Alexandra Laudo [Heroínas de la Cultura] is an independent curator based in Barcelona.
She has recently curated the exhibition series The possibility of an island at Espai 13, Fundació Miró, the collective show A certain darkness at CaixaForum, with works of the collections of Fundació “la Caixa” and MACBA (on view until January 2019), and has co-curated the site-specific program Composicions for the Barcelona Gallery Weekend. In 2015-2016 she was one of the participants in the curatorial research program CuratorLab (Kontsfack, Stockholm), where she developed An intellectual history of the clock, a performative curatorial project which has been presented at Malongen – Nordiska Konstförbundet (Stockholm), Timelab (Ghant), L’Iselp (Brussels), HalfHouse (Barcelona), Ciało i Umysł (Warsaw), andriesse eyck galerie(Amsterdam), and Collective (Edinburgh). Laudo has received different curatorial awards and research grants, such as the Terrassa Comissariat Award, the BCN Producció Comissariat award, the grant for Training and Improvement in the fields of art, philosophy and new creativity, the curatorial award Comisart, by Fundació “la Caixa”, and very recently, the GAC Curatorship Award. She writes regularly about art and contemporary culture for B-guided and for the critical platform A-Desk, has been editor and author of various books, and has contributed essays and critical texts to different publications.
Last update: November 11th, 2019