Michelle White is a writer for Art Papers, a regional editor of Art Lies, and associate curator at the Menil Collection. At the Menil, White has organized provocative exhibitions, including Lessons from Below: Otabenga Jones and Associates, Imaginary Spaces, and Leaps into the Void: Documents of Nouveau Realist Performance. She is currently organizing a retrospective of the drawings of Richard Serra, which opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2011, travels to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and closes at the Menil Collection in Houston in 2012. White’s most recently completed project is an exhibition of the early work of Vija Celmins, co-organized with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and opens at the Menil on November 19, 2010. In conjunction with Vija Celmins: Television and Disaster, 1964–1968, White presents Vija Celmins in the 1960s for this Tuesday Evenings presentation, placing the artist’s early work, including pieces in the Modern’s collection, in the context of the mid-1960s and particularly in the “cool school” of California’s art scene.