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Three Business Leaders Join Cooper-Hewitt’s Board

(Courtesy Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum)

The Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum has announced the arrival of three new trustees: Jon Iwata, senior vice president of marketing and communications at IBM, Avi Reichental, president and CEO of 3D Systems (a 3-D printing company), and Todd Waterbury, senior vice president and executive creative director at Target Corporation. Their arrival brings the number of board members at the Upper East Side museum, currently in the midst of a $79-million renovation project that will increase exhibition space, to 36. Read More

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Jessie Washburne-Harris to Marian Goodman Gallery

Jarl and Pamela Mohn Collection Visit

Jessie Washburne-Harris has become a director at Marian Goodman gallery. She started at the gallery this week, and is based in New York. “The gallery is expanding and it seemed like a great opportunity,” she told Gallerist. Ms. Goodman, who runs one of the world’s most prominent galleries and represents artists such as Gerhard Richter and Read More

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Ellen Langan Named Partner at Maccarone

Michele Maccarone with Ellen Langan. (Courtesy bfanyc.com)

Ellen Langan, a director at Maccarone on Greenwich Street, has been named a partner at the gallery, according to an e-mail sent out this morning by Michele Maccarone. In her announcement, Ms. Maccarone said, “For nearly a decade, Ellen has been at the heart of developing the gallery program and expanding our artist roster, as Read More

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Margaret Sundell Joins the Drawing Center 

(Courtesy The Drawing Center)

The Drawing Center has announced that Margaret Sundell will now serve as executive editor of the Drawing Papers, the museum’s long-running series of catalogues. The position involves “recruiting writers, commissioning essays, editing the Drawing Papers, and maintaining the highest standards for all published institutional texts.” The post was previously held by Jonathan T.D. Neil, currently the director of the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in Los Angeles.  Read More