2018 Residents: Nicholas Fox Weber Curatorial Residencies

A new programme of curatorial residencies will take place from 2018–2022 in Cork, Ireland.

The GLUCKSMAN is pleased to announce a new programme of curatorial residencies that will take place from 2018–2022 in Cork, Ireland. The residencies are named in honour of the cultural historian, curator and writer, Dr Nicholas Fox Weber, who is the Executive Director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation and an honorary graduate of University College Cork. The 2018 recipients are:

Daisy Desrosiers 
Daisy Desrosiers is an independent curator and cultural researcher from Montréal, Canada. In 2019, she will be curating projects at Clark Center in Montréal as well as Oakvilles Galleries in Oakvilles, Canada. Her current research is based on the cultural and material implications of the use of sugar in contemporary art. This residency is additionally supported by Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh.

Tobi Maier
Tobi Maier served as curator at Frankfurter Kunstverein (2006–2008), Ludlow 38 in New York (2008–2011), associate curator for the 30. São Paulo Biennale (2012) and co-founder of exhibition space SOLO SHOWS in São Paulo. He recently completed PhD research at the Universidade de São Paulo and contributes writing to a variety of magazines such as OEI, Artforum, frieze and Flash Art.

The NFW Curatorial Residency programme allows curators based out- side of Ireland to undertake research within the artistic and academic context of the GLUCKSMAN, UCC, as well as to enable wider engagement with cultural networks in the Cork region.