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About meIndependent Curators International (ICI) produces exhibitions, events, publications, and training opportunities for diverse audiences around the world. A catalyst for independent thinking, ICI connects emerging and established curators, artists, and institutions, to forge international networks and generate new forms of collaboration. Working across disciplines and historical precedents, the organization is a hub that provides access to the people, ideas, and practices that are key to current developments in the field, inspiring fresh ways of seeing and contextualizing contemporary art.

About my libraryThe ICI Library serves to document the recent developments in contemporary art through the lens of international curatorial practice. It presents itself as a tool for research and an accessible resource for curators living in or coming through New York.

In addition, the ICI Library is the permanent home of the Cleopatra’s Library. A Brooklyn-based collaborative and art space, Cleopatra’s began this project in 2008 by inviting over 300 curators whom they collectively admired to take part in the formation of a reference library. Since then, this ever-expanding bookshelf has functioned as an open resource to the public, built upon over time with thought-through contributions by colleagues, mentors, and friends, professionals in various disciplines within the arts. All 300 curators were asked to make a donation of their choice, reflecting their personal interests, curatorial concerns they feel most strongly about, or the philosophical, theoretical or aesthetic movements that drive them.

This unique project continues to evolve with the contributions of curators who are part of ICI’s international network. The ICI Library is quickly developing, and its holding can be looked up through an online search engine accessible on ICI’s website.

With an eye to continuously grow the Library, ICI welcomes donations of books, catalogues and exciting volumes to complement our collection. To donate books, please contact us to make sure they are what the Library currently needs, and to arrange for delivery.

ICI is also developing opportunities for catalog exchanges with other publishing institutions, setting up regular exchanges among organizations with an interest in being part of an international art network.

For more information about the Library, visit ICI’s website, or contact Misa Jeffereis at or 212 254 8200 x126.



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