seminar

Democracy and Dramaturgy. Notes on Curating Socially Engaged Art

 

Seminar with Andrea Phillips to discuss the contradictions at the heart of democratic dramaturgies, with regard to the Visible Project.

2020

public programme

5th Visible Award

 

Presenting projects by Forensic Architecture, Richard Bell, Luke Ching, and Otobong Nkanga at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris. Visible is a project by Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto and Fondazione Zegna.

2019

curated exhibition

Paisajes Esenciales

 

The IEB Institut d'Estudis Baleàrics, Ibiza, presents 4 balearic artists reasoning on the various declensions at JustMAD, Palacio de Neptuno, Madrid (Feb 2019) and JustLX, Museo de Carris, Lisbon (May 2019).

2019

curated exhibition

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

 

Goethe-Institut, Sofia 

 

Ergin Cavusoglu, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Vikenti Komitski, Stefan Nikolaev, Nedko Solakov, Krassimir Terziev, Alexander Valchev 

2018

essay

Jordi Colomer

An essay presenting the main projects of the Catalan artists with special focus on his participative projects across theatre and architecture, including his projects for the 57th Venice Biennale and Manifesta12.

2018

with Sprovieri, London

Pedro Cabrita Reis, Jimmie Durham, Cildo Meireles

Sprovieri, London

 

Group show of the three conceptual artists in collaboration with Galeria Luisa Strina, Sao Paulo

2018

with Arcade, London

Ahali: A Journal for Setting a Setting

 

ARCO, Madrid 

 

Presentation of the project by Turkish artist Can Altaj, Ahali, originated as a sporadic publication reflecting on the notion of community.

2018

essay

On Translation:

Antoni Muntadas and the Politics of Translation in Visual Arts (1995 - 2015)

 

Published in Studies in Visual Arts and Communication Journal Vol. 6(2), December 2019.

2020

exhibition text

The Silicon Dawn

 

Stella Rahola Matutes

 

Text for the installation at Laurie Grove Baths, Goldsmiths College, London, part of the MFA Degree Show 2019.

2019

curated exhibition

Politics of Translation

 

Goldsmiths College, London, part of Deptford X Festival, and The Stone Space, gallery of the Leytonstone Public Library, London

Stella Rahola, Sofia Uquillas, Paul Wood

2018 - 2019

residency programme

CLICK International Curatorial Residency

Art Affairs and Documents Foundation, Sofia 

 

In Collaboration with Goethe-Institut Bulgarien, Credo Bonum Foundation and supported by the Programme Culture of the City of Sofia.

2018

presentation slides

What's the Contemporary Relevance of the APG?

Presentation at Flat Time House, London, about the relevance of the Artist Placement Group from 1965 to today's art scene, with special reference to its influence on my curatorial practice.

2018

with Sprovieri, London

Yesterday's Sandwich

 

Sprovieri, London 

Solo show of Boris Mikhailov with photographs from the series Yesterday’s Sandwich and projection of the original slide slow of images.

2018

review

Book review: "Introduction to Bulgarian Contemporary Art 1982-2015" by Vessela Nozharova

 

Published in Journal of Curatorial Studies Vol. 8(2), November 2019.

2020

residency programme

USF Verftet, Bergen

 

A 1-month residency at USF supported by the Municipality of Bergen. An online exhibition and a publication, Morning Mood, on new context-based curatorial models are being prepared for release in early 2020.

2019

exhibition text

Rósa Sigrún Jónsdóttir 

 

A temporary commission to Icelandic artist Rósa Sigrún Jónsdóttir in 14 windows of the street Van Der Helstplein, Amsterdam. Gross (Grasses) is an installation involving the reproduction of healing plants by crochet.
 

2018 - 2019

residency programme

Fire Station International Curators Residencies Programme

Fire Station, Dublin 

2 weeks of studio visits across Fire Station and Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

2018

with Sprovieri, London

Sprovieri at Frieze London

 

Frieze London 

 

Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Francesco Arena,

Pedro Cabrita Reis, Jimmie Durham, and Jannis Kounellis 

2018

with Sprovieri, London

Nan Goldin / Boris Mikhailov

 

Photo London, Somerset House, London

 

In the context of Photo London, Sprovieri presents works by Nan Goldin and Boris Mikhailov, two masters of intimacy and life on the margins. 

2018

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