Postcart: Mary Ceruti An Executive Director And Chief Curator At Sculpture Center


Agnieszka Kurant, Cutaways, Film Still, SculptureCenter, New York, 2013, courtesy of SculptureCenter

Agnieszka Kurant, Cutaways, Film Still, SculptureCenter, New York, 2013, courtesy of SculptureCenter

Contemporary Lynx invites curators, collectors, museums directors, gallery owners, and people from the “art world” to share with us the most interesting, important or intriguing artworks by Polish artists. Each of our guests will select one piece of art and present it to us in the form of a postcard. This bite-size selection chosen by top experts aims to show the vibrancy and quality of contemporary Polish art.

SculptureCenter is a not-for-profit arts institution founded by artists in 1928, dedicated to experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture. SculptureCenter commissions new work and presents exhibits by emerging and established, national and international artists.

Agnieszka Kurant was born in 1978 in Lodz, Poland and studied in Lodz, Warsaw, and London. She was an artist in residence at Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2004); ISCP, New York (2005); Paul Klee Center, Bern (2009); Location One, New York (2012); and Iaspis, Stockholm (2013). She represented Poland at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale (in collaboration with the architect Aleksandra Wasilkowska). Her works have been shown at: Witte de With, Rotterdam (2011); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2004); Tate Modern, London (2006); among other international venues. She participated in several international contemporary art exhibitions including: Performa Biennial, New York (2009); Bucharest Biennale (2008); and 2nd Ural Biennial (2012).

Mary Ceruti acts as SculptureCenter’s Chief Curator and oversees all aspects of program, planning, and organizational development. 

 She has organized numerous solo and group exhibitions of contemporary art and curated special projects and commissions by over 50 emerging and established artists. Before joining SculptureCenter in 1999, Mary worked as an independent curator and writer and was the Director of Programs at Capp Street Project, an acclaimed international residency program, commissioning installation projects in San Francisco from 1992-98.

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