Sharon Coplan Hurowitz is an independent curator, publisher, and leading expert in the field of contemporary prints and multiples. She is the founder of Coplan Hurowitz Art Advisory.

She has published a number of special editions for non-profit institutions, including as the co-publisher of The Met 150, A Portfolio of Prints to benefit The Metropolitan Museum of Art on its 150th Anniversary. Her other editions include a dress by Ellsworth Kelly, an edition with Jasper Johns for Art in America’s 100th anniversary, and a print with Christopher Wool for W Magazine’s Art issue.

She is the co-author of OPEN STUDIO: Do-It-Yourself Art Projects by Contemporary Artists, the author of John Baldessari: A Catalogue Raisonné of Prints and Multiples, 1971-2007 and the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of prints and multiples of Bruce Nauman, and a contributor to the book Letters to Ellsworth.

Sharon has assembled collections for several traveling museum exhibitions. She was also a featured mentor on the television series Gallery Girls, which aired on Bravo.

She was previously a specialist at Sotheby’s and Christie’s in the contemporary print departments.