. In the Past Two Years, Museums Have Finally Started Hiring Black Women for Top Jobs. Why Are So Many Already Leaving? « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ART NET NEWS – I cheered when I read that Kimberly Drew would take up the role of associate director at Pace Gallery. I also cheered when Naomi Beckwith was appointed deputy director of the Guggenheim, when Maria Rosario Jackson took the helm of the NEA, when Vivian Crockett signed on as curator at the New Museum, and when Eunice Bélidor became the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’s first Black curator in the institution’s 161 years. With each headline I think, We’re finally being seen. But I’ve also learned that being seen and making change are two different things. Being seen can happen in a moment.


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