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Jadine Collingwood,

Jadine Collingwood, Assistant Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, holds a Ph.D. in Art History from the University of Chicago, where she completed her dissertation, 'A Tragic Suburban Mentality’: Managerial Lyricism in Contemporary Art. At the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, she has curated projects including Chicago Works: Caroline Kent (2021), Martine Syms: She Mad Season One (2022), and Gary Simmons: Public Enemy (with René Morales, 2023). Previously, she worked at the Walker Art Center where she was part of the curatorial team for several exhibitions, including the major retrospective Siah Armajani: Follow This Line (with Victoria Sung, 2018), the group exhibition The Body Electric (with Pavel Pyś, 2019), and the multidisciplinary exhibition The Paradox of Stillness (with Vincenzo de Bellis, 2021). Prior to the Walker, Collingwood was an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the Art Institute of Chicago, where she assisted with the exhibitions Design Episodes: The Modern Chair (2016) and Helena Almeida: Work Is Never Finished (2017).