Rodolfo Andaur

Rodolfo Andaur is a contemporary art curator who works mostly in the territories of the so-called Northern Axis of South America promoting and disseminating artistic practices from Chile towards Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Peru. He is a native of Iquique, a historical city in the north of Chile. Also he studied journalism and holds an MA in Art History.

Rodolfo took part in curatorial teams that focus on critical analysis and reflection towards contemporary art in Chile: Chile Triennial (2009), Transcripcion_Local (2010-11) Economía de Sitio (2013) Paralelos Urbanos (2014) #DepresionesIntermedias (2015). Not only did those exhibitions produce knowledge through the medium of contemporary art, but they have also contributed to disseminate contemporary Chilean art on an international level.

Rodolfo has been awarded by FNDR Tarapacá for his contribution to regional cultural management in 2011 and has taken part in curatorial residencies in Brazil, Germany, Mexico, Poland, South Korea and United States.
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Mario Navarro's solo exhibition at Contemporary art Museum in Santiago de Chile

Installation conceptual, digital, interactive, participative, political

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