Thanks some wonderful colleagues in Hong Kong, I will have traveling to Hong Kong and Guangzhou this December for a small lecture tour and to give a workshop on exhibition curation. In Hong Kong, I will be speaking at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. In Guangzhou, I will be speaking a the Guangzhou Academy […]
I am happy to announce the opening of the premier of Vincent Valdez’s newest body of work, The Strangest Fruit (2013) which will be on display at the David Winton Bell Gallery until 8 December 2013. The Strangest Fruit places realistic depictions of people known by the artist within an historical subject—the lynching of Latinos in […]
I am delighted to have to selected by Ormston House in Limerick, Ireland to curate their Summer Members’ Exhibition. I will be traveling to Limerick in early August to work with their staff and meet their members. The exhibition is due to open in mid-August. Thank you to Mary Conlon and the rest of the […]
Cate McQuaid 2013 “What’s up at Boston-are art galleries“, Boston Globe, 2 July. Read it here.
This Spring, Brown University’s Choices Program interviewed me for a series of videos on “Art and Politics”. The videos will be part of Brown’s Scholars Online video library for their online teaching resources. Here is a list of the interview questions and short videos. 1. Who are you and what do you do? 2. How […]
Bill Van Siclen 2013 “Displaying the fruits—and vegetables—of her labor“, Providence Journal, 15 June. Read here.
I’m pleased to announce the opening of my most recent project with artist Kelli Rae Adams, Breaking Even, on view at the Cohen Gallery, Granoff Center, Brown University. The exhibition will be open Monday-Friday, 11:00am-400:pm, June 10 – July 19, 2013. All are welcome. About the exhibition An installation of several thousand handmade clay and […]
Hot off the digital press… Here a little installation video documenting my recent show with artist Wafaa Bilal at the David Winton Bell Gallery.
It’s going to be a great day in Chicago tomorrow morning. I am pleased to be bringing together a panel of curators, artists, archaeologists and scholars to have an open discussion about the emergence of archaeological themes in contemporary arts practice. I hope you will be able to join us in Chicago, and if not, […]
Greg Cook 2013 “After Surviving Marathon, Curator Revisits His Exhibit About War” in WBUR’s The Artery, April 17. Read it here.