Board & Staff - Adeze Wilford

Adeze Wilford

Board Member

A bust shot of Adeze, a light brown skinned woman. She has red curly hair that is parted on the side and brown eyes. She is wearing a smile, red lipstick, an olive green button up jacket, and her arms are crossed in a friendly manner displaying manicured nails.

Rachell Morillo

Adeze Wilford is Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami. Previously she was an Assistant Curator at The Shed where she organized Howardena Pindell: Rope/Fire/Water. She was an inaugural joint curatorial fellow at The Studio Museum in Harlem and the Museum of Modern Art. She organized Vernacular Interior at Hales Gallery in 2019 as well as Excerpt (2017) at the Studio Museum and Black Intimacy (2017) a film series at MoMA. Other curatorial projects include Harlem Postcards F/W 2016/2017 and Color in Shadows, the 2016 Expanding The Walls exhibition at Studio Museum. Prior to this Adeze was the Public Programs and Community Engagement assistant at the Studio Museum. She has contributed scholarship to various catalogues and magazines including Young, Gifted and Black and Black Refractions. She graduated from Northwestern University with a BA in Art History and African-American Studies.