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Opening Reception: Friday, November 16th, 7-9pm
Art Talk: coinciding reception
On view through December 12th.

Part of the Trestle Artist Residency program is the option to participate in an end-of-year Residency Exhibition with rotating prominent guest curators. The guest curator for the upcoming residency cycle will be Carmen Hermo, an assistant curator at the Brooklyn Museum. Incoming residents will have the opportunity to meet with her and show her their work before the exhibition.


Yasmeen Abdallah - Kate Alboreo - Keith Anderson - Adina Andrus - Lara Atallah

Hannah Rose Berry - Rosa Bozhkov - Nell Breyer - Steph Butchko - Noel Caban - Andrea Caldarise

Abby Cheney - Xiaolin Cheng - Ehren Clodfelter - Haleigh Collins - Andy Davis - Elise DeGarmo

Kat Deiner - Martin Dull - Todd Durm - Jackie Duvall-Smith - Alyssa Eble - Eliza Evans

Meryl Feigenberg - Jacqueline Ferrante - Saskia Fleishman - Naomi Frank - Adriana Gallo

Brittany Hayden - Dianne Hebbert - Colleen Ho - Catherine Jones - Julia Justo

Sophie Kahn - Christine Kim - Annika Jill Klein - Tzu Huan Lin - Genevieve Lowe - Cameron Meade

Jamie Mirabella - Kate Muehlemann - Onel Naar - Thuy Anh Nguyen - Gal Nissim - Seungkyung Oh

Aston Philip - Luke Poliseo - Tom Prinsell - Sam Rosenthal - Zoe Schwartz - Jordan Segal

Alexandra Seiler - Katie Shima - Becca Shmuluvitz - Ali Shrago-Spechler - Andre Szabo

Marcela Szwarc - Ruyin Tsai - Beverly Tu - Lesley Wamsley - Sora Woo


Hermo joined the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art’s curatorial team as Assistant Curator in June 2016. She is organizing and co-curating several of the initiatives and exhibitions celebrating the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Sackler Center, A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum.  

Previously, she was Assistant Curator for Collections at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2010–16), where she served on the museum’s Young Collectors Council acquisition committee devoted to acquiring and supporting the work of emerging artists. While there, she researched and promoted the Guggenheim’s permanent collection, overseeing the Collection Online and the outgoing loans program, and worked on acquisitions, collection management, and special projects. She co-curated the contemporary collection exhibitions Now’s the Time: Recent Acquisitions (2012–13) and Storylines: Contemporary Art at the Guggenheim (2015). She has previously worked with the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Museum of Modern Art.

Earlier Event: September 28
the alleyway to the prison's garden
Later Event: December 19
Introductions 2019: Julia Wilson