Ruba Katrib. Photo: Diana Pfammatter
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Curator talk: Ruba Katrib

12 April 2024 09.30 AM - 11.00 AM
Art Hub Copenhagen Halmtorvet 27, 1700 København V

Please join us for a morning session and talk with Ruba Katrib, Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs at MoMA PS1, New York.

Presented and moderated by Lars Bang Larsen (AHC), Katrib will discuss a few of the recent shows and especially touch upon her work on artists, mostly women, who break from conventions and focus on forms of creative independence.

There will be steaming hot coffee and croissants for everyone.


Curator talk: Ruba Katrib
Friday, 12 April at 9.30AM

As usually, the event is free to attend, but please register via Billetto here.


Ruba Katrib is the Curator and Director of Curatorial Affairs at MoMA PS1, New York where she oversees the museum’s program and is a member of the leadership team. At PS1 she has organized exhibitions such as Rirkrit Tiravanija: A LOT OF PEOPLE (2023), Daniel Lind Ramos (2023), Jumana Manna: Break, Take, Erase, Tally (2022), Frieda Toranzo Jaeger: Autonomous Drive (2022), Greater New York (2021), Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life (2021), Simone Fattal’s retrospective in 2019, as well as solo shows by Edgar Heap of Birds (2019), Karrabing Collective (2019), Fernando Palma Rodríguez, and Julia Phillips (2018). From 2012–2018 she was the Curator at SculptureCenter in New York, where she organized over twenty exhibitions including 74 million million million tons (2018, co-organized with artist Lawrence Abu Hamdan) and solo shows with Carissa Rodriguez, Kelly Akashi, Sam Anderson, Teresa Burga, Nicola L., Charlotte Prodger, Rochelle Goldberg, Aki Sasamoto, Cosima von Bonin, Anthea Hamilton, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Magali Reus, Gabriel Sierra, Erika Verzutti, and David Douard. In 2018, Katrib co-curated SITE Santa Fe’s biennial, Casa Tomada, along with José Luis Blondet and Candice Hopkins. She regularly writes for periodicals and museum catalogues.

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