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Adam Greenhalgh, an associate curator at the National Gallery of Art, has been lead author since January 2015 on the team producing the catalogue raisonné Mark Rothko: The Works on Paper. He joined the Gallery in 2012 when he was selected as an Andrew W. Mellon postdoctoral curatorial fellow in the department of modern prints and drawings. During his three-year-long fellowship, he conceived and organized the exhibition The Serial Impulse at Gemini G.E.L. (2015), cocurated the exhibition Yes, No, Maybe: Artists Working at Crown Point Press (2013), and coauthored the accompanying catalog. He also mounted a display of John Cage's prints, John Cage: Rocks, Paper, Fire, to commemorate the 2012 centennial of Cage's birth. Greenhalgh completed his doctoral degree in the department of art history and archaeology at the University of Maryland, College Park, in 2011. His dissertation, "Risky Business: Chance and Contingency in American Art around 1900," was supported by fellowships from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Henry Luce Foundation, among others. He has published on American art in a number of journals and exhibition and collection catalogs, and has worked at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute and the Corcoran Gallery of Art. He also holds degrees from Williams College (MA, 2000) and the University of Virginia (BA, 1996).
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The Serial Impulse at Gemini G.E.L
October 4, 2015–February 7, 2016
Yes, No, Maybe: Artists Working at Crown Point Press
September 1, 2013–January 5, 2014
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