Gratis

Varias fechas

Doctor's Hours: Mónica Espinel

Información sobre el evento

Comparte este evento

Fecha y hora

Ubicación

Ubicación

New York Foundation for the Arts

20 Jay Street

7th Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Ver mapa

Descripción del evento

Descripción

Eres un artista visual en busca de asesoramiento especializado? Esta es una oportunidad fantástica para revisar tu portafolio, crear una estrategia de difusión, o recibir información para desarrollar tu carrera artística.

Regístrate a Doctor’s Hours en español y tendrás la oportunidad de realizar una sesión de 30 minutos con profesionales del mundo artístico de Nueva York.

Regístrate para reservar una consulta con Mónica Espinel.

Mónica Espinel

Mónica Espinel es crítica y curadora independiente radicada en Nueva York. Es licenciada en psicología por Florida International University, Miami y cuenta con una maestría en Historia del Arte de Hunter College, Nueva York. Actualmente es la editora del catálogo razonado de Carmen Herrera, aun en curso. Realizó la curaduría de ‘‘Black Milk: Theories on Suicide’’ (Marvelli, 2004), ‘‘Ceremonies of Summer’’ (Latincollector, 2008), ‘‘Then & Now: Abstraction in Latin American Art’’ (Deutsche Bank, 2010), ‘‘Memory Leaks’’ (Creon, 2010), “Photographic Treasures from the Collection of Alfred Stieglitz” (curatorial assistant, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011), “Rituals of Chaos” (Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2012), “La piel que habito” (Laboratorio Curatorial, SP-Arte, 2013) y “Bruno Miguel: Todos à Mesa” (Galeria Emma Thomas, 2015). Espinel ha recibido distinciones tales como la beca de ArtTable para ser curadora en Wave Hill (2009); Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation Curatorial Fellowship del Bronx Museum of the Arts (2010) y Roswell L. Gilpatric Award para trabajar en el departamento de fotografía del Metropolitan Museum of Art (2011). Participó en los seminarios de ICI Curating Context: Producing, commissioning, collecting and siting artworks en el Instituto Inhotim, Brasil; 13th Istanbul Biennial, Mom Am I a Barbarian, Istambul; y the Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course, Gwangju, Korea. Sus articulos se han incluido en catolagos de arte como ArtNexus, Arte al Dia, Flash Art y Artforum.com.



Get practical and professional, tailored advice from a Spanish-speaking arts professional during our next Doctor’s Hours for Visual Artists in Spanish.

Register for a 30-minute appointment with a consultant to review your work samples or create an outreach strategy, and get the answers you need to continue advancing your artistic career.

Register for a consultation with

Mónica Espinel

Mónica Espinel is an independent curator and writer based in New York. She holds a B.S. in Psychology from Florida International University, Miami and an M.A. in Art History from Hunter College, New York. She is the editor of Carmen Herrera’s catalogue raisonné, in progress. She has held positions at Marvelli Gallery, Wildenstein & Co., and Frederico Sève/Latincollector. Selected curatorial projects include ‘‘Black Milk: Theories on Suicide’’ (Marvelli, 2004), ‘‘Ceremonies of Summer’’ (Latincollector, 2008), ‘‘Then & Now: Abstraction in Latin American Art’’ (Deutsche Bank, 2010), ‘‘Memory Leaks’’ (Creon, 2010), “Photographic Treasures from the Collection of Alfred Stieglitz” (curatorial assistant, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011), “Rituals of Chaos” (Bronx Museum of the Arts, 2012), “The Skin I Live In” (Curatorial Lab, SP-Arte, 2013) and “Bruno Miguel: Todos à Mesa” (Galeria Emma Thomas, 2015). She is the recipient of numerous awards including ArtTable’s Mentorship Grant to be a curatorial fellow at Wave Hill (2009), a Milton & Sally Avery Arts Foundation Curatorial Fellowship at the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2010) and a Roswell L. Gilpatric Award to work in the department of Photographs at The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2011). She participated in seminars such as ICI’s Curating Context: Producing, commissioning, collecting and siting artworks, Instituto Inhotim; 13th Istanbul Biennial, Mom Am I a Barbarian, Istanbul; and the Gwangju Biennale International Curator Course, Gwangju, Korea. Her writing has been featured in artist catalogues and ArtNexus, Arte al Dia, Flash Art and Artforum.com.



Comparte con tus amigos

Ubicación

New York Foundation for the Arts

20 Jay Street

7th Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Ver mapa

Guarda este evento

Evento guardado