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Bill Arning

In April, 2009 Bill Arning became director of the Contemporary Art Museum in Houston, Texas, after having been the curator at MIT's List Visual Arts Center for nine years. Since joining the List Visual Arts Center in 2000 he has organized such critically acclaimed exhibitions as America Starts Here - Ericson and Ziegler, on view at MIT in Spring, 2006 and traveling to Austin, Kansas City and Cincinnati in 2007. Other recent exhibitions include Matthew Day Jackson-The Immeasurable Distance, (2009) Sensorium, (2006-7) Cerith Wyn Evans - Thoughts Unsaid, Then Forgotten (2005) AA Bronson's Mirror Mirror, (2002), and Son et Lumiére in 2004. As a writer on art and culture, Arning's essays have been published in Time Out New York, Honcho, Aperture, The Village Voice, Art in America, Frieze and Parkett.