Nina Caccioppoli O'Neil has been matching collectors & art since well before Monochrome Collective was ever imagined. Her aim is to create focused, style driven, visual experiences in personal surroundings, through art.
She holds a MA in Museum Studies from The George Washington University, and a BA in Art History and Italian from The Catholic University of America, where she later taught students the exhibition process from concept to installation in Art 351- Museum Studies.
With an aptitude for exhibition display and organization she has created exhibitions at The Pope John Paul II Cultural Center. At the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) she assisted museums of varying size and collection scope to fully understand and embrace the standards and best practices for Museums. Nina has studied techniques in wood conservation, mosaic, and tapestry restoration at the Vatican Conservation Labs. Additionally assisting the Vatican Ethnological Museums to create a database for cataloguing new acquisitions to their collection. Nina managed daily operations at two locations as Director at Guarisco Gallery. Holding two positions at the National Gallery of Art, she worked on international traveling exhibitions in the Department of Exhibitions, as well as in-house and traveling exhibition management of NGA's exceptional collection of French Paintings.
Through a vast network of contacts, whatever the project, Monochrome can help!
Nina scores a 2 on the Farnsworth-Munsell 100 Hue Test, is an experienced Milliner, and has been an international art courier.
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