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Background Information

Employment History

Brill Gallery


Adjunct Professor, Department of Art and Art History

Eastern Connecticut State University


Curatorial Assistant

Yale University


Curator

Guilford Art Center


Web References(10 Total References)


Brill Gallery - Reflections On Melville Exhibit

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SAMANTHA PINCKNEY
Samantha Pinckney is based in Connecticut where she lives with her family and is an Adjunct Professor in Art History at Eastern Connecticut State University. Pinckney studied Art History and French Literature at Johns Hopkins and Tufts Universities. She received M.A.'s in Art History and French Literature from Johns Hopkins and New York Universities. Pinckney was a Curatorial Assistant at Yale University Art Gallery and was the Curator at the Guilford Art Center from 2007 - 2009 where she curated About-Face: The Relevance of Portraiture in the 21st Century. In 2009, Pinckney wrote the essay for the "Commentary/Herself" exhibition at the Brickbottom Gallery in Somerville, MA.


Reynolds Fine Art – New Haven, Connecticut

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Written by Samantha Pinckney, Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Art and Art History, Eastern Connecticut State University In response to the exhibition Sea and Stone: The Thimble Islands - Paintings by Arthur Yanoff on display at the Mattatuck Museum, June 3 - July 24, 2016. “Sitting in the sound With green water all around Rugged pink granite [...]
Written by Samantha Pinckney, Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Art and Art History, Eastern Connecticut State University


News - Reynolds Fine Art - New Haven, Connecticut

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Written by Samantha Pinckney, Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Art and Art History, Eastern Connecticut State University


Reflections on Melville: Arthur Yanoff and Kay Canavino - Berkshire Fine Arts

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The Melville project team from the left, Yanoff, curator Samantha Pinckney, gallerist, Ralph Brill, and Canavino.">
The Melville project team from the left, Yanoff, curator Samantha Pinckney, gallerist, Ralph Brill, and Canavino. The Melville project team from the left, Yanoff, curator Samantha Pinckney, gallerist, Ralph Brill, and Canavino. They also invited the art historian Samantha Pinckney to act as curator, selecting the works and installing the Arrowhead exhibition as well as writing a critical essay. She read her remarks during the reception.


Brill Gallery - Reflections On Melville Exhibit

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Samantha Pinckney, Curator


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