27-31 March – Inti Guerrero
Inti Guerrero (1983, Colombia) is currently the Estrellita B. Brodsky Adjunct Curator of Latin American Art at Tate (London). From 2011–2014 he was the Associate Artistic Director/Curator at TEOR/éTica, a non-profit art space founded in 1999 in San José (Costa Rica) by Virginia Pérez-Ratton. From 2007-2008 he attended De Appel’s Curatorial Programme.
Guerrero has curated exhibitions at Tate Modern (London), the Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo (São Paulo), Para Site (Hong Kong) and Kadist (San Francisco), amongst other institutions in Europe, Latin America and Asia. His texts have been published in Afterall (London), Manifesta Journal (Amsterdam), Metropolis M (Amsterdam) and Art Asia Pacific (Hong Kong). He lives and works primarily from Hong Kong where he runs the curatorial project Neptune: www.neptunehk.rocks
About EVA International
EVA International is Ireland’s biennial of contemporary art. Every two years EVA International works with guest curators to create a 12-week program of exhibitions and events that engages with the people and city of Limerick. Since being founded in 1977, EVA International has worked with 41 curators and 2,098 artists from around the world, bringing innovative exhibitions to audiences in the west of Ireland.
EVA International has previously been curated by: Koyo Kouoh (2016), Bassam El Baroni (2014), Annie Fletcher (2012), Elizabeth Hatz (2010), Angelika Nollert & Yilmaz Dziewior (2009), Hou Hanru (2008), Klaus Ottmann (2007), Katerina Gregos (2006), Dan Cameron (2005), Zdenka Badovinac (2004), Virginia Pérez-Ratton (2003), Apinan Poshyananda (2002), Salah M. Hassan (2001), Rosa Martínez (2000), Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn (1999), Paul M. O’Reilly (1998), Guy Tortosa (1996), María de Corral (1995), Jan Hoet (1994), Gloria Moure (1993), Lars Nittve (1992), Germano Celant (1991), Saskia Bos (1990), Florent Bex and Alexander Roshin (1988), Ida Panicelli (1987), Nabuo Nakamura (1986), Rudi Fuchs (1985), Peter Fuller (1984), Liesbeth Brandt Corstius (1982), Pierre Restany (1981), Brian O’Doherty (1980), Sandy Nairne (1979), Adrian Hall, Charles Harper, Theo Mcnab, Cóilín Murray (1978), Barrie Cooke, John Kelly, and Brian King (1977).