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Frieze Curatorial Summit: It Belongs to Me! Curation, Censorship and the Resurgent Far Right

Campaigners protesting against the cancellation of the exhibition “Queermuseu - Cartography of the Difference in Brazilian Art”, at the Santander Cultural Centre in Porto Alegre, Brazil, 2017.
Campaigners protesting against the cancellation of the exhibition “Queermuseu - Cartography of the Difference in Brazilian Art”, at the Santander Cultural Centre in Porto Alegre, Brazil, 2017.

3 October 2019

16.30—18.00

Frieze Art Fair
Regents Park
London,

Frieze Masters auditorium
Free to Frieze pass holders

This year’s CAS/Frieze Curatorial Summit looks at the resurgence of populism and the far-right, which echoes the days when the School of Bauhaus closed due to mounting pressure from the Nazi regime. A group of international speakers will discuss the situation in countries including Brazil, Turkey and Germany and how institutions can respond to the current climate. More information to follow.

Please note this event takes place at the Frieze Masters auditorium, not the Frieze London auditorium.

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