Renée Mussai

London-based curator, writer and art historian.

Renée Mussai is a London-based curator, writer and art historian. She is Curator and Head of Archive at Autograph ABP - an arts charity that works internationally in photography and film, addressing themes of cultural identity, race, representation and human rights - where she manages a diverse collection of photographs and global programme of exhibition, publishing and research initiatives. Over the past decade she has lectured extensively at art colleges, museums and galleries internationally and organised numerous exhibitions in Europe, Africa and the US, including most recently the critically acclaimed 'Black Chronicles II', which opened at Rivington Place, London in the autumn 2014. Between 2009-13, she was non-resident fellow and guest curator at the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University, USA. Mussai is presently a PhD candidate in Art History at University College London (UCL).

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