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Teresa Riccardi (Argentina, 1972)
Bachelor of Arts of the FFyL, University of Buenos Aires, professor and doctoral candidate of the same institution. She is co-editor and co-founder of the magazine Blanco sobre Blanco and has published extensively nationally and internationally. She was the artistic director of the contemporary art museum of Buenos Aires between 2013-2016 and was a member of the museum’s consultative council. In 2016 she was among the three nominees shortlisted for the position of Artistic Director of Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes. Since 2017, she has been appointed Director of Museo de Artes Plásticas Eduardo Sívori at Buenos Aires, Argentina. Between his curatorial works and more recent exhibitions she presented: Mariette Lydis. Transicionar lo surreal. (Museo Sivori, 2019), Links, (Museo Sívori, 2018), Tierra, Caos y Germen, (Museo Sivori, 2017) Cromophobia (MACBA, 2015/2016), Agency of Sub-tropical Affairs (EAC, Montevideo, Uruguay, MACSA, Salta, Argentina, 2013/2014), Assisted Manipulation, (NBP, Brazil, 2006).
La exposición (Sub)tropicalismos narrativos sugiere una fuga de nosotros mismos, para apropiarnos de representaciones e identidades móviles en tránsito por Sudamérica.read more »