Ozana Plemenitash

Ozana Plemenitash, USA
Ozana Plemenitash is senior at New York University studying Art History and French. Striving to share her enthusiasm for the arts with the student population, she is the co-president of NYU’s Fine Arts Society. In 2013, she helped co-curate an exhibition at Ursinus College entitled A to Z: Highlighting the Berman Collection. She has held numerous internships within the arts, including positions at the International Center of Photography and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts. In the summer of 2015, she began dabbling in freelance journalism by writing for the online platform Art Versed. She currently works at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery.

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Steve McCurry at the Rubin Museum: High on Beauty Low on Original Perspective
Article date: Monday, February 15, 2016

Steve McCurry at the Rubin Museum: High on Beauty Low on Original Perspective

Occupying the 5th floor of the Rubin Museum “Steve McCurry: India” covers a broad expanse of time, 1982-2014, during the American photojournalist’s frequent trips to India. The exhibition brings together a diverse portrayal of the country displaying portraits of its people, monuments, landscapes, seasons, and urban and rural life. Created through collaboration the exhibition was co-organized by the Rubin Museum and the International Center of Photography and curated by Lia Zaaloff and Christopher Phillips.

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Luc Tuymans, Flemish Village 1995.  Collection MuHKA, Antwerp

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