Betsy Carpenter

The World

Offering art consulting to museums, artists and collectors, creative design, research and writing.

A native of Maine, Betsy attended Radcliffe college, graduating from Harvard with a BA in Fine Arts. Betsy worked in New York City at the Kraushaar Galleries, The Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum, The Broida Museum, and as chief Registrar for the Guggenheim Museum. Additionally, she has provided research and consulting for various artists and collectors. She taught a course on Museum Methods at Hofstra University on Long Island. Relocating to Atlanta, she consulted and freelanced for several major exhibitions. In Barcelona for three years, she initiated the catalogue raisonne of the Spanish sculptor, Juan Munoz, and freelanced with the Barcelona contemporary arts museum.

Publications include: Realism Today, drawings from the Rita Rich collection and Atlanta International School: A Legacy of Innovation.

  • Work
    • Art consulting, writing, research and design
  • Education
    • BA, Harvard University