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Pavel Pyś

Pavel S. Pyś is Curator of Visual Arts at the Walker Art Center. At the Walker, Pavel has recently curated The Body Electric and co-curated Resonance: A Sound Art Marathon, as well as solo projects with Elizabeth Price and Daniel Buren. Prior to the Walker, Pavel was the Exhibitions & Displays Curator at the Henry Moore Institute between 2011 and 2015. A curator and writer, Pavel has contributed to a range of solo and group exhibitions, including exhibitions with artists David Diao, Robert Filliou, Christine Kozlov, Katrina Palmer, Vladimir Stenberg and Sturtevant, as well as the group exhibitions Carol Bove / Carlo Scarpa (2015); The Event Sculpture (2014); Indifferent Matter: From Object to Sculpture (2013) and 1913: The Shape of Time (2012) at the Henry Moore Institute; We Will Live, We Will See (2011) at the Zabludowicz Collection (as part of the inaugural Zabludowicz Collection Curatorial Open); and To See an Object, To See the Light (2011), at the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, Italy. His writing has appeared in numerous publications including ArtReview, Mousse, Frieze, and Art Monthly Australia and he has published essays on artists including Carol Bove, Michael Dean, John Latham, Wilhelm Sasnal, Alina Szapocznikow, and Fredrik Værslev.