Visiting Curator: Dexter Wimberly | Lecture and Portfolio Review | May 13th | 1pm-4pm | Alexander Hall | Savannah, GA

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Dexter Wimberly is an independent curator based in New York. A passionate collector and supporter of the arts, Wimberly has exhibited the work of hundreds of artists in the U.S. and abroad. Wimberly maintains a critical dialogue with artists throughout the world by way of his exhibitions, public programs, and talks at galleries and public art spaces. Wimberly is the former Director of Strategic Planning at Independent Curators International (ICI). He is currently the Visiting Curator at Aljira – a Center for Contemporary Art, and serves on the board of The Laundromat Project. Wimberly has organized exhibitions and programs for CAM Raleigh; Driscoll Babcock Galleries; 101 Exhibit; Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art; bitforms gallery; Koki Arts, Tokyo; the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA); and The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; among others.

MAY 13th, 2016

LECTURE: 1pm-2pm, Alexander Hall Auditorium

Individual Portfolio Review: 2pm-4pm, Alexander Hall, Conference Room (Please see the front office to sign-up).

Recent Press:

http://www.okayafrica.com/news/the-ease-of-fiction-cam-raleigh-north-carolina-dexter-wimberly/
http://www.contemporaryand.com/fr/magazines/there-is-an-opportunity-for-art-exhibitions-to-be-both-academically-rigorous-and-wildly-popular/
http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/935268/looking-for-the-tradition-of-black-abstraction-at-mocada

Recent Exhibitions:

http://camraleigh.org/the-ease-of-fiction/
http://www.driscollbabcock.com/exhibitions/installation/corpus-americus#
http://www.edwardtylernahemfineart.com/exhibitions/2015-02-26_no-such-place/
http://www.bitforms.com/exhibitions/dtpflavor/press-release

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