Jorge Luis Marzo

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  • ISEA1997

    Jorge Luis Marzo was born in Barcelona in 1964, and graduated in Art History. Currently is a professor of Visual Criticism at the Institute of Politechnical Studies (IDEP), Barcelona, with a Thematic Residency in “Pop/Mass n’ Sub Cultures”at The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, Alberta. 1996. Co-curator of Subjetiles (contemporary art in Spain), Circulo de Bellas Artes (Madrid, April 97); Koldo Michelena (San Sebastian, September 97) and Centre d’Art Santa Monica (Barcelona, December 97; Curator of Escape (Pep Duran, Louise Sudell, David Hoffos); in preparation, Sala Amarica, Vitoria, October 1997; Curator of Singular Electric (in preparation), Joan Miro Foundation, Barcelona. March 1998. Curator of the show Octavillas: Cuando el ciefo cae sabre la tierra, (Leaflets: When Heaven falls down on Earth) (in preparation), July 1998, Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona (CCCB); Curator Peterborough Project (in preparation), in collabora­tion with Artspace/Strike Three Gallery, Peterborough, Ontario, Canad; Curator of the show Herejias. Critica de los mecanismos (Heresies. A Critique of Mechanisms), Centro Atlantic° de Arte Moderno (CAAM), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. June 6th to July 23rd, 1995; Curator of Panfletos de Agricultura (Pamphlets of Agri-Culture), 1994; Curator of the show I tu, que t’has cregut? lmatges que podrien ser (Seeing is believing. Images that could be), Museu Comarcal del Maresme, 1994. Director of the Lectures Program Ferho en public: La imatge i l’activisme social (Doing it in public: Image and Social Activism), Primavera Fotografica 1994 Festival, Centre d’Art Santa, November 1993-May 1994. Co-Founder (1993) and co-director of DE CALOR magazine, Barcelona. Curator of the project Sixta Lone, within the show Som 6 Minyons (II parte). Galeria Caries Poy, Barcelona. September 30—October 31, 1993. Director of the Contemporary Art Program and Curator of the Sala Montcada, Fundaciola Cain’: Barcelona, 1992. Extensive publications and lectures on art, culture, and politics.

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