International curators talks online

International curators talks online

International Curator Talks online

Anneka French
 is a writer and curator based in Birmingham, UK. She is editorial manager at this is tomorrow and reviews for Art Quarterly, Photomonitor and a-n. Anneka currently works at New Art West Midlands and Coventry Biennial, previously working at Tate Modern, Ikon and The New Art Gallery Walsall. Recent independent curatorial projects include Frederick Hubble: Hypha at KH7 artspace, Aarhus, Denmark; exhibitions by Jaskirt Boora and Jon Tonks for BLAST!, Sandwell; Mitra Saboury: Pulling Walls at Grand Union, Birmingham, and a group exhibition at National Trust property, Croome, Worcestershire.

Anneka will present her talk to the FSAS community on Sept 1 and it will be made available online wihtin a month.

Àngels Miralda
 recorded a talk for us in June, which is now available online. 
Àngels (b. 1990, lives in Terrassa, Catalonia) is an independent writer and curator interested in connecting materiality and the psyche, analysing artistic production on the global industrial scale, and artistic ethics. Recently she has curated exhibitions at Re_Act Contemporary 2019, Azores Islands; Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga; Zeller van Almsick, Vienna; GMK, Zagreb; Lítost, Prague; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago de Chile. She writes regularly for Collecteurs Magazine, Rotunda, and Arts of the Working Class. 

Photo credit: Fred Hubble - Hypha KH7 artspace Aarhus Denmark May-June 2019. Installation view. Curated by Anneka French

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