Dinos Chatzirafailidis is a curator based in Athens, Greece. He is a PhD candidate at the Athens School of Fine Arts, Department of Art History and Theory. His research is fundamentally interdisciplinary and revolves mostly around affect theory and psychoanalytic aesthetics, with a particular interest in the uncanny and the subjectivity of horror. He holds an MA in Art History from the University of Leeds, where he completed his dissertation under the supervision of Griselda Pollock. He has curated or assisted in the curating of exhibitions at several institutions and independent art spaces in the US, UK and Greece, including MoMA (12-Month Curatorial Intern, Department of Painting & Sculpture), Gagosian (Exhibitions Coordinator), The Tetley, MOMus-Experimental Center for the Art and Haus N Athen, among others.
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