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New museum selects curators for next triennial, first after $89 million expansion

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New York City’s New Museum has chosen two curators to curate the next edition of its well-attended triennial, selecting both internally and, for the first time, internationally: New Museum curator Vivian Crockett and the Museu of Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP) curator Isabella Rjeille. They will enjoy more space than their predecessors as this will be the first edition of the recurring exhibit after the completion of the institution’s $89 million, designed by Shohei Shigematsu and Rem Koolhaas. expansion. This will be the sixth edition of the museum’s triennial, which will open five years after its last iteration, in 2026.

“Isabella is the first international curator to be part of the Triennale and brings a wealth of experience from MASP, one of the most exciting institutions for modern and contemporary art,” Massimiliano Gioni, New Museum Artistic Director and Co-Curator of its inaugural triennial, said in a statement. “Vivian has just co-organized the New Museum’s critically acclaimed Wangechi Mutu investigation and is part of a new generation of curators shaping the conversation about art and culture in general.

Crockett joined the New Museum in 2022 after stints at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and SFMOMA. Rjeille has held various curatorial positions at MASP since 2016 and previously worked at the Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, during which time she was assistant curator at the 2016 São Paulo Biennale.

The New Museum on the Bowery in New York City with a rendering of its planned addition on the right OMA/Bloomimages.de

The New Museum Triennial was launched in 2009, a year after the institution opened in its new building on the Bowery, quickly becoming one of the three most-attended recurring exhibitions at New York museums, with the Whitney Biennial and MoMA PS1 quinquennial. Greater New York show.

The inaugural edition of the triennale, with the provocative title younger than jesus and exclusively featuring artists under 33, was co-curated by Gioni, Laura Hoptman and Lauren Cornell. The 2012 edition, The ungovernable, was curated by Eungie Joo, who was then Director and Curator of Education and Public Programs at the museum and is now Curator of Contemporary Art at SFMOMA. Cornell returned to co-organize the third edition of the triennial, Surround Audience, with artist Ryan Trecartin. The 2018 edition, songs for sabotage, was co-curated by New Museum curator Gary Carrion-Murayari and Alex Gartenfeld of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. In 2021, New Museum curator Margot Norton and Jamillah James of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles co-curated the fifth edition of the triennial, Freshwater hard stone.

The next expansion of the new museum, which will rise next to its Sanaa-designed building on the Bowery, was originally scheduled to open in 2022.

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