Inés Arango-Guingue is an independent curator, writer and artist from Bogotá, Colombia. She has worked and organized solo and group exhibitions in Colombia and the U.S., and led artist spaces, and performance and art education programs in Colombia. She most recently curated and facilitated Fantasmas Y Paratexto (Ghosts and Paratext) at Museo del Banco de La República in Bogotá, a five-month long residency and exhibition program. As part of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Master of Arts Administration and Policy’s 2023 cohort, Inés was co-editor of the department’s journal, Emerge and a Graduate Fellow of SAIC’s Institute for Curatorial Research and Practice.
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