Alexie Glass-Kantor is based in Melbourne, where since 2006 she has been the Director and Senior Curator of Gertrude Contemporary, one of Australias longest-running independent art spaces that houses galleries, sixteen artists studios, and an international exhibition and residency program. Before that, Glass-Kantor was a curator at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) and worked in state art institutions, museums, independent spaces, and festivals. As a curator, she has contributed to projects at institutions including Petronas Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2007); SITE Santa Fe Biennial, New Mexico (2008); National University of Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (200809); Magazzino Darte Moderna, Rome (2009); Ivan Dougherty Gallery, University of New South Wales, Sydney (2009); and Iberia Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing and Warmun Indigenous Arts Centre, Western Australia (201012). Recent curatorial collaborations include: Parallel Collisions: 12th Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, with Natasha Bullock at the Art Gallery of South Australia (2012); City Within the City, Artsonje Centre, South Korea with Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (201113); and 21:100:100 – one hundred sound works by one hundred artists from the twenty-first century with the Melbourne International Arts Festival and MONA/FOMA (200809). Glass-Kantor regularly contributes to symposiums, forums, and journals throughout the Asia-Pacific region; was the Asialink curator-in-residence at Ssamzie Space, Seoul, in 2005; is Deputy Chair of the Contemporary Art Organisations of Australia and is a board member of the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), Australias peak body for cultural advocacy.
Alexie Glass-Kantor Wednesday June 19, 2013 78:30pm Tyler Rollins Fine Art 529 West 20th Street, #10W New York, NY 10011 FREE As part of our Curator’s Perspective seriesan itinerant public discussion series featuring international curatorsAlexie Glass-Kantor (Director and Senior Curator of Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne) will present on The Independence Project. Developed in 2006, The Independence […]read more »