Christina Millare is an independent curator based in London. She is a graduate of the Curating Contemporary Art MA at The Royal College of Art and was formerly based at Abandon Normal Devices and Cornerhouse in Manchester. For Cornerhouse, Christina produced New Cartographies: Algeria – France – UK an exhibition that brought together recent work by ten emerging and established contemporary artists (including Kader Attia and Zineb Sedira) to explore Africa’s largest country and its complex relationship with Europe. At Abandon Normal Devices Christina curated the festival's unique live and artist residency programmes. She has since developed a number of independent curatorial projects including, Pleasure Paradox for MK Gallery.
Christina is currently curating a year-long cultural programme, which takes place across London and Birmingham between 2019 and 2020. The programme features newly commissioned live performance, film and visual art created through a strategically devised series of community engagement and research projects developed in collaboration with a number of diverse partners including Grand Union and The University of Westminster with Regent St Cinema and The Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media (CREAM). See American Export for more information.