Jeannine Falino is an independent curator and museum consultant working in craft, design, and American culture. Her wide-ranging projects have explored virtually every age of American art, from the colonial era onward. Formerly curator of American decorative arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, she now develops exhibitions, catalogues, and books for museums, art organizations, and collectors.
Recent exhibitions include New York Silver, Then and Now, a dialogue between contemporary artists and the historic silver collection of Museum of the City of New York (2017), the major survey exhibition Crafting Modernism: Midcentury American Art and Design, and What Would Mrs. Webb Do? A Founder’s Vision, an exhibition on the role of advocacy and philanthropy in American craft (Museum of Arts and Design, 2011 and 2014). Jeannine teaches the history of American craft and the history of American ceramics at Parsons, The New School.