Affiliation: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston
Rebecca Matalon is Curator at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. Previously Matalon was Assistant Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, where she organized exhibitions including Tongues Untied (2015), Mickalene Thomas: Do I Look Like a Lady? (2016), Rick Owens: Furniture (2016), Welcome to the Dollhouse (2018), and Décor: Barbara Bloom, Andrea Fraser, Louise Lawler (2018). Most recently, Matalon co-organized Zoe Leonard: Survey (2018), a major mid-career retrospective of the work of Zoe Leonard, which debuted at The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York and traveled to The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in November 2018. From 2015-2019, she was a Co-Founder and Curator at JOAN, a not- for-profit exhibition space in Los Angeles, where she organized solo exhibitions with Nevine Mahmoud (2015), Aura Rosenberg (2016, with Adam Marnie), Roni Shneior (2017), and Harry Dodge (2018, with Adam Marnie), as well as group exhibitions SYLVIA BATAILLE (2015, with Adam Marnie) and Spine: Madeline Hollander, Eva LeWitt, Ragen Moss (2018).