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Jamie G. Manné joins Kayne Griffin Corcoran as Director
Previously, Manné worked with the Marciano Collection beginning in 2010, and most recently as the Marciano Art Foundation’s Deputy Director, since 2017.

LOS ANGELES, CA.- Kayne Griffin Corcoran announced the appointment of Jamie G. Manné to Director. Previously, Manné worked with the Marciano Collection beginning in 2010, and most recently as the Marciano Art Foundation’s Deputy Director, since 2017.

In her new role Manné will focus on expanding community outreach through strategic programming initiatives as well as managing the gallery’s growing stable of artists.

“We couldn’t be happier to welcome Jamie to Kayne Griffin Corcoran and know she will be a tremendous asset as we continually look for new and innovative ways to support and service our artists,” said Partner Maggie Kayne. “At a moment when the traditional gallery model is changing so rapidly it’s important to think outside of the box. Coming from one of LA’s most visible arts non-profits Jamie will bring a fresh perspective and new ideas which we look forward to integrating into the gallery’s vision.”

Kayne Griffin Corcoran is a Los Angeles based art gallery representing established and emerging contemporary artists with a focus on the aesthetics, theories, and practices that have defined the Southern California art scene from the postwar era to the present. Informed by the philosophies of three generations, the gallery was founded in 2011 by partners Maggie Kayne, Bill Griffin and James Corcoran. Kayne Griffin Corcoran works collaboratively with internationally recognized institutions and other commercial galleries to promote its artists to a global audience via carefully curated solo and group exhibitions and through participation in leading art fairs worldwide. This mission is complemented through the design and production of artists’ books, monographs, exhibition catalogues and further curatorial research and writing. Kayne Griffin Corcoran is also committed to working with artists and outside curators to stage historical and group exhibitions designed to relate the program to a broader art historical dialogue.

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