Natalie Musteata is a Ph.D. candidate in Art History at The Graduate Center, CUNY, where she is writing her dissertation on the contemporary history of artist-curated exhibitions. At Parsons, The New School, she teaches Art in the XXI Century; Art into Action: Socially-Engaged Practices in the 20th Century; and Performance and Participation in the 20th Century. Last year, she curated UNREST: Revolt against Reason at apexart, New York, and organized the panel discussion How Can Art Affect Political Change? for the Vera List Center for Art and Politics. In 2014, she will contribute the paper “The ‘I’ of the Artist-Curator” to the conference Exhibitions’ Histories at Centre Pompidou, Université Paris 8, and Palais de Tokyo, Paris, and chair the panel Acts of Dissent: Reflections on Art & Politics in the 21st Century at CAA, Chicago. Musteata is currently curating if I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution, an exhibition on the intersection of art and anarchism, scheduled to open in March 2014 at the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, Haverford College, Philadelphia.


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