(this page was last updated in March 2018)
Lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil.
Member of the PIPA Prize Nominating Committee 2016.
Caroline Carrion (Jundiaí, Brazil, 1986) is a critic and a curator. She holds a degree in Journalism from the University of São Paulo (USP), where she is currently a Philosophy major, other than having studied Management et Communications Intercuturelles at Université Paris IV (Sorbonne). Caroline has been working in the art field since 2008 in different segments of the market, such as cultural centres, museums and art galleries. She developed and coordinated the production of exhibitions, integrated publishing projects on contemporary art and has extensive
experience with cultural journalism and institutional communication. In 2015, she curated Eccoci!, an urban intervention project by artist Berna Reale held in public areas of scarce touristic access in Venice, during the opening and closing weeks of the 56th Venice Biennale, and was one of the emergent guest curators of the Prêmio CNI SESI SENAI Marcantonio Vilaça para as Artes Plásticas. She is the author of texts for exhibitions and artists books, presented in Brazil and abroad. She regularly writes exhibition reviews to Newcity Brazil and collaborates with the contemporary art platform My Art Guides.