Regine Basha

Since 1993, Regine Basha has been curating innovative exhibitions for public institutions, civic spaces, magazines and private galleries nationally and internationally. With an exploratory approach to exhibition design, production and reception, Basha works closely with artists to create specific contexts in which to encounter the work. A curatorial history can be found on
Basha was born in Israel to Iraqi parents, she grew up in Montreal and Los Angeles and attended New York University, Concordia University (Studio Art and Art History) and graduated from Bard College, Center for Curatorial Studies’ inaugural class of 1996.
Her exhibitions have received grant awards from The Andy Warhol Foundation, The Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation and The National Endowment for the Arts as well as critical press in The New York Times, Artforum, Modern Painters, Art Papers, Wire, Bidoun, Art Lies, Artforum and NPR Radio. She currently sits on the board of Art Matters and Aurora Picture Show.
Since 2007, Christian Rattemeyer has served as the Harvey S. Shipley Miller Associate Curator in the Department of Drawings at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. At MoMA, Rattemeyer curated the exhibitions Alighiero Boetti: Game Plan (2012), Eyes Closed/Eyes Open: Recent Acquisitions in Drawing (2012), Projects 95: Runa Islam (2011), I Am Still Alive: Politics and Everyday Life in Contemporary Drawing (2011), Compass in Hand: Selections from The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection (2009) and Lines, Grids, Stains, Words (2007). From 2003 to 2007 Rattemeyer was the curator at Artists Space in New York, and previously worked as Communications Editor for Documenta11 in Kassel, Germany. His most recent book is Exhibiting the New Art. Op Losse Schroeven and When Attitudes Become Form 1969 (London: Afterall Publishers 2010). Rattemeyer has taught at several art schools, including the Center for Curatorial Studies and the MFA Program in Photography, both at Bard College.