2021/2022 Working Artist Project Curator Jordan Carter
Jordan Carter is Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Art Institute of Chicago, where 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 the Art Institute, Jordan 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.