Kendrah Morgan has been a curator at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne since 2003. Her previous position was Assistant Curator, New Zealand and International Art, at Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand, from 1998–2002. Before then she worked in the commercial gallery sector and lectured in art history, with a focus on Italian Renaissance and Baroque art and architecture.
She has co-authored two books about Heide history: Sunday’s Kitchen: Food and Living at Heide (2010) and Sunday’s Garden: Growing Heide (2012), both published by Melbourne University Publishing in partnership with Heide Museum of Modern Art and the State Library of Victoria.
Recent exhibitions that Kendrah has curated for Heide include Arthur Boyd: Brides (2014), Fiona Hall: Big Game Hunting (2013) and Sidney Nolan: Early Experiments (2012). Earlier this year she travelled to Italy for five weeks, to assist artist Fiona Hall install her exhibition, Wrong Way Time, in the new Australian pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale.