Zoe Whitley's Art World

Zoe Whitley's Art World
Zoe Whitley is an American curator in London whose profile rose considerably in her homeland when she co-organized with Naima J. Keith, The Shadows Took Shape, the 2013-14 exhibition on Afrofuturism at the Studio Museum in Harlem that attracted large broad media attention.   She currently is assisting with the Tate Modern's development of its contemporary African art collection.  Though her work with African, European and African American artists and her extensive network of friends and colleagues both here and abroad, Whitley is poised to become an international curator in the continuing style of Simon Njami and Okwui Enwezor or for special collaborations such as the one of Richard Powell (USA) and Peter A. Bailey (UK) for Rhapsodies in Black, described below.   Zoe Whitley’s work on The Shadows Took Shape stemmed from conversations about Afrofuturism …