ISLAA is delighted to announce a partnership with the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York City to launch the ISLAA Curatorial Fellowship. This fellowship supports emerging curators dedicated to Latin American and Latinx art. We are honored to help amplify innovative, current approaches to the creative and discursive aspects of curation, critically reframing how we view, understand, and narrate the invaluable contributions of Latin American and Latinx artists to cultural production across space and time. Congratulations to inaugural fellow, Bernardo Mosqueira (b. 1988, Rio de Janeiro) a curator and writer based in New York. Mosqueira holds a masters in curatorial studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS), Bard College. He is founder and director of Solar dos Abacaxis since 2015 and director of Prêmio FOCO ArtRio since 2011.
The ISLAA Curatorial Fellow works intensively on exhibition planning, including research, publication editing, writing, coordination, and general administrative responsibilities. Mosqueira’s...activities include curating the New Museum’s Screens Series, a platform for the presentation of new video works by emerging contemporary artists, beginning with an exhibition of Brazilian artist Aline Motta’s work. This is a yearlong, full-time position that reports to Margot Norton, the Allen and Lola Goldring Curator.
Entrada actualizada el el 21 abr de 2022
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