countries in bringing new art and culture to the area.”
Wootton-Bonner juggles her time between concurrent projects: planning the conservation studio, developing exhibitions, editing upcoming publications,
and traveling as needed. She’s also excited about next
month’s opening of the Cindy Sherman retrospective.
The traveling exhibition was organized by New York’s
Museum of Modern Art, with the DMA presentation
curated by Gabriel Ritter, Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art and another Anderson appointee.
The final member of Anderson’s senior leadership
team was announced in September, when Anne Berger-
on was named Associate Director of External Affairs.
Bergeron’s broad bailiwick is providing oversight of
visitor services, museum development, marketing and
communications, merchandising, food/ beverage, and
government relations. “What I’ve been charged with
is really bringing together the great team that we have
that’s responsible for all our external relationships,” she
expounds. “We’re working very closely in collabora-
tion with ourselves internally, and also with our various
communities externally.” For the last five years she was
owner and principal of her own consulting company,
and she says that coming on board in Dallas is not un-
Anne Bergeron, Associate Director of
External Affairs in front of Watch,
Gerald Murphy, 1925, Dallas Museum of Art, Foundation for the Arts
Collection, gift of the artist. Entered
the collection in 1963.