Dana Kopel

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Dana Kopel is a curator, writer and poet based in New York. She was an Assistant Curator for the Maldives Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale. Exhibitions she has curated or co-curated include Where it looks like itself (TEMP Art Space, NY, 2013), Sol Sistere (TEMP Art Space, NY, 2013), and Cake Art (The Ho_se, Brooklyn, 2012); she was previously a co-director of Big Law Country Club, a project space for emerging artists in Brooklyn. Kopel’s writing is included in “Portable Nation,” the exhibition catalog of the Maldives Pavilion; she has also written texts for exhibitions by Tim Bruniges and Marian Tubbs. With Charlie Tatum, she co-founded and edits the interdisciplinary arts publication “HEJ: a print-curatorial project”.