Luna Goldberg is an independent curator, author, and museum educator based in Miami, Florida. She completed her Bachelor of Arts at Hampshire College and her Master of Arts in Modern and Contemporary Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). Goldberg’s research focuses on global contemporary art and identity politics, with an emphasis on Israeli art.
She is the recipient of a WaveMaker Grant, Ellie Creator Award, and Fulbright Fellowship to Israel. In 2017, she worked as a Curatorial Research Assistant for Sun Stand Still, an exhibition presented at the Israeli Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale. An alumna of the Institute for Curatorial Research and Practice at SAIC, Goldberg served as the Curatorial Assistant for the U.S. premiere of Apichatpong Weerasethakul: The Serenity of Madness, produced by Independent Curators International at the Sullivan Galleries. Her recent exhibitions include Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana, At Memory's Edge, and Take Care,. Goldberg has held positions at the Norton Museum of Art, the Museum at Eldridge Street, and the Joan Flasch Artist Book Collection, among other institutions. She currently serves as the Education Manager at the Jewish Museum of Florida–FIU and The Wolfsonian–FIU.
Her writing has appeared in national and international books and publications including Kunstlicht: Journal for Art, Visual Culture & Architecture, Migration Processes and Artistic Practices in Wartime: From the Twentieth Century to the Present, and Sigalit Landau’s SALT YEARS. Goldberg’s latest co-edited volume, Imagined Israel(s): Representations of the Jewish State in the Arts, is slated for publication in 2023.