Curating the Contemporary (CtC) is a meeting place for discussions on contemporary art and its practices. It functions as a platform and resource for an international community of artists, curators, museologists and other specialists, sharing diverse perspectives in the format of exhibition reviews, interviews, previews, special features, academic pieces and creative texts.
CtC was established in October 2013 and has since grown as an experimental publisher, through the collaboration with different contributors and institutions. We pride ourselves on being an unbiased and inclusive organisation, welcoming proposals for content from people of any background and profession.
CtC is continually evolving.
Amy E. Brown is a painter, curator and writer. She attained a BA (Hons) in Painting from Gray’s School of Art, Aberdeen in 2010 and a MA with Distinction in Curating the Contemporary from the London Metropolitan University and Whitechapel Gallery in 2015. During her graduate placement as exhibitions intern at the Whitechapel Gallery, London she contributed to projects including; Lynette Yiadom-Boake: Natures, Natural and Unnatural, A Utopian Stage: Shiraz-Persepolis Festival of Arts and Emily Jacir’s Europa. She is co-founder of amaCollective. Recent projects include; Falling Fictions, meCollectors Room, Berlin, the line that (…), Five Years, London, shapes and things, Fill the Gap, London, dontdrinkthemilk#1, TripSpace, London and A Sense of Things, Zabludowicz Collection, London.
Miriam La Rosa is an independent curator and researcher. She has worked in Education, Public Programme and Exhibition departments of institutions including Whitechapel Gallery, London, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. More recently, she was Senior Researcher for the art consultancy agency Montabonel & Partners, London, engaging in the realisation of publications and international symposia. Miriam holds an MA in Curating the Contemporary from London Metropolitan University, a Master of Museology from Reinwardt Academy, Amsterdam, and a BA (Hons) in Art History from Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Brescia. Miriam is currently PhD Candidate in Art History and Art Curatorship at the University of Melbourne, where she was assigned a research scholarship to explore the notion of ‘artist residency’ from the perspective of hospitality – the relational roles of mutual empowerment between host and guest.