Visual Art Critique: a detailed analysis and evaluation of an artist's work. (allows for social & critical discourse, analysis, interpretation, and artist direction, provides exposure to contemporary art history, yields artist networks, collaborations and relationships).
Regine Basha has worked for over 20 years curating exhibitions and public programs nationally and internationally in a variety of public institutions, public spaces, galleries and museums. In the past decade, she has developed a specific expertise in the work of sound installation artists as well as art coming from the MENA region and its diaspora. Her exhibitions have been funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation and the NEA has been reviewed by the New York Times, Artforum and The Wire.
Basha was born in Israel to Iraqi parents, and grew up in Montreal and Los Angeles. She studied studio art and art history at New York University and Concordia University and completed her M.A in 1996 from Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Basha works one-on-one with artists in all stages of their career on: project development, MFA thesis shows, public art production, and application support.
Solo show major institution
Group show at a major institution
Site specific public art