Amira Gad (Egyptian / French) is currently Exhibitions Curator at the Serpentine Galleries in London. Prior to this, Gad was Managing curator/Publications at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam where she worked from 2009 to 2014. At Witte de With, Gad was Project Manager of Alexandre Singh’s play The Humans and organized the exhibition The Temptation of AA Bronson (both in 2013); as well as I am for an art criticism that… (2012) a two-day symposium presented at Witte de With and at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; co-curated (together with Nicolaus Schafhausen) Short Big Drama, a solo exhibition of Angela Bulloch (2012); among other projects. Gad has produced and has been editor of several publications including: Rotterdam South – Home, an artist book by Erik van Lieshout (2014); The Crime Was Almost Perfect (2014); Morality in Fragments (2014); Angela Bulloch (2012); and Rotterdam–Sensitive Times (2013) by Lidwien van de Ven. She has contributed to a number of publications including the critical reader by artist Mario Pfeifer, A Formal Film in Nine Episodes, Prologue & Epilogue (2013) and Source Book 8: Edith Dekyndt (2010). Gad is also correspondent editor for Ibraaz (www.ibraaz.org), an online magazine dedicated to visual art and culture in the Middle East and North Africa.