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New Approaches to Institutional Partnerships
Live Webinar
Thursday, October 26, 2017
2 - 3 pm ET



There is an increasing call for collaborative partnerships between institutions, specifically through traveling exhibitions, to capitalize on budgets and share intellectual expertise. These exhibitions offer opportunities to reach a variety of audiences, enjoy longevity, and bolster collaborative paradigms. Approaches have included developing citywide initiatives and originating exhibitions intended for travel, and curating content to be translated within a variety of contexts. 


Meet the Speakers
(listed alphabetically)


Gannit Ankori, Professor of Fine Arts & Chair in Israeli Art, Department of Fine Arts, Brandeis University, Panelist


Gannit Ankori is Professor of Art History and Theory and Chair and Head of the Division of Creative Arts at Brandeis University. Her book, Palestinian Art  (2006) was awarded the prestigious “Polonsky Prize for Originality and Creativity in the Humanistic Disciplines”. In addition to her many publications, she has curated exhibitions on Israeli and Palestinian art, including, "Home" (1997) with Jack Persekian at Gallery Anadiel, Jerusalem; "Dor Guez: 100 Steps to the Mediterranean" (2012) at the Rose Art Museum; "Rose Video 07: Nira Pereg" (2015) and "Ben Hagari: Potter's Will" (2016) also at the Rose Art Museum. 

Gannit is internationally renowned for her publications on Frida Kahlo, among them the 2013 book Frida Kahlo that is part of Reaktion Books' acclaimed 'Critical Lives' series; her 2002 Imaging Her Selves: Frida Kahlo’s Poetics of Identity and Fragmentation; and a major catalogue essay for the Kahlo retrospective at Tate Modern, London (2005). She also curated the exhibition and online feature "Frida Kahlo's Intimate Family Picture" at the Jewish Museum in New York (2003-4). She is currently working with the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on a Kahlo exhibition.


Claire Breukel, Executive Director, Y.ES Contemporary El Salvador, Panelist, Moderator & Co-Organizer

South African, Claire Breukel is Executive Director of Y.ES Contemporary El Salvador and Curator for the city of Bal Harbour. Introduced to Miami through the Rubell Family Collection, she worked as Executive Director of Locust Projects before becoming nomadic as Curator for Sportslifestyle brand PUMA, implementing arts partnerships in Africa and the Caribbean. Between 2011-2013 she co-produced 2013 (RED) Design Auction at Sotheby’s New York curated by Jony Ive and Marc Newson.  She has written for Harvard’s Revista,Whitewall, Arte Aldia, Eikon, Women’s Review, and more, and co-edited the publication, Y.ES Collect Contemporary El Salvador. She is an immigrant. 



Devi Noor, Curatorial Assistant, American Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Panelist, Co-Organizer

Devi Noor is the curatorial assistant in the American Art department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). During her tenure, she has assisted in a number of exhibitions and installations, most recently Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist (2014); LACMA Collects: Scenes of the Great Migration (curator, 2014); and The Hudson River School: Nature and the American Vision (2014). Her current research is on twentieth-century African American art in Los Angeles. Noor received her Bachelor’s degree in Classical Archaeology at the University of California, Santa Barbara and was mostly recently a fellow of the Getty Leadership Institute’s 2017 NextGen program.



Juan Roselione-Valadez, Director, Rubell Family Collection, Panelist

As director of the Rubell Family Collection/Contemporary Arts Foundation, Mr. Valadez is responsible for managing, exhibiting and loaning the foundations’ expanding collection of 7,500 paintings, sculptures, installations and photographs. This includes commissioning large scale works, presenting exhibitions at the foundation’s museum in Miami and traveling these exhibitions to museums worldwide.  Recent exhibitions have been presented at the Detroit Institute of Arts (30 Americans),  Madrid’s Fundacion Santander (Paintings from the Rubell Family Collection), Washington D.C.’s National Museum of Women in the Arts (No Man’s Land), San Antonio’s McNay Museum of Art (Made in Germany), Cincinnati Museum of Art (30 Americans) and San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum (28 Chinese). 


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