Founded 25 years ago, Resnicow and Associates has deep, hands-on experience in the field of arts and culture and has evolved an extensive and nuanced portfolio of best practices to address each client’s needs and objectives. The below timeline highlights key milestones that demonstrate the diverse range of clients and initiatives that comprise our work.

  • Mark Bradford installation at US Pavilion

    BMA and Rose Art Museum Present U.S. Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale

    May 2017
    The Baltimore Museum of Artand The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University co-present Tomorrow Is Another Day, featuring new work by Mark Bradford, for the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. This marks the fourth consecutive time that R+A has represented the U.S. Pavilion.
  • Theater of War Productions’ Bryan Doerries named NYC Public Artist in Residence

    March 2017
    NYC Department of Veterans’ Services and Department of Cultural Affairs name Doerries as a Public Artist in Residence. Co-produced by Brooklyn Public Library, the two-year residency will bring over 60 theater events designed to address public health and social issues to civilian and military communities across all five boroughs.
  • Ballet Austin Building Audiences for Sustainability Story

    The Wallace Foundation Launches Building Audiences for Sustainability Stories Project

    February 2017
    The foundation’s new series of videos and written accounts provide behind-the-scenes looks at arts organizations’ efforts to build and diversify audiences. The first story presents emerging insights into Ballet Austin’s work to expand and deepen their audience’s engagement in multiple forms of ballet.
  • Julian Rosenfeldt’s “Manifesto” Takes Over Park Avenue Armory

    December 2016
    Park Avenue Armory mounts the North American premiere of Manifesto, a multi-screen installation by Julian Rosefeldt starring Cate Blanchett, who brings to life a kaleidoscopic series of artistic declarations. 
  • Annabel Selldorf to Design Frick Expansion

    October 2016
    The Frick Collection selects Selldorf Architects to design a major upgrade and enhancement of its facilities. The project will address pressing institutional and programmatic needs, while preserving the intimate scale and character of the Frick and its gardens. 
  • Canada’s National Music Centre Celebrates Completion

    October 2016
    Allied Works completes its most ambitious project, Studio Bell, the new home of the Canada’s National Music Centre. Part performance hall, part museum, part recording studio, the state-of-the-art cultural center is the first facility of its kind in North America. 
  • Dallas Museum of Art Appoints Director

    July 2016
    The DMA names Dr. Agustín Arteaga as its new director. Dr. Arteaga previously served as the director of the Museo Nacional de Arte (MUNAL) in Mexico City, one of Mexico’s largest and most prominent cultural institutions. 
  • Frieze New York 2016 Draws Record Attendance

    May 2016
    More than 43,000 visitors visit the fair, which showcases a cross-section of work by established, emerging and under-recognized contemporary artists from over 200 galleries around the world.
  • The Met Breuer opens

    March 2016
    The Met launches its inaugural season at The Met Breuer, its new space dedicated to modern and contemporary art, housed in the landmark building designed by Marcel Breuer.
  • The ADAA Art Show Draws Major Collectors For Strong Sales at 2016 Edition

    March 2016
    Organized by the Art Dealers Association of America to benefit Henry Street Settlement, The Art Show 2016 raised over $1.1 million for Henry Street Settlement and welcomed 15,000 collectors, scholars, and art enthusiasts throughout its five-day run at the Park Avenue Armory. 
  • R+A unveils new corporate identity and website

    December 2015
    Resnicow and Associates unveils its new corporate identity with the launch of its new website and logo, designed by Kiss Me I’m Polish. 
  • Stanford University Opens The McMurtry Building for Art & Art History

    October 2015
    Stanford adds to its growing arts district with a new building designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro to house studio art and art history classes under one roof for the first time in the university’s history.
  • Nasher Sculpture Center awards inaugural Nasher Prize for Sculpture

    September 2015
    Doris Salcedo is awarded the museum’s inaugural international prize for sculpture.
  • U.S. and Australian Pavilions open at Venice Biennale

    May 2015
    The MIT List Visual Arts Center presents Joan Jonas as the representative for the United States. The installation by Australian Fiona Hall marks the debut of a new Pavilion for Australia, designed by Denton Corker Marshall, and the first 21st-century addition to the historic Giardini. 
  • Collective Design Presents 2015 Fair at Skylight Clarkson Sq

