Thursday, May 6, 2010
"Eclectic Lady": Curator Thelma Golden
Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, Thelma Golden is equally revered for her keen eye for emerging artists as she is for her lively sartorial vision. Golden spent the bulk of her career as a curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, which made her a fixture on the cosmopolitan contemporary art scene. Jet-setting around the globe in the name of art calls for an eclectic wardrobe for every season. Golden has been quoted as saying that if she didn't work in the arts, she'd love to work for Oprah. We think the fashion world would make a better fit...
Thelma Golden is one stylish lady who has a particular propensity for eclectic prints. Though prints appear to be her signature, it's obvious that she's a women who also likes to mix things up, by peppering her wardobe with a variety of chic pieces to complete her look. Her career is one that displays as well as praises artistic creations, one for which she is perfectly suited.