On Wednesday, 17 September, Madre museum will take part in the international Twitter-based event #AskACurator.
For one day it will be possible to chat with the curators of the leading museums of the world, satisfying any curiosity about the world of art, discovering what lies behind the conception, communication, organization and preparation of an exhibition, and understanding “from within” the curatorial experience and its role in the museum.
Starting from 10 am, you can tweet your questions to @Museo_MADRE, using the hashtag #askacurator.
Eugenio Viola – co-curator, with Alessandro Rabottini, of the project Per_forming a collection and, with Andrea Viliani, of the current exhibition of Francis Alÿs REEL-UNREEL (Afghan Projects, 2010-14) – will answer your questions during the live Twitter Q&A.
Eugenio Viola, is an art critic and Curator-at-Large at Madre. He is a scholar of theories and practices related to performance. On this subject he has extensively lectured in Italy and abroad, published several essays, and edited the monographs devoted to Regina José Galindo, Marina Abramović, Hermann Nitsch, and Orlan. He collaborates on regular basis with “Artforum” (USA). He curated a number of catalogues and exhibitions in Italy and abroad, among the others: Francis Alys – Reel-Unreel the Afghan Projects (Madre Museum, Naples, 2014); Mark Raidpere – The Damage (EKKM The Contemporary Art Museum of Tallinn, 2013); Marina Abramović – The Abramović Method (PAC | Padiglione di Arte Contemporanea, Milan, 2012). He will curate the Estonian Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale.