Andrew Blackley

Andrew Blackley is the Director of Collections Research and is a faculty member at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.  At ​CCS ​Bard, Blackley develops research initiatives ​that​ contextualize the ​fine art ​collections at CCS and facilitates access to them.

Prior to CCS Bard, Blackley worked with the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation as the Associate Director of Research and Archives. As a curator, he organized multiple exhibitions at the Fales Library and Special Collections at New York University (including Keith Haring: Languages, in conjunction with the Keith Haring Foundation) alongside working in various capacities in the studios of artists Kelley Walker, Lutz Bacher, Anne Collier, and Danh Vo (the last-mentioned in advance of the 2015 exhibition Slip of the Tongue, Punta della Dogana, Fondation François Pinault, Venice.) He has published texts and interviews with Afterall, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Heidelberger Kunstverein/Bom Dia Books, 3am, BOMB.


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