Jade Niklai is an independent curator of contemporary art, architecture and design. Her previous curatorial posts took place at the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2000-01), the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest (2002), National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2003), the Sydney Biennale (2004) and the Architecture Foundation, London (2005-07), where she curated Tate Modern’s largest public event, Debate London (2007). She was also founding curator at Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne (2003-04) and at Norman Foster’s architecture practice, Foster + Partners, London (2008-09). In 2010 Jade co-founded Blood Mountain Foundation, an independent non-profit arts organisation, where she works as curator/director. Based in Vienna, she also works as an independent art curator, consultant and writer. Jade holds a BA in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London with a dissertation in performance art and Central Eastern European politics (2000); and an MA in Art Curatorship from the School of Creative Arts, University of Melbourne with a thesis on the museology of design (2004).
To find out more: