Carla Zaccagnini:
Messing with Museums

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Course Description 
Can you play tricks on a museum? In Messing with Museums, art world polymath Carla Zaccagnini will illustrate her practice as an artist, curator, writer and teacher through her critical interventions in museums, art schools, exhibitions and art magazines that playfully expose the structures within these institutions. With her unique perspective on both sides with her art making and exhibition making experience, Zaccagnini will talk about the interplay between these two roles and also will reveal important details on institutional collecting methods, their information strategies and financial support systems that enable them to construct and retain value.
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Carla Zaccagnini

Argentine-born Carla Zaccagnini could be considered the ultimate art world polymath. She practices as an artist, writer, curator, and teacher. Zaccagnini has presented her work in such prestigious museums and exhibitions as the Los Angeles County Museum; the Guggenheim Museum; New York; the Museu de Arte de São Paulo as well as the 8th Berlin Biennale (2014), the 9th Shanghai Biennale (2012), and the 28th Bienal de São Paulo (2008). Currently, she is a professor of Conceptual and Contextual Practices at the distinguished Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Her last major curatorial project was the 34th Bienal de São Paulo, for which she served as a co-curator.
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