Everything you wanted to know about curating but were afraid to ask – Zoë Gray

    Zoë Gray is senior curator at WIELS since 2015, where her exhibitions include Un-Scene (2015), Klara Lidén (2015), Erik van Lieshout (2016), Simon Denny (2016), Sven ‘t Jolle (2017), Rita McBride (2017), Saâdane Afif (2018) and Koenraad Dedobbeleer (2018). For 2019, she is preparing a solo show with Gabriel Kuri. Previously Gray was curator of the 4th edition of the contemporary art biennale Les Ateliers de Rennes in Brittany, France (2014) and worked as project manager for LUMA Arles (2012-2013). From 2006-2012, she was curator at Witte de With, center for contemporary art in Rotterdam, where she curated several exhibitions and the symposium series The Rotterdam Dialogues: Critics, Curators, Artists (2008-2009). She was vice president of IKT, the international association of curators of contemporary art, of which she remains a member. Gray is a member of the acquisition committee for the Frac des Pays de la Loire and is a member of the general assembly of La Loge, Brussels.