Jennifer Jae Gutierrez
Affiliated Assistant Professor
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Jennifer Jae Gutierrez is the Arthur J. Bell Senior Photograph
Conservator at the Center for Creative Photography at the University of
Arizona in Tucson. She was hired as the first full-time conservator for
the Center in 2012.
Gutierrez earned a Master of Science degree
from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation
(WUDPAC) specializing in photograph conservation. From 2004 to 2012 she
taught undergraduate- and graduate-level courses for the University of
Delaware’s Art Conservation Department. Beginning in 2010 she served as
Associate Director for WUDPAC.
She recently published two essays
about archive artists in the Center for Creative Photography’s
collection; a co-authored essay with colleague Leslie Squyres, Notes on the W. Eugene Smith Archive and Materials Associated with His Big Book Project at the Center for Creative Photography, as a component of the Center’s first collaborative publication with University of Texas Press, and Pinups, Photograms, Polaroids and Printing Plates: Iterations in Robert Heinecken’s Work Process published in the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition catalogue, “Robert Heinecken: Object Matter.”
With Debra Hess Norris she edited Issues in the Conservation of Photographs
by the Getty Conservation Institute in 2010. She is a Professional
Associate of the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) and active
member of the Photographic Materials Group (PMG).
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