2021/2022 Working Artist Project Curator Jordan Carter
Jordan Carter is Curator at Dia Art Foundation in New York. He has curated and co-curated numerous exhibitions, including Mounira Al Solh: I strongly believe in our right to be frivolous (2018); Ellen Gallagher: Are We Obsidian? (2018–19); Benjamin Patterson: When Elephants Fight, It Is the Frogs That Suffer—A Sonic Graffiti (2019); and Richard Hunt: Scholar’s Rock or Stone of Hope or Love of Bronze (2020–21). Upcoming projects include Ray Johnson ℅ (2021); a solo exhibition of the work of Shahryar Nashat (2022); and Stanley Brouwn’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States (2023).
Prior to his time at Dia, Jordan was an associate curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago. He was a Curatorial Fellow at the Walker Art Center. He has also served as the 12-Month Fluxus Collection Intern at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; a curatorial intern at the Studio Museum in Harlem; and a research intern at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. He holds a BA from Brown University, where he earned his degree in Modern Culture and Media; and an MA in Art History from London’s Courtauld Institute of Art, where he focused on Fluxus and global Conceptual art.