Margaret Liu Clinton

Exhibition Maker, Writer, Art Historian, 2020 Berggruen Fellow

Margaret Liu Clinton is an art historian, writer, and exhibition maker. Throughout her career as a gallerist and arts educator, Clinton has focused on critical art practices that employ interdisciplinary methodologies.

Between 2013-2020, Clinton owned and directed Koenig & Clinton, a multi-media, cross-generational gallery in New York. Prior to founding Koenig & Clinton she held director positions at Alexander Gray Associates and Miguel Abreu Gallery.

Before entering the commercial gallery system, Clinton served as the program assistant at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Independent Study Program, of which she is also an alumna. She is currently completing her M.A. in art history at Hunter College and holds B.A. and B.S. degrees from the University of California, Davis. At the Berggruen Institute, she will be instrumental in developing the philosophy and art R&D platform that will bring together philosophy and technology in concrete art projects with the aim of building a new practice where philosophy and art and technology coincide.