July - August 2008
Julie Sasse is curator of modern and contemporary art at the Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona. In that role she curated numerous exhibitions, including The Grand Canyon: From Dream to Icon (2006); Bailey Doogan: Selected Works, 1971–1998 (2005); and Terence LaNoue: Layers Concealed and Revealed (2003). In addition, Sasse has written extensively on modern and contemporary artists including Mayme Kratz, Andrew Young, and Christopher Pelley. Her Clark project concerns preparations for an exhibition entitled Trouble in Paradise: Discord between Nature and Society, which will explore notions of the relationship between organized society, nature, and chaos in the post-enlightenment era.