International Visitor Programme : January - February 2015

Tim Goossens

Curator

Tim Goossens

Tim Goossens earned an MA in art history at the KULeuven and Sorbonne (Paris) and master cum laude in Museology at the Ecole du Louvre. He worked as an assistant-curator at MoMA PS1 in New York until 2010. During his tenure at the museum he collaborated -amongst many other shows- on 'Greater New York 2010', a Kenneth Anger retrospective and co-founded the Saturday Sessions performance series. As an independent curator some of Goossens projects include a group exhibition at Nara Roesler in Brazil with Joan Jonas, David Wojnarowicz and Marcos Chavez; an official side project for the Berlin Biennial, a Mary Beth Edelson solo exhibition. He also co-curated the first large scale public sound exhibition in India with work from Yoko Ono and Uri Aran. Tim Goossens is currently working as a curator at The Clocktower Gallery, one of the oldest non-profit art spaces in the US, where he has worked with Patti Smith, Antony Hegarty, Nomi Ruiz, Nancy Holt and Joan Jonas. Since 2014 he has been a professor at the Sotheby's Institute of Art.