Jennifer Dunlop Fletcher is an assistant curator in the Architecture and Design department at SFMOMA SFMOMA. Currently, she is curating a permanent collection exhibition featuring works by Buckminster Fuller. She recently completed an essay on the work of British artist, Ewan Gibbs, which will be published in conjunction with his first retrospective, Ewan Gibbs: America.
Prior to SFMOMA, she was at the Getty Research Institute where she co-curated exhibitions on Performance Art Evidence of Movement and the photography of Julius Shulman GRI. She was also on the board of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design LA Forum for 3 years, where she organized several architecture events around the city. At the Southern California Institute of Architecture SCI-ARC, she established its first gallery program and curated installations by architects Andrew Zago, Hernan Diaz-Alonso and Raimund Abraham, among others. Her first curatorial work in a museum was at the UCLA Hammer Museum where she worked closely with curator James Elaine on the Hammer Projects, including installations by Chris Johanson, Emma Kay, Francesca Gabbiani, and Paul Morrison HAMMER.
BA, Art History, New York University; MA, Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College; MDes, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
Senior Lecturer, Curatorial Practice