Currently Executive Director and Chief Curator, Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach.
Previously, director of The Moore Space, Miami, from 2002-2008 and Independent Curator since 1997.
In the past, I held the position of Adjunct Curator at inova, the Institute of Visual Arts; University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; and held positions at The Mexican Museum in San Francisco and the Cuban Museum of Art in Miami.
At The Moore Space, I organized exhibition projects with artists such as: Allora & Calzadlla, Carlos Amorales, John Bock, Sean Dack, Jeppe Hein, Tracey + The Plastics, Jonathan Monk, Aida Ruilova, Hernan Bas, Jim Lambie, Patty Chang, Joan Jonas, Yang Fudong, and numerous group exhibitions.
In 2007 I worked on French Kissing in the USA, a group exhibition that takes its title from a 1986 hit song by Blondie, to present the emerging scene of French artists.
Independently, I worked on exhibitions such as None of the Above: Contemporary Work by Puerto Rican Artists at Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT; Quirky, Odd and Out of Sorts at MACLA, San Jose, CA; Landmark/Allora & Calzadilla at the Escuela de Artes Plasticas in San Juan; Quisqueya Henríquez; Habitat en Tránsito/Piñones (In-Situ), Javier Cambre’s project for the 2002 Bienal Exhibition of the Whitney Museum of American Art; Pepón Osorio: Door to Door at Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico in San Juan; Arte del Nuevo Medio: Doce Propuestas Electrónicas at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Puerto Rico; and I was the Puerto Rico commissioner to the 1997 Bienal de Sao Paolo.
I have participated in Project Rooms at ARCO and ArtMiami, have lectured extensively and participated in numerous grant panels and award selection committees, most recently as a juror to the Guggenheim Museum’s Hugo Boss Award for 2006. In 2007, I was a finalist for the Walter Hopps Award for Curatorial Achievement and participated in the Center for Curatorial Leadership program.