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Julieta González

Julieta González is Senior Curator at the Museo Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City, and Adjunct Curator at the Bronx Museum in New York. From 2009–12 she was Associate Curator of Latin American Art at Tate Modern, London, and an independent curator. She has been curator of contemporary art at the Museo Alejandro Otero (1999–2001) and Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas (1994–97 and 2001–03). She was co-curator of the 2da Trienal Poligráfica de San Juan, Latinoamérica y el Caribe with Jens Hofmann, along with Artistic Director Adriano Pedrosa and guest curator Beatriz Santiago. González has curated over 30 exhibitions including Juan Downey: A Communications Utopia (2013), Rita McBride: Public Transaction (2013), Tomorrow Was Already Here (2012), all at the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City; Ways of Working: The Incidental Object, Fondazione Merz, Turin (2013); Parque Industrial, Galeria Luisa Strina, Sao Paulo (2012); Juan Downey: El ojo pensante, Fundación Telefónica, Santiago, Chile (2010); Farsites at Insite San Diego/Tijuana (adjunct curator with curator Adriano Pedrosa, 2005); Etnografía modo de empleo, Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas (2003); and Demonstration Room: Ideal House (with Jesús Fuenmayor, 2000–02) at Museo Alejandro Otero, Caracas. She has edited several artist books and written essays for international publications and catalogs. She holds an MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, London, was a Helena Rubinstein Curatorial Fellow at the Whitney Independent Study Program (1997–98), and studied architecture at the Universidad Simón Bolívar in Caracas and at the École d’Architecture Paris-Villemin in Paris.

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Curatorial Intensive: Mexico City Faculty

The following videos are a series of video interviews, conducted in Spanish, with selected faculty from the Curatorial Intensive in Mexico City. These videos were produced during the Curatorial Intensive in Mexico City, in collaboration with Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo, from June 30–July 7, 2014. To see all of the videos from this project, please […]

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