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Aimee Ng, Organizer of Acclaimed Schiava Turca Exhibition Named an Associate Curator at the Frick Collection

photo of Aimee Ng
Dr. Aimee Ng has been appointed to the position of Associate Curator of The Frick 
Collection, assuming the post in February 2015. This past spring, she was guest curator of the 
Frick’s critically praised exhibition <em>The Poetry of Parmigianino’s “Schiava Turca,/em>,” which 
recently traveled to the Legion of Honor, part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. Her 
accompanying scholarly catalogue offers a new interpretation of Parmigianino’s enigmatic 
painting and explores the broader scope of female portraits in the Italian Renaissance. At the 
same time, her work has generated new insights into the Frick’s treasured Italian Renaissance 
portraits by Titian and Bronzino. Comments, Frick Director Ian Wardropper, “We have 
tremendously enjoyed working with Aimee Ng over the past two years, and it is with great 
pleasure that we bring her onto our staff full-time. We anticipate benefiting greatly from her fresh perspective on our 
collection.” Adds Xavier F. Salomon, Peter Jay Sharp Chief Curator, “I very much look forward to welcoming Aimee
Ng back to the Frick. She is an exceptional art historian and her breadth of knowledge and communication skills are 
particularly impressive. She will be an invaluable colleague, and I am thrilled she is joining our distinguished Curatorial 
Department.”
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