    May 2015
    More than 10,000 visitors take in the diverse and imaginative presentations at the West SoHo location.
  • Pulitzer Arts Foundation reopens following major renovations

    May 2015
    Doubling its public space, the expansion project transforms the lower level of the foundation’s Tadao Ando-designed building into new spaces for exhibitions, programs, and artist-driven activities. 
  • DIA presents landmark exhibition on Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo

    March 2015
    For the first time, the exhibition explores the pivotal period the Mexican artists spent in Detroit in the early 1930s, bringing together 65 works by the two artists created immediately before, during, and after their stay in Detroit.
  • Corning Museum of Glass opens new contemporary art wing

    March 2015
    The museum unveils the world’s largest space dedicated to the display and creation of contemporary art and design in glass, in a 100,000-square-foot building designed by Thomas Phifer and Partners.
  • MOBIA opens major Donatello exhibition

    February 2015
    This unprecedented exhibition brings seminal works created for the Duomo in Florence by Donatello and other Renaissance masters to the United States for the first time.
  • 100th Anniversary of the Minneapolis Institute of Art

    January 2015
    The museum unveils its new name and branding, and a series of surprise masterpieces throughout the year.
  • Souls Grown Deep donates 57 works to the Met

    December 2014
    The Souls Grown Deep Foundation donates 57 major works by contemporary African American artists from the southern United States to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, including works by Thornton Dial, Lonnie Holley, Nellie Mae Rowe, and quilts created by women artists based in the area around Gee’s Bend, Alabama. 
  • Firm unveils new name: Resnicow + Associates

    December 2014
    Resnicow Schroeder Associates is renamed Resnicow + Associates (R+A) as part of the firm's ongoing strategic and succession planning and following Fred Schroeder stepping down as Executive Vice President.
  • Harvard Art Museums Opens Expanded Facility designed by Renzo Piano

    November 2014
    The renovated and expanded facility brings the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Sackler Museums and their collections together under one roof for the first time.
  • The Wallace Foundation launches $52m initiative

    October 2014
    Wallace launches Building Audiences for Sustainability, a six-year, $52-million arts initiative, designed to help 26 outstanding performing arts organizations across the United States create programs that attract new audiences while retaining existing ones.
  • '@Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz' Opens in San Francisco

    September 2014
    FOR-SITE Foundation mounts a landmark Ai Weiwei exhibition, featuring seven site-specific monumental new works on Alcatraz Island. 
  • The Anderson Collection at Stanford University opens to the public

    September 2014
    The latest addition to Stanford’s burgeoning arts district, The Anderson Collection at Stanford University, one of the most outstanding private collections of 20th-century American art in the world, opens in a new building designed by Ennead Architects.
  • Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami Launches in Design District

    August 2014
    The former board and staff of the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami launch the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami in Miami's Design District. 
  • VCU breaks ground on its Institute for Contemporary Art

    June 2014
    Designed by Steven Holl, the ICA is a non-collecting institution dedicated to presenting visual art, performance, and film, mirroring the cross-disciplinary approach at Virginia Commonwealth University's leading School of the Arts.  
  • The Pérez Art Museum Miami opens its new building

    December 2013
    The cutting-edge facility on Biscayne Bay was designed by Herzog & de Meuron and features expanded exhibition space to showcase the museum's growing collections and attract world-class exhibitions.  
  • Nasher Sculpture Center presents 'Nasher XChange' in honor of 10th anniversary

    October 2013
    'Nasher XChange' is a dynamic art exhibition consisting of 10 newly-commissioned public sculptures by contemporary artists at sites throughout the city of Dallas. 
  • Denver Art Museum receives Landmark gift from Henry Roath

    August 2013
    The gift includes approximately 50 works of Western American art by such masters as Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, Frederic Remington, and Ernest L. Blumenschein.
  • Bronx Museum of the Arts presents the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

    June 2013
    Sarah Sze creates a series of interrelated installations transforming rooms and surroundings of the U.S. Pavilion for a project co-commissioned by Director of The Bronx Museum of the Arts Holly Block and Carey Lovelace. 
  • Minneapolis Institute of Art receives major gift of Japanese Art

