Albright-Knox Senior Curator Cathleen Chaffee to speak at El Buen Amigo

Cathleen Chaffee, senior curator at the Albright Knox Gallery in Buffalo, will discuss the museum’s collection, history, and importance at 6 p.m. February 2 at El Buen Amigo.

Chaffee, received her M.A. from the Courtauld Institute of Art and her Ph.D. at New York University's Institute of Fine Arts. She previously served as assistant curator of modern and contemporary art at the Yale University Art Gallery. She came to Albright Knox in 2014.

As an independent curator, she has organized exhibitions that have appeared at the Swiss Institute, The Explorers Club, and White Box gallery in New York.

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery focuses on contemporary and modern art and has a collection comprising more than 6,500 works. It was founded in 1862.

The event is free but those who attend will be asked to make a voluntary $10-dollar contribution to El Buen Amigo/Latin American Cultural Association to help cover the costs of food and refreshments at the event.

For more information contact El Buen Amigo.

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