Kasia Redzisz

Artistic Director at Kanal – Centre Pompidou

Kasia Redzisz is Artistic Director at Kanal – Centre Pompidou in Brussels. Prior to joining Kanal she served as Senior Curator at Tate Liverpool, where she was responsible for the programme and international collaborations. Between 2008 and 2015 she worked as curator at Tate Modern. At the same time, between 2008 and 2015, she was Director of Open Art Projects, an organisation dedicated to innovative art commissions. Her independent work includes many interdisciplinary projects, most recently the inaugural exhibition of Muzeum Susch (2019) and the fourth edition of the Art Encounters Biennial (2021). She is an author of books, editor of exhibition catalogues and contributor to magazines such as Frieze, Mousse and Tate Etc. Redzisz’s curatorial practice reflects her commitment to equality, experimentation and to establishing transnational dialogues between artistic practices stemming from diverse geographies.

Kasia Redzisz’s visit to Helsinki is organised in collaboration with the Finnish Painters’ Union and the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux.

A portrait of Kasia Redzisz, a white person with brown straight hair tied back, wearing a black blazer and a white button-up shirt. The photo is taken slightly from above and she is looking directly to the camera.

Kasia Redzisz. Image by Veerle Vercauteren.