Carolina Laia Jozami (Argentina) works in the Artistic Direction of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Argentina and as an independent curator. She researches the reconstruction of ephemeral artworks and its relevance She is interested in researching the role of geographical and time displacements in relation to the making of artworks and their display.

During her residency at Delfina Foundation, Carolina will develop her project centred on the challenges faced when trying to exhibit national heritage artworks outside of Argentina, due to the risk of seizure. Her proposal is to circumvent the embargo as a poetic curatorial action, through the presentation of artworks that are characterised by their immaterial condition.

Carolina has a degree in Arts and an MA in Argentine and Latin American Art History. She works as an independent curator. In 2023 she participated in R.A.R.O residency. She develops her practice in the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Argentina where she curated the exhibition Ferrari Infinito by the Argentinian artist León Ferrari, dedicated exclusively to his engravings, in a project that brought together several iconic pieces made by the artist after his exile in Brazil in 1976. As an independent curator, she has been working since 2015 with contemporary artists who address themes and genres such as: urban art, research into nature and psychoactive plants and their therapeutic function, light installation art, as well as site-specific and collaborative works.


Anglo-Argentine Society


Embassy of Argentina


Winter 2024


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