After having served for three years as the Dallas Museum of Art’s curator of European painting and sculpture, Nicole R. Myers been promoted to the status of senior curator of European art at the Texan institution.
The decision was announced by the museum’s director, Agustín Arteaga, who stated in a release, “In her time at the DMA, Nicole has already demonstrated incredible leadership through her significant contributions to scholarship, visionary acquisitions, and compelling exhibitions that highlight the strength and breadth of the DMA’s collection.”
During her time with the museum, Myers has overseen numerous acquisitions of works by European masters such as Derick Baegert, Emile Bernard, and Adélaïde Labille-Guiard. She has also overseen various solo shows, including “Berthe Morisot, Woman Impressionist,” which opens at the DMA on February 24.
In a statement, Myers said, “I am thrilled to be part of such a dynamic institution as it starts an exciting new chapter under Dr. Arteaga’s direction, and I look forward to sharing groundbreaking exhibitions, research, and programming dedicated to European art in the years to come.”