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Carl E. Hazlewood | Guyana

Carl E. Hazlewood
Curator, artist, art critic
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Graduated in Fine Arts (BFA) with honours from the Pratt Institute of New York (1975) and in Fine Arts and Creative Arts (MA) from the Hunter College of New York (1977).

He received fellowships for going in residence at the Skowhegan in Maine (1973) and at the Brooklyn School Museum in the USA.

In 1983, Carl E. Hazlewood is co-founder of Aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art in Newark, in New Jersey, USA. In the framework of his position in Aljira, he curated more than forty exhibitions, such as Bending the Grid: Modernity, Identity & the Vernac (2004), Modern Life with Okwui Enwezor (1995), Selections: The Work of Women (1993) or Environmental Explorations: Harvest (1987).

In 1994, he sets up the show Current Identities, Recent Painting in the United States, on behalf of Aljira. Presented to the International Painting Biennial in Cuenca (Ecuador), the exhibition was the US-prize winning representation. The show then travelled around the world for three years.

As an independent, Carl E. Hazlewood also curated exhibitions for New Yorkese institutions such as the Nathan Cummings Foundation, the Studio Museum in Harlem, Hallwalls, Five Myles, the Artists Space…

Carl E. Hazlewood’s reviews were published in the magazines Flash Art International, Art Papers Magazine, ARC Magazine and NY Arts Magazine.

He is associate editor for the magazine Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art, published by the Duke University Press.