Meaghan Kent

MEAGHAN KENT is the Founder and Director of SITE95 and the Interim Director of the new Ballston Gallery at Marymount University. Kent has been a gallery director for the past fifteen years where she managed the careers of internationally emerging and established artists and coordinated exhibitions locally and worldwide. She was previously based in Guadalajara, Mexico where she founded Páramo. Prior to Páramo, she worked at Casey Kaplan, Andrea Rosen Gallery, and I-20. Site95 curated projects include: the “Dead in August” series in New York, “P2V: P. Scott Cunningham and Antoine Lefebvre” at Dimensions Variable, Miami, “Trombly Rodriguez: The Fabric of a Space” at the Abrons Arts Center, New York, “Urban Interactions” at the Hillyer Art Space, Washington DC, and outdoor public commissions in Miami, Florida with Patrick McDonough and Sam Trioli. Kent co-organized “PaintersNYC” with Maureen Cavanaugh at El Museo de los Pintores Oaxaqueńos in Oaxaca, Mexico. Kent completed her MA in art history at George Washington University, Washington, DC and her BA at the College of Santa Fe, New Mexico. She has written for several publications including: “ArtHaps” and “Art in America”.