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Lisa Corrin

July - December 2011

Lisa Corrin has held the positions of: Director, the Williams College Museum of Art/Lecturer in Art, Deputy Director of Art/Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art (Seattle Art Museum), Chief Curator (Serpentine Gallery, London), and Chief Curator of (The Contemporary, Baltimore). She has curated more than 50 solo and group exhibitions of contemporary art as well as innovative exhibitions using permanent collections. Corrin was also the artistic lead on a new waterfront sculpture park in Seattle. She has published widely on contemporary art, public art, and museology, including Mining the Museum: An Installation by Fred Wilson and a Phaidon monograph on artist Mark Dion. While a Clark Fellow she will be working on Museums in the New World Order, a book of essays exploring the wider social, geopolitical, and economic issues that are transforming these cultural institutions from the explosion of social media to new definitions of curator. Photo by Elizabeth Leitzell © 2010

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