The Drawing Center Appoints New Development Director and Assistant Curator

The Drawing Center Appoints New Development Director and Assistant Curator

The Drawing Center Appoints New Development Director and Assistant Curator

The Drawing Center announces the appointments of Bruno Nouril to the post of Development Director and Rosario Güiraldes as Assistant Curator and Open Sessions Curator. Nouril will oversee all of The Drawing Center's fundraising activities and special events, and will spearhead awareness of new initiatives like Winter Term. Güiraldes will co-curate Open Sessions with Lisa Sigal and will assist on and develop her own projects for The Drawing Center's exhibition program.

Brett Littman, Executive Director of The Drawing Center, says about the new appointments, "As The Drawing Center prepares for its next decade I cannot think of two better staff members than Bruno and Rosario to help us plan and execute our vision and mission-related programs. Both have keen insights and deep knowledge about the art world and are engaged in new and profound thinking about the relationship between culture and the world at large."

ABOUT BRUNO NOURIL

Bruno Nouril joins the Drawing Center after working in the development departments of the Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA), ART21 (producers of the PBS series Art in the Twenty-First Century), and most recently, the Queens Museum. Bruno holds a BA in Religious Studies from NYU and an MA. in Arts Management from Maastricht University in the Netherlands.<


ABOUT ROSARIO GÜIRALDES

Rosario Güiraldes is a curator and editor based in New York City. She has organized curatorial projects and public programs at Hessel Museum, New York; Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires; Judd Foundation, New York City; Consulate General of Argentina in New York; and Peña, Buenos Aires. Her most recent project Forensic Architecture: Towards an Investigative Aesthetics is being presented in different versions at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary ART (MACBA), Barcelona (2017), and at the University Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC), Mexico City (2017). Güiraldes has edited numerous publications, such as Pioneer Works Journal; Forensic Architecture: Hacia una estética investigativa; Staging; The Present is the Form of All Life: The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST; aCCseSsions; Compost; and Correspondencia. At Fundacion PROA, she also organized Forensis (2015) with Eyal Weizman and Anselm Franke. Güiraldes holds a B.Arch from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and an MA in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.