Anne Reeve joined the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington D.C. as Associate Curator in June 2018, and is responsible for the Museums collection of Modern and Contemporary sculpture. She is co-curator (with Hirshhorn Director Melissa Chiu) of Lee Ufan: Open Dimension, which opened to the public in Fall 2019 and constitutes the artists largest site-specific sculptural commission to date in the United States, and is currently focused on curatorial projects associated with the Hirshhorn Sculpture Gardens revitalization plan, designed by artist and architect Hiroshi Sugimoto. From 2009-2018 Reeve worked for Glenstone, a private museum in Potomac MD, where most recently she organized long-term presentations and accompanying catalogues by artists On Kawara and Robert Gober in conjunction with a large-scale architectural expansion. Other Glenstone projects include the permanent outdoor installation of sound work FOREST (for a thousand years ) by Canadian artist duo Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller (2017) and the exhibitions Fred Sandback: Light, Space, Facts (2015-2016) and Peter Fischli and David Weiss (2013-2014). She originated the institutions Oral History Program, interviewing over fifty collection artists including Jo Baer, Matthew Barney, Hilla Becher, Mike Kelley, Barbara Kruger, Martha Rosler, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Wall, and many others. In 2014 she organized Glenstones annual Roundtable symposium on the topic of the Artist Interview, exploring the interview format as both document and practice. Reeves essay on artist Jarrod Beck appears in the volume Making the Geologic Now (punctum books, 2012); her writing has also appeared in Art Papers and Art in America magazines. She holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and an MA in the History of Art from University College London.