Location: New York
Notable project: ”Crossing Brooklyn”
Rujeko Hockley is an Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum. She is particularly interested in social movements and the African diaspora. Hockley has written widely about black art and gained experience at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Hockley also often brings artists together to talk about their work. She recently moderated a talk between Sanford Biggers and Saul Williams and their relationship to Afrofuturism. Hockley is organizing "Crossing Brooklyn," a show that highlights work of local Brooklyn artists from Bushwick to Bay Ridge that opens this fall and runs through 2015 at Brooklyn Museum.
via Young Curators You Should Know About on Complex.com