ARTnews in Brief: Jova Lynne Rejoins MOCAD as Senior Curator—and More from September 14, 2020

ARTnews in Brief: Jova Lynne Rejoins MOCAD as Senior Curator—and More from September 14, 2020

Monday, September 14

Jova Lynne Rejoins MOCAD as Senior Curator
After leaving the institution earlier this year, Jova Lynne has returned to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit as senior curator. Lynne first joined MOCAD in 2017, and was appointed senior curator in November 2019. She departed in spring 2020 amid protests against the leadership of executive director Elysia Borowy-Reeder, who was placed on administrative leave following accusations of “allegations of poor management and racial and gender bias (including harassment and bullying) from current and former employees.” (Borowy-Reeder was later terminated by the museum.) Lynne regained her responsibilities effective immediately and is currently planning an exhibition of Detroit artists slated to open February 2021.

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Published at Mon, 14 Sep 2020 19:42:47 +0000