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Danielle Carrabino

SCMA Curator of Painting and Sculpture


Danielle Carrabino is curator of painting and sculpture at the Smith College Museum of Art, where she oversees art from antiquity until 1950. She has worked in various museums, including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Harvard Art Museums. In addition to her curatorial experience, she has taught art history at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the United States, England and Italy. A specialist in Renaissance and Baroque art, she has published and presented her research at academic and public conferences. She is currently completing a book manuscript based on her doctoral dissertation on Caravaggio and Sicily. Her curatorial experience includes the reinstallation of the Harvard Art Museums’ permanent galleries, over 40 installations of works on paper, and the exhibitions “Beyond Bosch: The Afterlife of a Renaissance Master in Print” (2016), and “Brought to Life: Painted Wood Sculpture, 1300–1700” (forthcoming, 2022–2023).