Independent Curators International (ICI) produces exhibitions, events, publications, research and training opportunities for curators and diverse audiences around the world. Established in 1975 and headquartered in New York, ICI is a hub that connects emerging and established curators, artists, and art spaces, forging international networks and generating new forms of collaborations. ICI provides access to the people and practices that are key to current developments in the field, inspiring fresh ways of seeing and contextualizing contemporary art.
Teresa Riccardi has a BA, teaches, and is a PhD candidate in Philosophy & Literature at the University in Buenos Aires. From 2004-07 she was the first fellow for the project PICT11294, directed by Dr. Andrea Giunta, granted by FONCYT-ANPYCT. From 2007-09 she received a postgraduate grant from CONICET, directed by Dr. Gonzalo Aguilar. From 2010-11 she received a national subsidy for cultural journals granted by the Secretary of Culture of the nation, to the magazine Blanco sobre Blanco that is edited in Argentina. Along with curators Santiago Garcia Navarro, Santiago Garcia Aramburu, and Valeria Gonzales, they published El pez, la bicicleta y la maquina de escribir. Un libro sobre el encuentro de espacios y grupos de arte independientes de America Latina (The fish, the bicycle, and the type writer. A book about the meeting of spaces and groups of independent art in Latin America) (2005). Some of her curatorial projects include Geometrías Heterodoxas, Mamba, Bs. As. (2003); Entretextos, Espacio Ecléctico, Bs, As. (2003); Duplus, EIEI, Valparaíso (2004); Manipulación asistida del NBP, DNM ExBiblioteca Nacional, Bs. As. (2006); Catch 22 goes on-line, Ingenuity Festival, Cleveland (2006); Area de Servicios, CCR, Bs.As. (2007); and AAS: Agencia de Asuntos (Sub)tropicales, EAC, Montevideo (2012).
La exposición (Sub)tropicalismos narrativos sugiere una fuga de nosotros mismos, para apropiarnos de representaciones e identidades móviles en tránsito por Sudamérica.read more »