Jordan Stein is a co-founder/director of Will Brown, a collaborative project that currently takes form as an experimental exhibition and program space in San Francisco. Will Brown has mounted shows about Giorgio Morandi copies, museums within museums, illegitimately acquired artworks, and the history of black monochromatic painting. Stein is also the founder of Glass, house, a project-based curatorial initiative that explores notions of transparency and reflectivity in contemporary art practice and presentation. With artists and non-artists, Glass, house publishes books, makes films, and releases records. At the Exploratorium, a museum of human perception in San Francisco, he is currently developing projects with artists Harrell Fletcher, Lucky Dragons, and Fujiko Nakaya. Stein graduated with an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2005 and participated in the Curatorial Intensive Program, organized by Independent Curators International, in 2010. He is a 2010 recipient of Southern Exposure's Alternative Exposure Award.
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|Jordan Stein||September 23, 2012|