Rosario Güiraldes

Wednesday, Oct. 27:

Rosario Güiraldes is an Argentine curator who lives and works in New York. Güiraldes is Associate Curator at The Drawing Center. Recent and forthcoming curated exhibitions at The Drawing Center include The Pencil is a Key: Drawings by Incarcerated Artists (2019); Meet the Chicago 400: Lessons in the Carceral State (2020); as well as monographic exhibitions of Guo Fengyi (2020); Ebecho Muslimova (2021); and Fernanda Laguna (2021). Her large-scale monographic exhibition Forensic Architecture: Towards an Investigative Aesthetics was presented in different versions at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, MACBA (2017), and at the University Museum of Contemporary Art, MUAC, Mexico City (2017-2018). At Fundacion Proa, in Buenos Aires, she also curated Forensis (2015) with Anselm Franke and Eyal Weizman. Güiraldes has edited numerous publications, such as Forensic Architecture: Hacia una estética investigativa (2017); Staging (2017); Pioneer Works Journal (2017); The Present is the Form of All Life: The Time Capsules of Ant Farm and LST (2016); aCCseSsions (2015); Compost (2014); and Correspondencia (2011-2013). Güiraldes holds a B.Arch from the Universidad de Buenos Aires and an MA in Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.