Manon Slome
This week (the) Amanda Browder and Tom talk with curator Manon Slome about the “No Longer Empty” series of exhibitions. Manon is one of the curators of this year long series of shows, each of which inhabits an abandoned New York City store front for one month. Along the way the three talk about the dismal state of affairs in Ol’ New York and how we can make lemonade out of these lemons.

Manon Slome (PhD) is an independent curator working in New York City. From 2002 to June 2008 she was the Chief Curator of the Chelsea Art Museum in New York since its inception in 2002. During that time, she has curated and overseen a program of some forty exhibitions, symposia and museum publications as well as monographs and scholarly essays. Ms. Slome became highly involved with the Israeli art scene during her research for the exhibition, Such Stuff as Dreams are Made on”, (2005) and has followed and researched the Israeli scene for the last 3 years. Prior to the CAM, Ms. Slome worked as a curator at the Guggenheim Museum for 7 years and was a holder of a Helena Rubestein curatorial fellowship at the Whitney Independent Study program. She is currently working on a book, The Aesthetics of Terror.
Manon Slome
No Longer Empty
Chelsea Art Museum
Aesthetics of Terror
Capitol Fishing Tackle
Chelsea Hotel
Michael Bevilacqua
Ship of Fools
Bruce Richards
Scott Campbell
Joseph Aloi
Norman Mailer
Allen Ginsberg
Kate Gilmore
Guido Albi Marini
Tara de la Garza
Bronx Museum
Jose Parla
Rey Parla
The New York Times
Dorothy Spears
Becky Smith

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