Scholl Lecture Series: Kate Fowle

Kate Fowle is chief curator at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow and director-at-large at Independent Curators International (ICI) in New York. From 2009-13, she was the executive director of ICI. Previously, she was the inaugural international curator at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing (2007-08) and chair of the Master’s Program in Curatorial Practice, which she co-founded in 2002 for California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Before moving to the United States, Fowle was co-director of Smith + Fowle in London. From 1994-96, she was curator at the Towner Art Gallery and Museum in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Fowle’s recent curatorial projects include solo exhibitions with David Adjaye, John Baldessari, Urs Fischer, Rashid Johnson, Irina Korina, Robert Longo, Taryn Simon, and Rirkrit Tirivanija, as well as extended essays on Rasheed Araeen, Doug Aitken, Louise Bourgeois, Ilya Kabakov, Sterling Ruby, Qiu Zhijie, and Althea Thauberger. She has also written on curating and exhibition histories for numerous publications and magazines, including Garage, Open Editions/de Appel, Parkett, Modern Painters, Mousse, Art in America, Manifesta Journal, the Exhibitionist, and Frieze.​

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