Deputy Director of the Marciano Art Foundation, Jamie Goldblatt Manne.
Jamie Goldblatt Manné was born and raised in Los Angeles. She completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at The George Washington University in Washington, DC where she received a Masters in Art Therapy.
Jamie lives in Los Angeles with her husband and 2 rescue dogs.
Upon graduation, Jamie worked in NYC galleries, including three years at Paula Cooper Gallery, where she worked in sales and served as an artist liaison. In 2010, Jamie relocated back to Los Angeles and since then has been managing the Marciano Art Collection. With over 10 years of experience working in the professional art world, she is the Director of the Marciano Art Foundation.
About the collection
These texture-focused artworks explore art history and cultural anthropology.
Jamie’s Tappan picks include artworks by Rives Granade, Lani Trock, Martinet + Texereau, David Kitz, Cheryl Humphreys, Sebastian Weiss, Anna Valdez, and Molly Berman. The artworks range from figurative to representational to create a dynamic curated collection. These texture-focused artworks explore art history and cultural anthropology. Landscape, still-life, and abstract portraiture expressed through a contemporary lens comprise Jamie Goldblatt’s thoughtful selection of Tappan artworks. Juxtaposing artworks with hard-edged geometry and smooth organic forms display Goldblatt’s appreciation for diverse art practices.
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