Adam Kleinman

Witte de With, Rotterdam

Adam Kleinman (b. 1978, USA) 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. Before joining Witte de With, he was the
dOCUMENTA 13 Agent for Public Programming, and was curator at Lower
Manhattan Cultural Council where he created the interpretative
humanities program “Access Restricted”. Kleinman also developed
LentSpace, a cultural venue and garden design by Interboro Partners,
which repurposed an entire vacant Manhattan block. There, Kleinman
curated “Avenue of the Americas” (2010) and “Points & Lines” (2009).
Kleinman is a frequent contributor to multiple exhibition catalogs and
magazines including Bomb, Agenda, Artforum, e-flux journal, Frieze,
Mousse and Texte zur Kunst for which he used to run the column: New
York Letters.
Who Adam Kleinman Born United States of America, 1978
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