Tommaso Speretta, based in Venice, has worked for many international art institutions, such as the Venice Biennale and the Office for Contemporary Art Norway. He published a critical essay on the art and history of Sister Corita Kent and contributed writing on the role of graphic design today for the exhibition catalogue Its Graphics Now! The Words Of The Future at Pitti Immagine 2012. In 2011 he worked with Bjarne Melgaard to organize the MA program Beyond Death: Viral Discontents and Contemporary Notion About AIDS at the IUAV University in Venice, and co-curated the exhibition Baton Sinister as part of Norways contribution at the 2011 Art Biennale. REBELS REBEL is his first book published by MER. Paper Kunsthalle.
ACT UP Chicago members carry a Kissing Doesnt Kill banner during the Gay Pride Parade on June 24, 1990, Chicago. Image Courtesy: The New York Public Library. REBELS REBEL Presented by Tommaso Speretta and Loring McAlpin Tuesday, September 23, 2014 6:308pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 FREE and open to the public In […]read more »