    June 2013
    The museum receives a major gift of over 1,600 objects spanning 1,000 years of Japanese history from collectors Elizabeth and Willard Clark and the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture.
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art receives major gift from Leonard A. Lauder

    April 2013
    In one of the most significant gifts in its history, the museum receives a collection of 81 Cubist works valued at over $1 billion. 
  • Public Theater unveils revitalized home at Astor Place

    October 2012
    The revitalization project increases community access to the theater and provides additional resources for audiences and artists. 
  • MSU opens Broad Art Museum designed by Zaha Hadid

    October 2012
    The contemporary art museum at Michigan State University is dedicated to exploring contemporary culture and ideas through art. 
  • Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida opens new Asian Art Wing

    March 2012
    The new 26,000-square-foot wing triples the amount of exhibition space allotted to the museum’s nationally renowned Asian collection, establishing it as one of the region’s leading destinations for the exhibition and study of Asian art.
  • Signature Theatre Opens Frank Gehry-Designed Pershing Square

    January 2012
    Signature Theatre opens its new permanent home spanning an entire city block in midtown Manhattan, allowing the company to expand its programming and serve as the artistic home for as many as 11 playwrights at any one time.
  • Merce Cunningham Dance Company Legacy Tour

    December 2011
    The Park Avenue Armory hosts a series of site-specific performances by the legendary Merce Cunningham Dance Company, marking the final opportunity for audiences to explore the work of the iconic choreographer performed by the company he trained personally.
  • Clyfford Still Museum Opens in Denver

    November 2011
    Designed by Allied Works Architecture, the new museum reintroduces the public to the work of one of the most significant and enigmatic painters of the 20th century.
  • Safdie Architects' Kauffman Center Opens in Kansas City

    September 2011
    A major new center for music, opera, theater, and dance, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts opens in Kansas City, Missouri, with gala performances featuring Placido Domingo and Itzhak Perlman, as well as Kansas City Ballet, Kansas City Symphony, and Lyric Opera of Kansas City.   
  • The Woodlawn Cemetery launches 150th Anniversary

    June 2011
    The Woodlawn Cemetery is named a National Historic Landmark in recognition of its outstanding landscape design, collection of art and architecture, and its significant role in memorializing individuals who helped shape American history and culture.
  • IMA presents the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale

    June 2011
    Indianapolis Museum of Art and Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla transform the U.S. Pavilion with six newly commissioned works of sculpture, performance, video, and sound. 
  • IMA's Miller House and Garden Opens to the Public

    May 2011
    The Indianapolis Museum of Art's Miller House is a National Historic Landmark and one of the country’s most highly regarded examples of mid-century Modernist residences, designed by Eero Saarinen.
  • Denver Art Museum opens re-installed American Indian art galleries

    January 2011
    The DAM, which holds the nation's most comprehensive collection, was the first American museum to collect Native American objects as art rather than artifacts. This groundbreaking installation celebrates the aesthetic value of these objects and expands on the DAM's commitment to American Indian Art. 
  • King Tut in NYC

    November 2010
    The exhibition 'Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs' at Discover Times Square Exposition brings ancient treasures from King Tut's tomb back to the U.S. for the first time in over 30 years.
  • High Museum Presents the U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture

    August 2010
    The High Museum and co-organizer 306090 present 'Workshopping: An American Model of Architectural Practice,' an exhibition that explores the role of trans-disciplinary collaborations in architecture and presents architecture as a force for change. 
  • Renewal and Expansion of Israel Museum

    July 2010
    This multi-year renovation enhances and unifies the visitor experience throughout the museum’s 20-acre campus in Jerusalem with designs by James Carpenter Design Associates.
  • IMA’s 'Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park: 100 Acres' Opens to the Public

    June 2010
    Located on 100 acres of land adjacent to Indianopolis Museum of Art, the Art & Nature Park opens with site-specific works by artists such as Andrea Zittel, Alfredo Haar, Jeppe Hein, and Los Carpinteros exploring dialogue between art and nature. 
  • Major Guillermo Kuitca retrospective opens at the Miami Art Museum

    October 2009
    Spanning over 28 years of work, the exhibition is the most comprehensive survey of Kuitca’s work ever presented in North America.
  • AT+T Performing Arts Center Opens in Dallas

