Rachel Greene is an art advisor who specializes in contemporary art. She has nearly two decades of experience working in and with galleries, museums, organizations, and artists. Her longstanding relationships with key participants in the contemporary art world yield high-level connections for clients at galleries and museums.
She was on faculty at NYU’s MFA program in Studio Art from 2005-2009, and advised the office of the Prime Minister of France on museum initiatives from 2010-2012. Collections she has built have been featured in recent issues of Architectural Digest and Vogue, and a hotel collection she curated with Erica Samuels is the flagship Park Hyatt in New York City.
Rachel's writing about art includes books -- INTERNET ART published in Thames and Hudson’s prestigious WORLD OF ART series in 2004, catalogue essays such as the Whitney Biennial (2004), TODD JAMES (2002), and many magazine reviews.
Other affiliations include the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program of which she is a proud alumna, Rhizome.org, and Participant, Inc, an alternative space on the Lower East Side of New York where she is a founding board member.