. Popular is not pop. Popular is not the art of the people, nor the identity of the country, nor the symbols of the nation. The popular is not the product of the proletariat or the craftsmanship of the working classes. The popular is not folklore. The popular is not clichés or tourist souvenirs.The popular is not visual candy, one-euro merchandise, advertising royalties. Popular is somewhere in-between all of that (more…)