Jeremy Bigalke


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My background and experience is in offset and digital publishing, editorial direction, project management, and financial oversight.

At Curatorial Assistance I serve as COO, working with curators, writers, editors, and other project managers on traveling exhibitions and fine art publications. I develop proposals, budgets, and contracts, and manage various projects.

I serve concurrently as Director of the literary press Mercury House, where I oversee the development of new titles while keeping a diverse backlist in print.

Below is a selection of publication and exhibition projects.

 
 

SELECT PUBLICATION PROJECTS
[as publisher, project manager, and/or designer/editor as noted]

 
 
One Hundred and One Photographs: Emil Otto Hoppé and the Ballets Russes  Bilingual  exhibition  catalogue [content editor]

One Hundred and One Photographs: Emil Otto Hoppé and the Ballets Russes
Bilingual exhibition catalogue
[content editor]

Edward Weston: Portrait of the Young Man as an Artist  Published by  Merrell .  Exhibition  on view at the  Monterey Museum of Art . [editing/proofreading/grantwriting]


Edward Weston: Portrait of the Young Man
as an Artist

Published by Merrell. Exhibition on view at the Monterey Museum of Art.
[editing/proofreading/grantwriting]

Jeremy and the Mantis   Dale Pendell Published by Mercury House [publisher]

Jeremy and the Mantis
Dale Pendell
Published by Mercury House
[publisher]

REFUGEE  Published by the  Annenberg Space for Photography , with the  UNHCR . Exhibition on view at the  Newseum . [project mgmt / design / typography]


REFUGEE
Published by the Annenberg Space for Photography, with the UNHCR.
Exhibition on view at the Newseum.
[project mgmt / design / typography]

E.O. Hoppé's Santiniketan: Photographs from 1929   Published by the Marg Foundation, Mumbai [project manager for the  E.O. Hoppé Collection ]


E.O. Hoppé's Santiniketan: Photographs from 1929
Published by the Marg Foundation, Mumbai
[project manager for the E.O. Hoppé Collection]

E.O.  Hoppé: The German Work, 1925-1938   Published by Steidl Essay by Phillip Prodger [interior design / proofreading]

E.O. Hoppé: The German Work, 1925-1938
Published by Steidl
Essay by Phillip Prodger
[interior design / proofreading]

Hoppé Portraits: Society, Studio and Street   National Portrait Gallery   [project manager for  E.O. Hoppé Collection ]


Hoppé Portraits: Society, Studio and Street
National Portrait Gallery
[project manager for E.O. Hoppé Collection]

Il Teatro alla Moda: Theater in Fashion   Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts  [project manager / editor]


Il Teatro alla Moda: Theater in Fashion
Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
[project manager / editor]

Night Ride with Dahlia   Philip Daughtry [publisher ]


Night Ride with Dahlia
Philip Daughtry
[publisher ]

Herb Alpert: Black Totems   [editor, project manager]

Herb Alpert: Black Totems
[editor, project manager]

Sarinagara   Philippe Forest, tr. Pascale Torracinta English rights from  Gallimard  [publisher]


Sarinagara
Philippe Forest, tr. Pascale Torracinta
English rights from Gallimard
[publisher]

The Centaur's Son   Philip Daughtry [publisher]


The Centaur's Son
Philip Daughtry
[publisher]

Walking with Nobby   Dale Pendell [publisher]


Walking with Nobby
Dale Pendell
[publisher]

Pharmako   trilogy Dale Pendell [publisher]


Pharmako trilogy
Dale Pendell
[publisher]

From Ashes to Life   Lucille Eichengreen [managing editor]


From Ashes to Life
Lucille Eichengreen
[managing editor]

Running through Fire   Zosia Goldberg [managing editor]


Running through Fire
Zosia Goldberg
[managing editor]

Pay it Forward   Catherine Ryan Hyde [project manager]


Pay it Forward
Catherine Ryan Hyde
[project manager]

Writing Jazz   Edited by David Meltzer [managing editor]


Writing Jazz
Edited by David Meltzer
[managing editor]

The Sun Unwound   Translated by Ed Dorn and Gordon Brotherston [editor, project manager]


The Sun Unwound
Translated by Ed Dorn
and Gordon Brotherston
[editor, project manager]

Wind in the Blood   Translated by Jeff Conant [editor, project manager]


Wind in the Blood
Translated by Jeff Conant
[editor, project manager]

 
 

SELECT EXHIBITION PROJECTS
[as director or project manager, as noted]

 
Dress Code: 35 Years of Ruth E. Carter’s Afrocentric Movie Costumes,  in development with  CATE


Dress Code: 35 Years of Ruth E. Carter’s Afrocentric Movie Costumes,
in development with CATE

Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii,  traveled by  CATE


Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii,
traveled by CATE

This Place,  developed by  Chronicle of a People  and traveled by  CATE


This Place, developed by Chronicle of a People and traveled by CATE

Civil War Era Drawings from the Becker Collection,  traveled by  CATE


Civil War Era Drawings from the Becker Collection,
traveled by CATE

Sight Unseen: International Photography by Blind Artists,  traveled by  CATE


Sight Unseen: International Photography
by Blind Artists,
traveled by CATE

Hello! … Hello Kitty,  developed by  JANM  with Sanrio, produced/coordinated by Curatorial Assistance


Hello! … Hello Kitty, developed by JANM with Sanrio, produced/coordinated by Curatorial Assistance

Posing Beauty in African American Culture,  traveled by  CATE


Posing Beauty in African American Culture,
traveled by CATE

Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal,  traveled by  CATE


Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal,
traveled by CATE

Restoring the Spirit: Celebrating Haitian Art,  traveled by  CATE


Restoring the Spirit: Celebrating Haitian Art,
traveled by CATE

Hoppé Portraits: Society, Studio and Street,  traveled by  CATE


Hoppé Portraits: Society, Studio and Street,
traveled by CATE

Il Teatro Alla Moda (Theater in Fashion),  installation/design by Curatorial Assistance


Il Teatro Alla Moda (Theater in Fashion),
installation/design by Curatorial Assistance

Cuba Avant-Garde,  organized by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, traveled by  CATE


Cuba Avant-Garde,
organized by the Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, traveled by CATE