The most interesting part of being a curator: Supporting artists in bringing new projects to fruition, ‘procreating’ in a creative way.
Can you name a figure that inspires you? All the figures that aspire to modify the territory they live in by way of their work, words and energies.
The most interesting thing of being a curator: Meeting and working with artists and others. Curating is about working with people.
A 2017 exhibition that you can’t wait to see? Two coinciding events, Documenta 14 and the Venice Biennale.
What advice would you give to someone who wants to start buying art? To buy artists from his/her generation, to try to know them and to invite them to dinner.
Teresa Giarcovich, artist with the gallery Piedras, tells us in first person about the works she’ll be presenting in Barrio Joven Chandon at arteBA 2015.
The actress Bárbara Lombardo writes on the work of Donjo León presented by the gallery Pasto in arteBA’s Barrio Joven Chandon 2015.
The editor of Compost, a magazine taking part in Isla de Ediciones at arteBA 2015, answers seven questions for arteBA’s blog.
The publishers of Malaletra, a project taking part in Isla de Ediciones at arteBA 2015, answer a mini-interview of seven questions.