Regine Basha

For Regine Basha, no two curatorial projects are alike; over the course of her 20-year career, her inventive approach has explored the very specific contexts or situations for the production of or engagement with new work – whether it be a sound show resonating throughout an entire town (“The Marfa Sessions”), artists’ interviews (“Resident:Host”), a radio presentation (“Tuning Baghdad” on, or commissions for derelict buildings with 27 artists (“when you cut into the present the future leaks out” at the Old Bronx Courthouse). Often, collaboration and connecting diversified fields of knowledge are central to her curatorial practice and interest. Seminal exhibitions and projects include with such artists as: Basim Magdy, Nina Katchadourian, Daniel Bozhkov, Julieta Aranda and Stephen Vitiello with Steve Roden. Her independent exhibitions have been hosted by Mass Moca, Ballroom Marfa, Sculpture Center, The Blanton Museum, Bloomberg Headquarters, Fridman Gallery and Cabinet. In 2016 Basha will be curating the 2106 Graduate Thesis show for Columbia University. A curatorial and publishing history can be found at