Lisa Kim is gallery director at the foundation’s New York City headquarters. She has spent the past 25 years curating visual arts exhibitions and managing arts programming and operations in both the private and public realm.
Her early work as a curator for corporate clients led to a 12-year role managing operations for the Gagosian fine arts gallery, as well as coordinating the gallery’s design and construction. Later, Lisa served as director of New York City’s public art program, commissioning and integrating art into public facilities, including schools, firehouses, parks, and transportation spaces. Most recently, she served as cultural affairs director for Two Trees Management real estate company, where she managed arts initiatives, community development, and cultural philanthropy.
Lisa earned a master’s of industrial design from Pratt Institute and a bachelor of arts from Barnard College, where she was an art history major.