Jeanie Ambrosio was born in Fort Lauderdale and continues to live and work in South Florida. She works at the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse in Miami serving both as associate curator and assistant to collector Martin Z. Margulies. Since 2010, Ambrosio has curated and produced numerous contemporary art exhibitions for institutions including FAU, Broward College, The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and USF. Her most recent curatorial projects include an online collaboration with artist/curator AdrienneRose Gionta of 15 artists from South Florida found here: whyshouldntwe.com and an exhibition of 139 historic photographs culled from the collection of Martin Z. Margulies on display at the Ritter Art Gallery, University Galleries, FAU in early 2020. Ambrosio is a founder and collaborator of the writing collective The Cabbage Palm who produce reviews and interviews of artists and arts professionals. She received a BA in art history and a BFA in photography from Florida Atlantic University in 2013. She attended the University of South Florida where she was the recipient of the James Rosenquist Fellowship and received her MA in art history specializing in contemporary art and photography in 2018.


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Installation Views of “Shared History: Photographs from the Martin Z. Margulies Collection,” Ritter Art Gallery, University Galleries, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, 2020. Photos by: Jeanie Ambrosio

Installation Views of “Epigraphs: A Symbiotic Vision,” Carolyn M. Wilson Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa, 2018. Photos by: Jeanie Ambrosio

Installation Views of “Altarations: Built Blended, Processed,” Schmidt Center Gallery, University Galleries, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, 2015. Photos by: Brittani Wright

Installation Views of “Making Space: Beyond a Room, Selections from the Collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz,” Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Broward College, Davie, 2015. Photos by: Eddy Peñafiel           


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