The Curator's View: Jill Brienza on Alan Shields

Installation view of the exhibition Alan Shields: In Motion (L-R) Ajax (1972-73), J+K (1975), and Dance Bag (1985). Photo: Daniel Gonzalez

An insider’s tour of the exhibition Alan Shields: In Motion with guest curator, Jill Brienza. Space is limited and reservations are strongly encouraged. 

Curator, producer, and writer Jill Brienza curated Alan Shields: A Survey, a traveling museum exhibition of the artist's work. For over ten years, Brienza was the director of The Roger Smith Gallery in Manhattan, presenting a multidisciplinary program that showcased works by artists such as Peter Fend, architect Ken Smith, and playwright/performer Sarah Jones. She has written on contemporary art for publications including Flash Art and Art Basel, and consults with corporations on the development of art-related initiatives and with individual artists on career development. Based in New York City and Shelter Island, New York, Brienza serves as an advisor to Hunter College's Arts Across the Curriculum initiative and serves on the boards of Creative Time, Independent Curators International, and the Stephen Petronio Dance Company. 

The Curator's View: Jill Brienza on Alan Shields
Sunday, November 2, 2014 - 11:00am
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$10 | Free for Members, Children, and Students
Includes Museum admission. Space is limited; advance reservations recommended.
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