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A portrait photograph of Morgan Spangle

Morgan Spangle has been involved in the art world for over forty years. He began his career as an art dealer at the Richard Gray Gallery in Chicago. In 1984, he moved to New York City where he was a Director of the Leo Castelli Gallery and helped organize over 100 exhibitions around the world, of works by artists such as Jasper Johns, Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, and Roy Lichtenstein. In the 1990s, he founded RubinSpangle Gallery in New York City, and later became a Vice President in the Contemporary Art Department at Christie’s auction house, and a private art dealer. In 2002, Morgan joined the Dedalus Foundation in the role of Executive Director, where he manages the Foundation’s art collection and its financial assets.  Morgan was elected to the foundation’s board of directors and named Treasurer in 2003. He has been an active participant and panelist in forums on governance, financial planning and management for non-profit artist foundations, and has advised several foundations on art collection management. Morgan is a graduate of Brown University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he received an MFA in painting.