Delfina Foundation
London, 2022 - 2024

In partnership with the Anglo-Argentine Society, and with the support of the Argentine Embassy in the United Kingdom, Beatriz Bardin coordinates a two month residency at Delfina Foundation.  

This residency is part of the Bridges Programme, a collective initiative that arose in response to a structural assessment undertaken by Beatriz Bardin on behalf of the Argentine Embassy in the United Kingdom. This report was commissioned in an effort to develop effective strategies through which to strengthen cultural ties in the visual arts between the two countries.  

A guiding vision of the Bridges Programme is the recognition of curators and cultural practitioners as one of the most apt vehicles to foster these networks and exchanges.

For its inaugural iteration in Autumn 2022, the programme hosted Javier Villa, Senior Curator at the Museo de Arte Moderno.

in Buenos Aires, who works exploring relationships between local imaginaries, politics, and territory. Click here to see an interview with Javier.

For its second iteration in Winter 2023, the programme hosted Andrei Fernandez, an independent curator based in the city of Salta, who works on issues of authorship, memory, and colonial resistance in indigenous cultural and artistic practices. Click here to see an interview with Andrei.

Applications for the third iteration of the programme are now closed. The awarded curator will be announced in November.