Adam Kleinman
Description
Adam Kleinman is a writer and curator who has programmed numerous projects ranging from intimate site-specific performances to museum-scale exhibitions, conferences, and various print-based endeavors. Most recently, Kleinman was Curator at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. In this capacity, he created a series of programs including an annual nomadic lecture series, which opened rarely visited and often-prohibited spaces to host site-specific lectures by leading scholars addressing issues of justice, urban development, and economics. In addition to these duties, Kleinman developed and implemented LentSpace, a temporary sculpture park, performing arts venue, and public garden located on an entire vacant block in Manhattan. At LentSpace he presented a series of exhibitions, commissions, and events. In addition to his curatorial work, Kleinman is a frequent contributor to multiple magazines including Artforum, Bomb, e-flux journal, and Texte zur Kunst, for which he also runs a monthly column, New York Letters.
Public Program
Identifier
4220