“Independent Vision Curatorial Award”

Twelve exhibition curators shortlisted for the Independent Vision Curatorial Award

The Independent Curators International has selected twelve curators to compete for its Independent Vision Curatorial Award. Director of the Pérez Art Museum in Miami, Franklin Sirmans, will personally choose the winner who will receive $3,000 to finance a new exhibition project. In the running are curator and choreographer Rashida Bumbray, independent curator and producer Elise Atangana, as well as Dhaka Art Summit chief curator and artistic director Diana Campbell...

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Eva Barois De Caevel wins ICI’s 2014 Independent Vision Curatorial Award

Eva Barois De Caevel, independent curator and researcher, has been named as the Independent Vision Curatorial Award Honoree as selected by Nancy Spector, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. “Eva Barois De Caevel’s unflinching curatorial practice tackles some of today’s most urgent issues, including sexuality and human rights, in a postcolonial world. Working collaboratively to encourage dialogue and participation among her audiences, with issues both local and global, she is courageously expanding the curatorial field,” Spector declares. Eva Barois De Caevel is based in Paris and is assistant curator at Raw Material Company, Dakar. The Independent Vision Curatorial Award was established in 2010 in an aim to support international curators during the early stages of their careers; the shortlist of 15 emerging curators was selected by 15 internationally well-established curators on the basis of recent shows or research produced. The award will be presented by Nancy Spector at a ceremony on 17 November in New...

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ICI announces nominations for Independent Vision Curatorial Award

Independent Curators International (ICI) have announced their list of nominations for the biannual Independent Vision Curatorial Award. The award is designed to honour up-and-coming curators; this year, nominees hail from traditional art centres New York, Paris and London, as well as Guatemala, Costa Rica, Slovenia, and Senegal. The nominees are: Eva Barois De Caevel, Bao Dong, Anne Dressen, Inti Guerrero, Agung Hujatnikajennong, Naima Keith, Thomas Lax, Tevž Logar, Emile Maurice, Diana Nawi, Mary Pansanga, Marina Reyes Franco, Gaia Tedone and Natalia Valencia. The winner will be selected by Nancy Spector, chief curator and deputy director of Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. The prize will be awarded during the ICI’s annual gala in New York 17 November 2014, with the winner receiving $3,000 to put towards a new curatorial...

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