The Armory Show hosted the third annual Curatorial Leadership Summit chaired by José Carlos Diaz.
The Armory Show’s Curatorial Leadership Summit is an annual, invitation-only daylong program that aims to foster innovation in the curatorial landscape. Previous summits have invited museum directors and curators from around the world to explore, debate, and challenge important topics addressing the curatorial community. Following the closed-door session, panelists will deliver a keynote presentation which is open to the public.
José Carlos Diaz, Chief Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum and chair The Armory Show’s third annual Curatorial Leadership Summit, speaks about the evolving role of the curator and the importance of institutional transparency.
"Art fairs and biennials are wonderful ways to connect with our peers in the field, yet often we have limited time to sit and chat intimately with one another. The Summit is a rare opportunity to do so." — José Carlos Diaz
Thursday, May 14
Embracing the Uncertainty | A discussion with Sally Tallant, President and
Executive Director, Queens Museum and Suhanya Raffel, Museum Director, M+ Hong Kong.