Amber Esseiva (BA ’09) is the co-curator for the upcoming show, Hedges, Edges, Dirt at the Institute for Contemporary Art. The show will be the second major exhibition from the newly opened ICA and will feature a group of five international artists.
Focusing on the artists interrelationships, the work will raise questions of culture, borders, dominance, and vulnerability.
Amber received her Bachelor of Arts from VCU in 2009. She continued her education with the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, receiving her MA in 2015. She has curated shows from emerging and mid-career artists with institutions like September Gallery, The Judd Foundation and A.I.R. Gallery.
On November 1st, Amber will host a special discussion on Pascale Marthine Tayou’s work, Plastic Tree. Click here to learn more!
(Photo by Sarah Walor, courtesy of Richmond Magazine)