Collections and Exhibitions Management Advisor at ELI Fine Art Consulting
Provide upon request
Miami, FL 33157 , US map
Eugenia Lucia Incer (ELI) is an accomplished museum professional with 15 years of experience working in registration, collection and exhibitions management, packing, logistics, and risk management disciplines at accredited museums, universities, and fine art institutions. Eugenia holds dual B.A. degrees in English Literature and Art History and an M.A. in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Florida International University. After a rewarding career in the non-profit sector, most recently as Assistant Director for Collections and Exhibition Services at the Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Eugenia has embarked on a new path in independent fine art consulting, serving private collectors and institutions alike.
For fifteen years, Eugenia's work has concentrated in the Collection and Exhibitions departments of prestigious museums, including the Perez Art Museum Miami, where she served as Associate Registrar for eight years. In registration, she oversaw best museum practices in collection and exhibition management, including inventory, condition reporting, archiving, accessioning procedures, shipping, packing, rights and reproduction, and installation logistics. She also completed a major collection move project that successfully transferred the Miami Art Museum's permanent collection to the PAMM in 2013.
As Assistant Director for Collections and Exhibition Services at the Lowe Art Museum for six years, she managed many exciting and notable exhibitions, including: Radical Conventions: Cuban American Art from the 1980s (2022), American Impressionism: Selections from the Daywood Collection (2021), Nexus: Contemporary Art from Leading Miami Collections (2020), Marcelo Bonevardi: Magic Made Manifest (2019), Dialogues: Studio Glass from the Florence and Robert Werner Collection (2018).
At the Lowe, Eugenia managed a robust exhibition schedule and the museum's encyclopedic permanent collection of over 19,000 objects spanning from antiquity to contemporary art. She led the museum's re-accreditation efforts and served as a committee member of CREATE, an Andrew W. Mellon-funded program, that leveraged cultural resources through intra-institutional collaborations within the University of Miami. She also oversaw the University of Miami's Sculpture Park maintenance and conservation program, with over 30 public works by major modern and contemporary artists installed on the University's Coral Gables Campus.
Eugenia served as a committee member of the University's Campus Sculpture Park from 2020 to 2022 and is currently a three-year appointed member of the Arts Advisory Panel for the City of Coral Gables, FL. She has long-standing memberships with the AAM (American Alliance of Museums) and ARCS (Association of Registrars and Collection Specialists).