Tirdad Zolghadr

Tirdad Zolghadr is a curator and writer who teaches at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, NY.

How Occupy influenced New York’s art scene

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 01 JAN 13

How can cultural institutions best respond to political crises?

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 01 JUN 11

Various venues, Istanbul, Turkey

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 01 NOV 09

Heinrich Heine, emails, art and friendship

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 05 MAY 09

Sometimes no art is better than more art

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 12 MAR 09

Keeping fit, autonomy, disappointment and art criticism

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 01 NOV 08

Are there no limits to the art world's expertise?

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 09 SEP 08

The ‘hand-bra’ technique as a metaphor for rhetorical self-reflexivity in the arts

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 05 MAY 08

How to improve symposia, seminars and conferences

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 06 MAY 07

Educating the educators, ivory tower activism and an enlightening visit to the zoo

BY Tirdad Zolghadr | 02 SEP 06

Directed for the first time by two women, María de Corral and Rosa Martínez, this year's exhibition includes 70 participating countries and 30 collatoral events