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Hong Kong - 30/07/2014
Para Site appoints Deputy Director and is awarded largest-ever grant from HAB
Hong Kong's leading contemporary art space Para Site appoints Frances Wu Giarratano as Deputy Direct...
Yokohama - 29/07/2014
Yokohama Triennale
The 5th edition of the Yokohama Triennale opens on August 1.
Paris - 28/07/2014
Paul McCarthy’s Chocolate Factory in Paris
“Chocolate Factory”, Paul McCarthy’s major solo show curated by Chiara Parisi, is open from 25...
Milan - 23/07/2014
Takashi Murakami lands in Milan
Tonight, Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is set to unveil a new large-scale one-man exhibition at...
New York - 11/07/2014
On Kawara passed at the age of 81
On Kawara, the Japan-born conceptual artist who made his home in New York City for the past 50 years...

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Gijón, Spain
Fundacion La LABoral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial has named Benjamin Weil as Chief Curator

The selection panel of judges, composed by the executive board of patrons of the Fundación and Gerfried Stocker, director of Ars Electronica in Linz and member of the scientific commission of LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial met on June 2nd, deciding unanimously to appoint Benjamin Weil - chosen among 125 candidates - for the position of Chief Curator.


Benjamin Weil (Paris, 1962) studied in the Institut d'Estudes Supérieures des Artes (IESA) in Paris and undertook curatorial training in Venice on the Peggy Guggenheim curatorial program and in New York in the Independent Study Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art. After beginning his career working as an independent critic and curator, Weil has worked for renowned institutions such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA) and Artists Space in New York. He is currently a visiting professor in the Faculty of Art and Design at the IUAV University in Venice and has curated specific works for the recently inaugurated 53rd Venice Biennale.




Benjamin Weil

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