Independent Curators International (ICI) supports the work of curators to help create stronger art communities through experimentation, collaboration, and international engagement. Curators are arts community leaders and organizers who champion artistic practice; build essential infrastructures and institutions; and generate public engagement with art. Our collaborative programs connect curators across generations, and across social, political and cultural borders. They form an international framework for sharing knowledge and resources — promoting cultural exchange, access to art, and public awareness for the curator’s role.
Paul Pfeiffer is a New York-based artist. He has had solo exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art (2001), MIT’s List Visual Arts Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (2003), the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2005), MUSAC León, Spain (2008), the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin (2009), the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (2010), Sammlung Goetz, Munich (2011), the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila (2015). He has received numerous awards and fellowships, including a Fulbright-Hayes Fellowship and the Bucksbaum Award from the Whitney Museum. He received his BFA in Printmaking from San Francisco Art Institute and received his MFA from Hunter College in New York. He is currently in residence from 2016-18 as Honorary Chair of the Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, where he is bringing Yoshua Okón as part of a two-year program of visiting lecturers.
Please join us at 192 BOOKS for a conversation between Barbara London and Paul Pfeiffer on the past, present, and future of Video and related arts.read more »
Yoshua Okón, currently an Artist-in-Residence at Denniston Hill, will speak about recent projects with ICI’s Renaud Proch and artist Paul Pfeiffer.read more »
Despite all that has changed since sexual and social identity became a hot-button topic in art production and discourse throughout the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s, one American stereotype still remains particularly entrenched: that of the male athlete.read more »