Proyectos Raul Zamudio is an itinerant exhibition space based in New York City that also partners with The Empty Circle in Brooklyn, NY. It aims to showcase art in any media that expands its discourse and engages contemporary culture within a myriad of contexts affecting the world we live in across geopolitical borders. We're happy to welcome new visitors and loyal regulars to all of our exhibitions and events in New York City and around the world. Our motto is: We Make History Not Money.
Unlike most exhibition spaces that are too busy to import research, PRZ is happy to review materials by artists but only if they are websites or PDFs that do not need to be returned, send links or PDFs to:
Further info about Proyectos Raul Zamudio, which is a natural progression of the independent curator and arts writer, Raul Zamudio:
Raul Zamudio is an independent curator and arts writer who was born in Tijuana, Mexico, raised in San Diego, California, and has been living and working in New York City since 1990. He has curated or co-curated 168 group or solo exhibitions in the Americas, Asia, and Europe including curator, "Fish Story," Contempo: International Contemporary Art Festival, Varna, Bulgaria, 2016; curator, "The Lady with the X-Ray Eyes," Contempo: International Contemporary Art Festival, Varna, Bulgaria, 2014; co-curator, "Here Is Where We Jump!," La Bienal 2013, El Museo Del Barrio, NY, NY; co-curator, "City Without Walls," 2010 Liverpool Biennial; co-curator, "Constellations": 2009 Beijing 798 Biennial; co-curator, "Turn and Widen": 2008 Seoul International Media Art Biennial; artistic director/curator, "Garden of Delights": 2008 Yeosu International Art Festival; and co-curator, "Poles Apart, Poles Together," 2005 Venice Biennial, Venice, Ialy.
More than 225 of his texts have been published including authoring, co-authoring, or contributing to dozens of art-related books and exhibition catalogs; some of his publications have been translated into other languages: Bulgarian, Chinese, Finnish, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, and Spanish. He is currently Corresponding Editor, Art Nexus, and was U.S. Correspondent for Flash Art, and other writings appear in numerous periodicals including Contemporary, TRANS, Zingmagazine, Journal of the West, Tema Celeste, Art in Culture, Art Map, [Art Notes], MAG, La Tempestad, Framework: The Finnish Art Review, Public Art, NYARTS, Berliner kunst, and the artist periodical SUBLIME.
Raul Zamudio studied art history at the C.U.N.Y Graduate Center, Columbia University, and the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU; and was a Helena Rubinstein Fellow in Critical Studies, Whitney Museum of American Art, Independent Study Program.
[anonymous artist, sketch made of RZ on NYC subway]