Jennifer Gross, who is currently curator of modern and contemporary art at the Yale University Art Gallery, in New Haven, Conn., has been tapped by Lincoln, Mass.’s deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum to be its new deputy director for curatorial affairs and chief curator, Art in America reports.
Ms. Gross has been with Yale since 2000, when she arrived from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, where she served as curator of contemporary art. She has also curated shows outside of her home institutions, including the Whitney’s 2012 Richard Artschwager retrospective, “Richard Artschwager!”
In other Jennifer Gross news, “The Société Anonyme: Modernism for America,” the illuminating exhibition she organized about the modern art museum started by Marcel Duchamp, Katherine Dreier, Man Ray, in 1920, closes at the Yale Art Gallery this Sunday. Don’t miss it!