Emily Rauh Pulitzer Curatorial Fellow in Contemporary Drawings
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Ph.D., The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
M.A., The Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
B.A., Bard College
Madeline Murphy Turner is a curator and art historian who specializes in contemporary art from Latin America, with a focus on topics of gender, ecology, and performance. At the Harvard Art Museums, she works closely with Mitra Abbaspour, the Houghton Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, and Joachim Homann, the Maida and George Abrams Curator of Drawings, on expanding and exhibiting the contemporary drawings collection. Before joining the museums, she was the Cisneros Institute Research Fellow/C-MAP Latin America Fellow at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, where she collaborated on the exhibition Chosen Memories: Contemporary Latin American Art from the Patricia Phelps de Cisneros Gift and Beyond (2023). She also co-edited the Cisneros Institute’s forthcoming anthology on art and the environment in contemporary Latin America.
“The Measure of the Moon: Suwon Lee.” In Night Fever, ed. Shanay Jhaveri. Brooklyn: Shoestring Press. (Forthcoming)
“Above and Below: Embodied Knowledge in the Work of Laura Anderson Barbata.” In Laura Anderson Barbata: Singing Leaf. New York: Marlborough Gallery, 2023.
“Jaider Esbell: Fisuras entre los mundos.” Revista Transas (2022).