Jenny Mushkin Goldman is an independent curator and art advisor based in New York City. This past June, she presented En Caul, a solo show of paintings, drawings, and hybrid-sculptures by Adam Krueger, which was the inaugural exhibition of her gallery project Kin + Gold. In April 2017, she co-curated with Romain Dauriac the group show Singular Object, which was organized in celebration of the future New York City building, 53W53, designed by the renowned architect Jean Nouvel. Exploring the intersection of art and architecture, Singular Object presented works by Jean Baudrillard, Sarah Braman, Isabelle Cornaro, M.C. Escher, Hugh Ferriss, Adam Fowler, Katsumi Hayakawa, Nir Hod, Jenny Holzer, Rachel Lee Hovnanian, Iván Navarro, Francesca Pasquali, Jon Rafman, Evan Robarts, Will Ryman, James Turrell, and Dustin Yellin.
Other exhibitions she curated include Beyond Secretary at Mark Borghi Fine Arts in the Fall of 2016, featuring works by Rachel Debuque, Elaine de Kooning, Rebecca Goyette, Hyon Gyon, Grace Johnson, Mercedes Matter, Livia Mourao, Sarah Sole, Tammy Smith, Betty Tompkins, and Mie Yim; Smile!, presented by Shin Gallery in Spring 2016, which included works by Betty Tompkins, Deborah Kass, Hyon Gyon, Rebecca Goyette, Emily Weiskopf, and Emily Noelle Lambert; Papercut (co-curated with Vaughn Massey) at the National Arts Club, New York (October 15 – 26, 2014); The Space Between (co-curated with Ryan Bradley) at the National Arts Club, New York (December 3 -14, 2012), amongst others.
Goldman worked for Jeff Koons from 2011 - 2013 and then again from 2014 - 2017 in sales, auctions, and exhibitions, including Koons’s 2014/15 career retrospective for which she liaised with the Whitney Museum of American Art, Centre Pompidou, and Guggenheim Bilbao. Other past professional experience includes Paul Kasmin Gallery from 2013-2014, where she worked in sales with such artists as Walton Ford, James Nares, and Les Lalanne.
Goldman is the founding co-curator and co-creator (with Gerard McNamee) of the Quarterly Art Soirée (The QAS), an all day arts event that featured programming ranging from film screenings to contemporary art showcased throughout Webster Hall in New York. She received a Master’s degree in Art Business from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art and a Bachelor’s degree in Art History from New York University.