Deputy director and chief curator at Miami’s Institute of Contemporary Art, 29-year old Alex Gartenfeld has taken the art world by storm. Since his humble beginings curating shows in his Chinatown walk-up apartment in 2009, Gartenfeld has been an editor at Art and America and Interview, interim director of the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, and most recently, asked to organize the New Museum’s 2018 Triennial.
Gartenfeld will be celebrating Miami Art Week Opening Night this year with the opening of “On Day on Success Street,” a major survey of Thomas Bayrle’s work at the ICA in Miami’s Design District. And if you’re a member of the museum, you can join him at the after-party.
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