We said goodbye to Infinite Island at the end of January.
The show had a great run, and encouraged much enlightening discussion that will surely continue for years to come. It was a real privilege to be a part of that groundbreaking exhibition.
But, no time to dwell on nostalgia! One of the great things about working at the Brooklyn Museum is how quickly projects develop. We’re always working on something new, and this month is no exception. It’s time to make way for ©MURAKAMI!
Tamara Schechter joined the new Exhibitions Division as a Curatorial Assistant in October 2006. Born and raised in Queens, Tamara received her BA in Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University, and has had internships at Sotheby’s, the Frick Art Reference Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As the Exhibitions assistant, Tamara provides curatorial and administrative support to the entire Division, comprised of three Curators, the Exhibitions Manager, and the Interpretive Materials Manager.