Özge Ersoy is Public Programmes Lead at Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. Before joining AAA, she was Curator and Program Manager of collectorspace, Istanbul. She is also Managing Editor of m-est.org, an online publication conceived as an artist-centered initiative. Ersoy is Editor of Fatma Bucak: I must say a word about fear (2014), telegenic (with Ekberzade, SPOT, 2014), and How to Begin? Envisioning the Impact of Guggenheim Abu Dhabi (CCS Bard, 2010). She contributed to Constituent Museum (IInternationale/Valiz, 2018), Sarkis: Respiro (?KSV, 2016), Rethinking Contemporary Art and Multicultural Education (New Museum, 2014), and Speculation, Now (Vera List Center/Duke Uni. Press, 2014). Her writings have been included in ArtAsiaPacific, Bidoun, Brand-New-Life, Domus, Modern Painters, and The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, among others. Ersoy holds an MA from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. She lives and works in Hong Kong.
Curatorial Seminar Public Symposium Wednesday, September 25, 2013 37pm SALT Galata Bankalar Caddesi 11 ? Karaköy 34420 ?stanbul Türkiye T +90 212 334 22 25 The public symposium in Istanbul will present the research of the following seven international curators brought together for the Curatorial Seminar: Özge Ersoy, Mónica Espinel, Nazli Gurlek, Olga Hatzidaki, Kate […]read more »