Chris Sharp - curator

(1974, US) Lives and works in Mexico DF
  • Apéro Talk: Chris Sharp, Chris Fritzpatrick

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    Chis Sharp y Chris Fitzpatrick presentan sus respectivas prácticas curatoriales

    Miércoles, 19 de junio 19:00 hs en NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona*

    Chris Sharp (1974, USA; Ciudad de México, DF—MX) es escritor y comisario independiente. Sus intereses curatoriales giran en torno a una serie de cuestiones que van desde la reiteración, la retirada y la criminalidad hasta la danza. Sus exposiciones y proyectos recientes incluyen, Notes on Neo-Camp, Office Baroque Gallery, Amberes, 2013, que viajará a Studio Voltaire en junio de 2013; Seeing is Believing, exposicion personal de Jochen Lempert, Norma Mangione galería, Turín, 2013; Smeared with the Gold of the Opulent Sun en la Nomas Foundation, Roma, 2012; Bouvard and Pécuchet’s Compendious Quest for Beauty, co-comisariada con Simone Menegoi, a la David Roberts Art Foundation, Londres, 2012; Under Destruction, co-comisariada con Gianni Jetzer, en el Museo Tinguely, Basilea, 2010, que viajó a el Swiss Institute, Nueva York, 2011; y la performance 13 Pieces, 17 Feet, en la que colaboró con Becky Beasley en la Serpentine Gallery, Londres 2010; Still Vast Reserves al Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia, 2010, co-comisariada con Emily Cormack y Alexie Glass-Cantor; In Which the Wind is Also a Protagonist en La générale en manufacture, Sèvres, Francia, 2010; un sondeo individual de la obra de Alexander Gutke al Culturgest, Porto, de 2009, que viajó a MOCAD, Detroit, 2009; y Disarming Matter, Dunkers Kulterhus, Helsingborg, Suecia, 2008. En 2012, fue preseleccionado como comisario de la 8ª Bienal de Berlín de 2014. Ademas co-dirige, con el artista Martin Soto Climent, el espacio proyecto Lulu en la Ciudad de México. Es editor-at-large de la revista Kaleidoscope, editor colaborador de Art Review, y su trabajo ha aparecido en distintas revistas y publicaciones on-line, incluyendo Fillip, Afterall, Mousse, Metropolis M, Camera Austria, Art Press, Art Agenda y Artforum, entre otros.
    Chris Fitzpatrick (1978, USA; Amberes—B) es director de Objectif Exhibitions — una institución sin ánimo de lucro en la que desarrolla un programa de cuatro años que consiste en exposiciones individuales presentadas en diferentes escalas temporales y físicas, y en consecuencia con diferente niveles de mediación. Fitzpatrick ha estado en residencia curatorial en la FIAC / Fondation d’entreprise Ricard (París), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turín), y el Centro Banff (Alberta). Desde 2007, ha organizado de manera independiente exposiciones y eventos, incluyendo el Pabellón de San Francisco, 9ª Bienal de Shanghai, Shanghai, China (2012), Sõida TASA ULE silla, ART IST KUKU NU UT festival, Tartu, Estonia (2012); SC13 en San Francisco Antique & Design Mall (2010-11), Nina Beier: Lo que sigue a Will Follow II en Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco (2010-11), Persona en el Meno, en el Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Guarene d’Alba (2010) y el Palazzo Ducale, Génova (2010), El Museo Marvelous: huérfanos, Curiosidades & Treasures – Un proyecto de Mark Dion en Oakland Museum of California (2010) y The W. en W. Victor Crich al Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, Banff Centre, Alberta (2009), entre otros. Sus escritos han sido publicados en Spike, Pazmaker, Nero, Mousse, Fillip, Cura, The Baltic Notebooks of Anthony Blunt, catálogos de exposiciones y libros.

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    Wednesday, 19th June at 7:00pm at NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona

    Chris Sharp (1974, USA; DF—MX) writer and independent curator. His curatorial interests revolve around several matters, from the reiteration, the moving away and criminality to the dance. His recent exhibitions and projects include Notes on Neo-Camp, Office Baroque Gallery, Antwerp, 2013, which will travel to Studio Voltaire in June 2013; Seeing is Believing, Jochen Lempert personal exhibition; Norma Mangione gallery, Torino, 2013; Smeared with the Gold of the Opulent Sun in Nomas Foundation, Roma, 2012; Bouvard and Pécuchet’s Compendious Quest for Beauty, co-curated with Simone Menegoi, in David Roberts Art Foundation, London, 2012; Under Destruction, co-curated with Gianni Jetzer, in Tinguely Museum, Basilea, 2010, which moved at Swiss Institute, New York, 2011; and the performance 13 Pieces, 17 Feet, in collaboration with Becky Beasley at Serpentine Gallery, London 2010; Still Vast Reserves at Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, Australia, 2010, co-curated with Emily Cormack and Alexie Glass-Cantor; In Which the Wind is Also a Protagonist at La générale en manufacture, Sèvres, France, 2010; an individual survey at Alexander Gutke’s work at Culturgest, Porto, 2009, which travelled to MOCAD, Detroit, 2009; and Disarming Matter, Dunkers Kulterhus, Helsingborg, Switzerland, 2008. In 2012, was pre-selected as curator at 8th Berlin Bienal at 2014. Besides, co-runs, with the artist Martin Soto Climent, the project-space Lulu in Mexico City. Is editor-at-large at Kaleidoscope magazine, editor collaborator of Art Review, and his work has appeared at several magazines and publications on-line, including Fillip, Afterall, Mousse, Metropolis M, Camera Austria, Art Press, Art Agenda y Artforum, among others.

    Chris Fitzpatrick (1978, USA; Antwerp—B) Objectif Exhibitions directors – a non-profit institution which developes a four years program consisting in individual exhibitions presented in different temporal and physical scales, and in consequence with different mediation levels. Fitzpatrick has been curator in residence in FIAC / Fondation d’entreprise Ricard (Paris), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Torino), and Centro Banff (Alberta). Since 2007, he independentlly organized exhibitions and events, including San Francisco’s pavilion, 9th Shanghai Bienal, Shanghai, china (2012), Sõida TASA ULE silla, ART IST KUKU NU UT festival, Tartu, Estonia (2012); SC13 in San Franciso Antique & Design Mall (2010-11), Nina Beier: Will Follow II at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco (2010-11), Persona en el Meno, at Palazzo Re Rebaudengo, Guarene d’Alba (2010) and Palazzo Ducale, Geneve (2010), El Museo Marvelous: orphan, Curiosidades & Treasures – A Mark Dion project in Oakland Museum of California (2010) and The W. in W. Victor Crich at Paul D. Fleck Library & Archives, Banff Centre, Alberta (2009), among others. His writings have been published at Spike, Pazmaker, Nero, Mousse, Fillip, Cura, The Baltic Notebooks of Anthony Blunt, exhibition catalogues and books.