Manuela Moscoso (Bogotá) lives and works between New York and Madrid. She is a freelance curator and researcher. Since 2001, she has organised exhibitions such as Even in the Quietest Moments at Vogt Gallery (2011, New York); The Action of Things at CCS Bard College (2011, New York); Juntos acordaron adelantar el oscurecer at Fundación Sa Nostra (2009, Mallorca); and En algún lugar alguien está viajando furiosamente hacia ti at La Casa Encendida (2005, Madrid). She co-curated the last two exhibitions with Patricia Esquivias.
She recently organised Antes de todo, an exhibition co-curated with Aimar Arriola at the CA2M (2010, Madrid), which focused on artistic production in Spain over the last 20 years. Between 2005-2008 she focused her curatorial work on projects that would involve the commission of new works in specific places, collaborating with artists such as Jorge Satorre, Bestué/Vives and Carlos Rodríguez-Méndez. She designed the PICNIC programme for the CA2M patio and directed Harder, Better, Slower, Stronger! in collaboration with S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium), the first curatorial residence programme and symposium held in Madrid.
At the end of 2010, she set up the curatorial office RIVET (New York) with curator Sarah Demeuse. She runs JULIO (www.thisisjulio.com) together with Ramón Mateos, and is a co-founder of los29enchufes together with Patricia Esquivias. Manuela Moscoso holds a Master’s degree in Curatorial Studies from Bard College (New York) and a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design (London).