Sarah Rifky,

agent, curator
Sarah Rifky lives, writes, talks, curates and teaches in Cairo, Egypt and 301 Moved Permanently elsewhere. She has been Curator of the Townhouse Gallery of Contemporary Art since 2009 and has taught at the American University in Cairo and MASS Alexandria in 2010. Rifky studied Visual Art and

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Mass Communication at the American University in Cairo and received her MFA in Critical Studies from the Malmö Art Academy, Lund University in Sweden. She co-edited the artist book Damascus: Tourists, Artists and
Secret Agents
. Her projects include Invisible Publics (Cairo, 2010), The Popular Show (Cairo, 2011), an accord is first and foremost a proposition (New York, 2011) and The Bergen Accords (Bergen, 2011). She is the founding director of CIRCA (Cairo International Resource Center for Art).
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