|Residencia:||Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos|
Brian Bentley is a Ph.D. candidate in modern and contemporary art of the Americas at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, where he received his MA in 2013. He is currently writing a dissertation on Brazilian New Figuration and New Objectivity, 1963–1970. Bentley holds a BA Honours in Art History from McGill University and held Curatorial Assistant positions at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery and the Brooklyn Museum. He served as a curatorial researcher at El Museo del Barrio and The Whitney Museum of American Art, and co-curated Intimate Matters, an exhibition of work by NYU Steinhardt BFA students, in 2016. His writing is published in Paulo Bruscky: Artist Books and Films, 1970-2013 (Another Space, 2015). He was a research assistant for Carolee Thea’s On Curating II: Paradigm Shifts – Interviews with Fourteen International Curators (D.A.P., 2016) and Mário Pedrosa: Primary Documents (MoMA, 2015). He is currently co-organizer, for the fourth time, of the annual IFA-ISLAA Symposium for Latin American Art.