William Morrow has been named associate curator of contemporary art at the Denver Art Museum. The museum’s collection includes works by artists such as Nicole Eisenman, Damien Hirst, Neo Rauch, Ed Ruscha, Sandy Skoglund and Shinique Smith. Morrow will begin by working on “Nick Cave: Sojourn,” which will open in June 2013.
Morrow was the founding director of 21c Museum, Louisville, Ky., where contemporary art is exhibited in a boutique hotel. He served there from 2005 to 2011. Currently on view is an exhibition of work by Brooklyn-based multimedium artist Anthony Goicolea.
Morrow earned a master of museum studies from the School for World Art and Museum Studies at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, and a master of art history and English literature from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in 2004.