    October 2009
    The multi-venue performing arts center, designed by Foster + Partners, REX/OMA, and SOM, provides new state-of-the-art homes for music, opera, theatre, and dance as well as seven resident companies.
  • The Walt Disney Family Museum opens in San Francisco

    September 2009
    The museum illuminates Walt Disney’s tremendous creative life and the lasting legacy of his innovations and pioneering ventures.
  • Museum of the Chinese in the Americas Opens New Home designed by Maya Lin

    September 2009
    Founded in 1980 as the New York Chinatown Project, MOCA unveils a new home that marks its emergence as a national institution exploring Chinese American history, identity, and culture. 
  • Dallas Cowboys Announce Art Program for New Stadium

    September 2009
    Large-scale, site-specific installations at the new Cowboys Stadium are unveiled for the first game of the regular season, and the stadium launches its first art tours.
  • SFMOMA announces partnership to share Fisher Collection

    September 2009
    The pioneering partnership with Doris and Donald Fisher provides the Fisher Collection, one of the world’s leading collections of contemporary art, with a home at SFMOMA.
  • Apollo Theater Celebrates its 75th Anniversary

    June 2009
    In celebration of the historic theater's legacy, the Apollo hosts a series of programs and exhibitions that illuminates its lasting impact on American and global culture as well as its ongoing role within the industry and the community.
  • Museum of Arts and Design opens at Columbus Circle

    September 2008
    MAD’s new home, designed by Allied Works Architecture, dramatically expands its gallery and programming space, including the only open artist studios in a NYC institution.
  • Expanded Detroit Institute of Art reopens

    November 2007
    The six-year project culminates in the opening of the newly reinstalled, renovated, and expanded museum designed by Michael Graves & Associates and The SmithGroup. 
  • Park Avenue Armory presents first artistic program

    September 2007
    Presented with the Art Production Fund, the Amory's first visual art presentation is Aaron Young’s 'Greeting Card', a 9,216-square-foot “action” painting created by the burned-out tire marks of 10 choreographed motorcycles.
  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art expansion opens

    June 2007
    The addition of the Bloch Building by Steven Holl increases museum space by 71 percent, providing new galleries, expanded educational facilities, and museum-support spaces.  
  • Bayou Bend and Gardens at the MFA Houston marks 50th Anniversary

    January 2007
    The museum celebrates the anniversary of Ima Hogg’s extraordinary gift of her neoclassical home and outstanding collection of early American art and decorative arts.
  • High Museum of Art Embarks on Three-Year Partnership with the Louvre

    October 2006
    This unprecedented partnership and exchange brings seven exhibitions and nearly 500 treasures from the Louvre’s collection to Atlanta. 
  • Denver Art Museum’s new Hamilton Building opens

    October 2006
    The museum’s first major expansion in 35 years, the addition of the Hamilton Building doubles the museum’s facilities and is architect Daniel Libeskind’s first U.S. project.
  • United States Artists Launches to Support Artistic Excellence

    September 2006
    The first program of its kind in the U.S., United States Artists awards $50,000 fellowships to 50 artists from all disciplines across the country.
  • High Museum of Art expansion opens

    November 2005
    Designed by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Renzo Piano, the expanded High comprises three new buildings that more than double the museum’s size, and a public piazza that opens the Woodruff Arts Center to the community and surrounding neighborhood.
  • Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University opens

    October 2005
    Designed by Rafael Viñoly, the new museum creates a major new center for the arts on campus, fostering multidisciplinary learning and serving the Raleigh-Durham community.
  • Walker Art Center Expansion Opens

    April 2005
    Walker Art Center unveils a new building designed by Herzog and de Meuron, significantly increasing exhibition and performance space.   
  • Dallas Museum of Art receives landmark collections gift

    February 2005
    The unprecedented gift of 3 private collections encompasses 800 works of art and future acquisitions by long-time DMA patrons Marguerite and Robert Hoffman, Cindy and Howard Rachofsky, and Deedie and Rusty Rose.
  • De Young Museum reopens in landmark new building

