CLARA GALPERIN   Research Assistant


Research Assistant

Clara is a recent graduate of Stanford University, specializing in Modern and Contemporary art. She received her undergraduate degree in Art History and Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity, and completed her Masters in Art History at the same university, writing her qualifying thesis on the Utopian Universalism of Argentine artist Xul Solar.

Prior to joining the ISLAA team, Clara spent time at auction houses, including Phillips and Christie’s, and delved into museum work as a research assistant for the Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture at SFMOMA. At Stanford, Clara was closely involved with the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Arts Center, where she served as a docent, member of the student board, and as a research fellow. 

Clara was born in Hong Kong, raised in Buenos Aires, studied in California, and is now a research assistant at the ISLAA headquarters in New York.