Edwin Nasr Curator
Edwin Nasr (1994) lives and works between Beirut and Amsterdam. He is the Assistant to the Director at Ashkal Alwan, a non-profit organization dedicated to artistic production, research, and study where – since 2017 – he has been taking part in the curatorial development of discursive programs, publications, and exhibitions. He is currently a participant of the Curatorial Programme 2020-21 at de Appel, Amsterdam. His writings can be found in Afterall (forthcoming), Bidoun, The Funambulist, n+1, Jadaliyya, and ArteEast Quarterly, and have been commissioned by the Sharjah Art Foundation, Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement in Geneva and MMAG Foundation in Amman. Nasr has worked on several editorial projects, including Beirut Art Center’s The Derivative and the inaugural Sharjah Architecture Triennial’s Rights of Future Generations. Wound Contra Empire, his ongoing archival project with artist Bassem Saad, examines the geopolitics of digital image-making, and has been presented at Harvard University VES in Cambridge, the AA School of Architecture in London, STRUKTURA at Podium in Oslo, and Asia Contemporary Art Week: Field Meeting at Alserkal Avenue in Dubai.
Image credits: Andres Lora Bastidas