Stephanie Noach is a curator and writer. Her most recent curatorial projects include: I would prefer not to (Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, the Netherlands) and the off-site festival of refusal of work Weve got time (Schloss Ringenberg, Germany). She has participated in conferences on the subjects of art and work such as the Printemps des Laboratoires (Les Laboratoires dAubervilliers, Paris, France, 2014) together with Dora Garcia and Maurizio Lazaratto. She curated An exhibition without spectators for the 11th Havana Biennial (2012). She has done residencies at HOM Art Trans (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) and Schloss Ringenberg. Her writing has been published in various catalogues and journals such as Papeles de Arte Contemporaneo (University of Granada) and Nexo (New York University). She participated in the 5th Gwangju Biennial International Curator Course (South Korea, 2013) and the Curatorial Workshop in Generative Practices at Vessel (Bari, Italy, 2013). She is currently organizing a series of exhibitions and interventions in Havana as curator of the collective EL Establo. She holds an M.A. in History of Art (with honors) from the University of Amsterdam and Latin American Studies with a Concentration in Museum Studies from New York University.
Curatorial Intensive Symposium: Mexico City
Image Credit: Felipe Romero Curatorial Intensive Symposium: Mexico City Monday, July 7, 2014 11am6pm Museo Jumex Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra 303 Colonia Granada Extension 11529 Mexico D.F. FREE and open to the public Join ICI and the participants of the Curatorial Intensive in Mexico City on Monday, July 7 for a daylong public symposium where […]read more »