EXPO CHICAGO Curatorial Exchange reception at the University Club of Chicago, 2018.
EXPO CHICAGO presents Palais de Tokyo | Singing Stones, September 12–October 29, 2017 presented in partnership with the Institut français as an extension of the curatorial exchange pilot program.
Guillaume Désanges and Frédéric Cherboeuf, A History of Performance in 20 Minutes performed as part of /Dialogues at EXPO CHICAGO, 2016.
Daniel Buren From three windows, 5 colours for 252 places, (2006) presented as part of IN/SITU, 2015.
Building upon a pilot program initiated in 2013 by EXPO CHICAGO, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Chicago and the Institut français, EXPO CHICAGO officially launched the Curatorial Exchange program, an unprecedented international initiative developed by the exposition in partnership with foreign consulates and cultural agencies. The Curatorial Exchange offers a select group of mid-career and established curators based around the world the opportunity to engage closely with their peers, convening as part of a four-day program, including access to exhibitions, top private collections, artist studios, museums and institutions.
Over the four day program, invited curators had the opportunity to engage with the more than 135 international exhibitors and organizations participating in EXPO CHICAGO, fostering new insights on gallery programs and artists’ practices from around the world. In 2018, the Curatorial Exchange included more than ten curators from China (supported by the China Arts and Entertainment Group), Denmark (supported by the Danish Ministry for Culture, the Danish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, and the Danish Arts Foundation), France (supported by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Chicago), Italy (supported by the Italian Cultural Institute) and The Netherlands (supported by the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York).