    February 2005
    The new buiding showcases the de Young's growing collections and opens the museum to its natural surroundings in a new design by Pritzker Prize-winning architects Herzog & de Meuron. 
  • 'Retratos' exhibition premieres at El Museo del Barrio

    December 2004
    'Retratos: 2,000 Years of Latin American Portraits,' which comprises over 100 loans from a dozen Latin American countries, is made possible by Ford Motor Company Fund. 
  • National Archives Opens 'Public Vaults'

    November 2004
    The National Archives’ major new permanent exhibition gives visitors the experience of going behind the scenes to explore extraordinary moments in American history.   
  • Nasher Sculpture Center by Renzo Piano Opens in Dallas

    October 2003
    In the heart of the Dallas Arts District, the new cultural institution is home to one of the foremost collections of modern and contemporary sculpture. 
  • Peabody Essex Expansion designed by Moshe Safdie Opens

    June 2003
    The project unifies the campus with a new 111,000-square-foot wing, new and renovated facilities, and adds a complete historic home from China to the museum’s renowned collection of architecture.  The $125-million initiative expands, reconfigures, and transforms the 203-year-old institution.
  • Contemporary Arts Center Cincinnati opens new building

    May 2003
    Works by 35 leading contemporary artists and artist collaboratives are showcased at the opening of the Zaha Hadid-designed Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art.
  • International Spy Museum opens

    June 2002
    The first public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage opens in Washington D.C. with over 1,500 members of the media in attendance for the opening. 
  • 'Baseball As America' launches on national tour

    March 2002
    Organized by the National Baseball Hall of Fame and drawn from its unparalleled collections, this unprecedented traveling exhibition marks the first time that Hall of Fame objects have left their legendary home in Cooperstown, New York.
  • Ford Motor Company Fund Commissions Silk Road Encounters

    December 2001
    Silk Road Encounters, a comprehensive global education initiative with The Silk Road Project, redefines the traditional boundaries of arts education by creating a global network to share the art and history of the trade routes that shaped the modern world. 
  • Redesigned Asia Society and Museum Opens

    November 2001
    A comprehensive internal redesign by Voorsanger Architects creates new and enhanced exhibition galleries, and spaces for public events and conferences. The Asia Society commissioned a series of contemporary art installations for the opening. 
  • Nobel Museum opens in Stockholm

    April 2001
    Marking the 100th anniversary of the Nobel Prize, the museum opens with 'Cultures of Creativity', an exhibition that reveals insights into how paradigm-shifting ideas are developed.   
  • Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery Launches

    October 2000
    A new arts institution dedicated to interdisciplinary and innovative exhibitions and programming opens in an Antoine Predock-designed building on the Skidmore campus.
  • The MFA Houston opens the Audrey Jones Beck Building designed by Rafael Moneo

    March 2000
    The striking addition more than doubles the museum’s galleries, and catapults the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston from 30th to 6th largest art museum in the nation in terms of exhibition space.
  • The Brooklyn Museum presents 'Sensation'

    October 1999
    The controversial exhibition opens and protests erupt surrounding some of the works on view, calling to question first amendment rights of artists and museums.
  • Second Stage Opens in Times Square

    April 1999
    Second Stage opens a second home in a former bank building modified to be a state-of-the art theater by architect Rem Koolhaas.
  • MASS MoCA Opens in Bruner/Cott-designed Building

    March 1999
    A new contemporary art center launches in a previously abandoned factory complex. MASS MoCA premieres with more than 200,000 square feet of galleries, performance studios, fabrication spaces, and outdoor sites for events.
  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Opens in I.M. Pei-designed Building

    September 1995
    Located in Cleveland, Ohio, the museum is dedicated to documenting the history of influential figures in the music industry.
  • SFMOMA opens new building designed by Mario Botta

    January 1995
    The 225,000-square-foot building doubles the museum's gallery space for the presentation of the permanent collection, traveling exhibitions, and educational programming.
  • American Museum of Natural History 125th Anniversary Celebration

    January 1994
    Programs and initiatives for the anniversary are designed to increase recognition of the museum as a leading force in the scientific community and point to the future.
  • Firm Founded

    January 1992
    David Resnicow opens Resnicow Schroeder Associates, a boutique communications firm focused on servicing arts and culture organizations, with partner Fred Schroeder.