Saisha Grayson

Saisha Grayson, ArtBridge CuratorSaisha Grayson joined the Brooklyn Museum in 2011 as Assistant Curator at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art. Prior to her tenure at the Museum, Grayson was editorial assistant on the catalogue Nayland Blake: Behavior (2008) and the monographic essay for Ghada Amer (2010); coauthor of the catalogue essay “Pinaree Sanpitak: Quietly Floating” (2010); and author of “Disruptive Disguises: The Problem of Transvestite Saints for Medieval Art, Identity, and Identification,” which appeared in Medieval Feminist Forum in 2009.  She received her MA in Contemporary Art & Curatorial Studies from Columbia University and is currently finishing her Ph.D at the Graduate Center, CUNY, where she focuses on contemporary art, feminist theory, and museum practice.