Whitechapel Gallery adds Daniel Herrmann and Kirsty Ogg to curatorial team
The Whitechapel Gallery has two new members in its curatorial department: Daniel Herrmann is now the curatorial programme manager and Kirsty Ogg is a curator. Herrmann was previously curator of the Paolozzi Collection and 20th-century works on paper at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. While there, he curated a number of exhibitions, including “Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945”, “Miroslaw Balka: Entering Paradise”, “Paul McCarthy and the Myth of the Artist”, and “Echoes of Antiquity: Eduardo Paolozzi and Traditional Sources”. Ogg was director of The Showroom, London and is currently a lecturer on the MA curating course at Goldsmiths. She has worked with artists such as Jim Lambie, Claire Barclay, Eva Rothschild, Subodh Gupta, Richard Hughes and Daria Martin to present their first solo shows in London.