Pittsburgh’s Andy Warhol Museum announced today that it has tapped Keny Marshall to be its director of exhibitions. Marshall, “a consultant working with artists and museums to design, fabricate, and install interactive artworks and complex installation projects,” according to the museum’s news release, begins in his new position next Tuesday, April 28.
The new hire comes just a week after the Warhol appointed Bartholomew Ryan, a curator at Minneapolis’s Walker Art Center, as Milton Fine Curator of Art.
Marshall has worked on exhibition design all over the place. Here’s the Warhol’s list: “the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas; the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles; the State Museum of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg; and the Warhol’s sister institution, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh.”
“The museum has a refreshing approach to exhibitions that is both inventive and entrepreneurial, enabling audiences worldwide to connect with Warhol’s work in new ways,” Marshall said in a statement released to press. “I look forward to working with such an innovative institution and this singular collection.”