Kin + Gold is an art advisory and curatorial program established by Jennifer Mushkin Goldman that works with clients and artists from around the world. Kin + Gold specializes in emerging and mid-career artists with interdisciplinary practices that balance compelling conceptual narratives with refined technical execution. Kin + Gold also focuses on participating in dialogues on relevant societal issues, believing that art is a powerful tool to promote progress.
Jenny Mushkin Goldman is an independent curator based in New York City. Her most recent exhibition, (co-curated with Romain Dauriac) was a group show entitled Singular Object, (April 5 - 21, 2017), organized in celebration of the future New York City building, 53W53, designed by the renowned architect, Pritzker Prize-winner 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, Dan Rees, Evan Robarts, Will Ryman, James Turrell, and Dustin Yellin.
Other Exhibitions include Beyond Secretary at Mark Borghi Fine Arts in the Fall of 2016, including 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!, which was presented by Shin Gallery in Spring 2016, which presented works by female artists: Betty Tompkins, Deborah Kass, Hyon Gyon, Rebecca Goyette, Emily Weiskopf and Emily Noelle Lambert; Papercut at the National Arts Club,New York (October 15 – 26, 2014); The Space Between at the National Arts Club,New York (December 3 -14, 2012); Urban Rhythms, a solo show of work by Jeffrey Burke (January 31-February 20, 2011) at the Art Bar at Webster Hall; Toys from My Attic featuring works by Russell Connor at the Art Bar at Webster Hall for a special event on April 4, 2011.
Mushkin Goldman is the founding 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.