Tanya Zimbardo is a curator based in San Francisco. As the assistant curator of media arts at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, she has curated solo exhibitions of work by contemporary artists Pat O'Neill, Jim Campbell, Kerry Tribe, and Runa Islam, and co-curated Nothing Stable under Heaven, Soundtracks, and Nam June Paik: In Character, among others. Zimbardo has curated select film and video screening programs at the museum, independently, and for organizations such as San Francisco Cinematheque and McEvoy Foundation for the Arts. Zimbardo has guest (co)curated exhibitions and related public programs at Mills College Art Museum; di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art; The 500 Capp Street Foundation, among other nonprofit arts spaces.
Zimbardo’s research, writing and guest curatorial projects are primarily centered on the history of exhibitions and site-specific works since the 1960s, conceptual art, performance, experimental media, photography, social practice, and expanded ceramics.