A curator’s job is to give shape to an exhibition by navigating a field of conflicting needs and desires: the public’s, the art’s, the artist’s, and those of the institutions that house them. But curation isn’t just a balancing act. It also often means cutting out or intensifying one of these elements, to tell a different story and find the best possible form for exhibiting an artist’s work.
For the Parallel Talks, we presented a set of new exhibition formats alongside Alejandra Aguado from the Argentinian independend art space Móvil. The talk, titled “An Exhibition By Any Other Name,” was organized by Art Basel for the ArteBA art fair in Buenos Aires.
Random Institute presented the following projects:
Móvil presented the following projects:
The talk took place on April 13, 2019 at ArteBA in Buenos Aires, and was simultaneously translated in Spanish and English. The entire program can be downloaded here.
First two photos by Max Andrews and Stuart Fallon. Thanks.