Rachel Dedman is a curator, writer, and art historian based between Lebanon and London. As an independent curator, recent projects include exhibitions for Ashkal Alwans Home Works 8, Sursock Museum, and Beirut Art Center (all Beirut, Lebanon); Kiln Theatre (London, UK); the Transart Triennial (Berlin, Germany); apexart (New York, USA); and the Palestinian Museum (West Bank, Palestine). In 2019, Rachel joined the V&A, London, as Jameel Curator of Contemporary Art from the Middle East. She is also curating exhibitions for Kettles Yard (Cambridge, UK), and the Whitworth Gallery (Manchester, UK) in 2020. Rachel is co-founder and editor of polycephaly.net, and one third of Radio Earth Hold, a research collective commissioning radio broadcasts from artists. She is published extensively in contemporary arts contexts, and is currently a Forum Fellow at Art Dubai. Rachel studied history of art at St Johns College, Oxford, and Harvard University, specialising in art from the Middle East.
Curatorial Intensive Symposium: Moscow
Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium in Moscow Saturday, August 9, 2014 Session 1: 2:30-4:30 pm Session 2: 5:00-7:45 pm Garage Education Center 9/4 Krimskiy Val street Moscow, Russia 119049 FREE and open to the public Join ICI and the participants of the Curatorial Intensive in Moscow for a daylong public symposium, where the participants will present […]read more »