Henriette Huldisch

Henriette Huldisch is a curator at the Nationalgalerie at Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum for Contemporary Art in Berlin, where she has curated ‘Anthony McCall: Five Minutes of Pure Sculpture', ‘Live to Tape: The Mike Steiner Collection at Hamburger Bahnhof' and, with Eugen Blume, ‘Joseph Beuys: 8 Days in Japan and the Utopia of Eurasia'. Since 2010, Huldisch has also served as Visiting Curator at Cornerhouse, Manchester. From 2004-2008, Huldisch was assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and curated or co-curated exhibitions such as the 2008 Whitney Biennial; ‘Small: The Object in Film, Video, and Slide Installation', ‘Full House: The Whitney’s Collection and 75'; and many others. Among her publications is a forthcoming monograph on Ellen Harvey (Gregory R. Miller & Co, 2012) and the 2008 Biennial Exhibition catalogue (co-authored with Shamim M. Momin); Huldisch's essays and reviews have appeared in Code Share (CAC Vilnius, 2011), Artforum, Collecting the New: Museums and Contemporary Art (Princeton UP, 2005), and elsewhere.