About Cynthia Reeves

CYNTHIA-REEVES represents an international roster of established artists who share a process-apparent sensibility in their work. We are committed to artwork that demonstrates an authentic voice, an innovative use of materials, and an appreciation of the mark in diverse media: site-based installation, video, sculpture, painting and works on paper.

We are committed to an on-going dialog with international institutions, curators, and collectors – this outreach has generated a strong roster of museum exhibitions, public art programs, and permanent site-based installations worldwide. The gallery regularly exhibits at leading contemporary art fairs in key cities throughout the world.

A subtext to the gallery’s program is artwork that provokes a discourse around the convergence of art and science. Expanding the gallery model, CYNTHIA-REEVES is a forum for off-site and collaborative projects realized in concert with partner galleries and non-profit organizations. Our broad-based curatorial projects include artists working in all media to investigate current environmental issues through the lens of contemporary art.

We initiate public art projects in the US and abroad placing large-scale works in the public domain for both permanent and temporary installations, in such locations as New York City, London, Boston, San Diego, Miami, Salt Lake City, Philadelphia, Las Vegas and Dallas.

Azariah Aker, Senior Project Manager
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Azariah Aker holds a degree in photographic arts with a minor in education from Prescott College and has more than 13 years experience in fine arts administration and project management. His knowledge of materials and fabrication methods allows him to oversee large scale commissioned projects and assure they run on budget and meet required engineering standards. This same knowledge allows him to plan and execute a cloud hosted inventory and client management system. This system allows gallery employees access to client lists, active inventory and instant presentation tools from anywhere in the world.

Sara Mintz, Director, Client Relations
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Sara P Mintz is a magna cum laude graduate of Skidmore College where she received her BFA in Art History with Departmental Honors, was inducted into the Periclean Honors Society, and won the S. Michael Eigen Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art History. Joining CYNTHIA-REEVES in 2007, Sara has grown with the business in her almost decade of time as a gallery staff member. She became a director at the gallery in 2008, and ran the 535 West 24th Street space while the gallery utilized that footprint. She has since gone on to run the private offices of the business first in New York and then Boston, where she currently works as a Director and Senior Project Manager. Outside of Sara’s fulltime work with the gallery, she has written essays for the Yellowstone Art Museum, the former American Contemporary Arts Magazine, and Saint Gaudens National Historic Site and been a juror for the 440 Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. While earning her degree, Sara worked for the Saratoga County Arts Center, The Decordova Sculpture Park and Museum, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Kristen Jussila, Gallery Director, MASS MoCA Way
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Kristen Jussila holds a Bachelors Degree in Science from Keene State College and has spent time studying in Georgia, New Hampshire, and abroad in South Africa. She spent two years at Savannah College of Art and Design studying Industrial Design which helped develop her love of innovation and creativity. After two years of attending SCAD she decided to transfer to Keene State College to study Sustainability and Product Design. Kristen uses her multi-disciplinary design background to direct and manage the gallery in North Adams, MA as well as market and promote the CYNTHIA-REEVES gallery across web, print and social media.

Anne Lawson, Public Art Projects
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Anne Lawson

Anne Lawson has over 20 years of experience working in arts administration and educational programming. Most recently, she was the Manager of School, Youth and Family Programs at SFMOMA where she delivered innovative programs including those using media and communications technologies for teens, families, school and teacher groups. In addition to working at several leading contemporary galleries in New York and San Francisco, Anne has held a variety of positions in the arts such as Studio Manager for artist Bruce Conner and Program Director of the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center on Maui. Anne received a BA from the University of Colorado, Boulder and a MA in Visual Criticism from the California College of Arts.

Joey Morgan,  Design and Marketing
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With over 20 years in communication design Joey Morgan has consistently developed surprising marketing solutions for a diverse group of clients. Previous experience includes art director/designer for L.A. Burdick Chocolates and art director/ senior designer for Church & Main Advertising. An expert in image creation, she has developed award-winning graphic design projects for both print and web in education, health care, luxury product, and editorial design. Filmwork includes: designer / producer The Clutching Sisters (currently in development), assistant art director/ American Boyfriends, set decorator / My American Cousin.

Janie Radler, Gallery Assistant, MASS MoCA Way
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 Janie Radler is a recent graduate of Bennington College with a B.A in Photography. She recently worked as an assistant curator at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, editor in chief for Bennington College’s literary publication Silo, and interned at the Franklin Furnace Performance Art Archive. She is a California native, but a current resident of North Adams at the Historic Beaver Mill where she has a studio and a leopard gecko named Smooch. Janie is the gallery assistant for CYNTHIA-REEVES in North Adams on the Mass MoCA Campus.