She’s one of the most well-regarded art historians in the world, but has been responsible for curating some of the most important global art exhibitions of the last 20 years. These include tenures at New York’s MOMA P.S. 1, the Castello di Rivoli Museum in Turin, Italy, and as the Artistic Director of the Biennale of Sydney in 2008. In 2012, her work as a curator was so well-received, she was named No. 1 on Art Review’s annual Power 100 list of players in the art world. It is her work as director of dOCUMENTA13 that really showcased her talents, however. With a theme of “Collapse and Recovery,” it was one of the most remarkable iterations of the annual contemporary exhibition thus far.