Nicole J. Caruth is an independent curator and writer whose work examines place and identity. She works with contemporary artists in gallery contexts and public spaces, organizing exhibitions such as: The Grace Jones Project; Fallen Fruit: Power of People, Power of Place; Derrick Adams: Crossroad—A Social Sculpture; and more recently, Build Better Tables, a temporary public-art exhibition commissioned by the Nashville Office of Arts and Culture. Her writing has been published in ARTnews; C Magazine; Gastronomica; Hyperallergic; Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art; Public Art Review; and Vitamin Green, a Phaidon Press volume. Caruth earned her bachelor’s degree at San Francisco State University and her master’s degree at the Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies.
This event was published on January 21, 2020.