Jeppe Ugelvig (Denmark) is an independent curator, critic and historian based in New York. His research spans art history, queer theory, and cultural studies, with a particular focus on histories and theories of cultural production as they relate to technology, media, and labour. Jeppe’s curatorial projects work to develop new cross-disciplinary models of exhibition making across art, fashion and various cultural archives. His first book, about the history of art-fashion hybridity, is forthcoming in 2020 with Damiani.

Born in Denmark, Jeppe received his BA from Central Saint Martins in Communication, Curation, Criticism in Art and Design in 2016. He graduated with an MA from Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College in 2018. Jeppe’s writing has appeared in Frieze, ArtReviewAfterall, Spike and parallax, among many others. Recent exhibitions include Fashion Work, Fashion Workers at Hessel Museum, New York, 2018; Phantom Plane at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong, 2019; and Capriccio 2000 at Fondazione Sandretto, Turin, 2019.

With support from

Danish Arts Foundation


Season 1


Autumn 2019

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