"Guggenheim Names First Black Deputy Director and Chief Curator": In case you missed it

The Guggenheim Museum has named Naomi Beckwith deputy director and chief curator, after Nancy Spector stepped down from that position amid charges of racism, The New York Times reported. Beckwith starts her new position in June, becoming the museum's first Black deputy director and chief curator.

In 2019, as Artnews reported, the Guggenheim hired Ashley James as associate curator of contemporary art, "making her the first full-time Black curator in the museum’s history."

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