WHAT'S NEXT | A Conversation between Generations: The Art World and it Future Challenges
An intergenerational conversation between Art Historian and Curator Sharon Hecker and aspiring curator Maria Dolfini (Instagram Live, 26 April, 2020).
As Covid-19 has become a reality looming on our horizons, how should young creatives approach the art world? What should we expect as future curators, gallerists, collectors and artists? What are our anxieties, fears and hopes? What will matter?
Sharon Hecker (Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley) is an art historian, curator, author, educator, and consultant. A leading international authority on modern and contemporary Italian art and the artist Medardo Rosso, she has authored over 30 publications, including A Moment’s Monument: Medardo Rosso and the International Origins of Modern Sculpture, awarded the Millard Meiss Publication Fund Prize. Dr. Hecker has curated numerous exhibitions at institutions including the Harvard University Art Museums, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Nasher Sculpture Center, St. Louis Art Museum, and the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London.