Anamarija Batista

Is a freelance curator, researcher and lecturer. Batista graduated economy and art historian at the University in Vienna. She has taught at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, the University of Applied Arts Vienna and Vienna University of Technology. She has curated a series of exhibitions including “Productive Work […]

Andrea Kopranovic

(1991) is living and working in Vienna, Austria. She holds a Master’s degree in Art History from Paris Lodron University Salzburg and is currently writing her dissertation at the Department for Architecture Theory and Philosophy of Technics (ATTP), Vienna University of Technology. She is working as Associate Director at Christine König Galerie/KOENIG2 in Vienna, as […]

Dr Branislav Dimitrijević

Is a Professor of History and Theory of Art at the College of Art and Design in Belgrade. He teaches and writes internationally on art and culture of Socialist Yugoslavia. His most recent books are Consumed Socialism – Culture, Consumerism and Social Imagination in Yugoslavia, 1950-1974 (2016) and Dušan Makavejev’ s “Sweet Movie” (2017). His […]

Cathrin Mayer

Is a curator at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin and has taught at the University of the Arts and at Bard College in Berlin. Among other things she is currently preparing the first solo presentation of Estonian artist Kris Lemsalu in Germany. She has recently curated first major institutional shows of artists Anna […]

Christiane Kada

was born in Graz (1966). She has studied History of Art in Graz (mag. Phil.). After her internship at the Neue Galerie Graz (1989-1992), she became a head of Collections at the Neue Galerie Graz (1992-1997) after which she worked in Public relations for the Universalmuseum Joanneum (1997 – 2000) and then in Public relations […]

Dimitrije Tadić

Holds a BA degree from the Faculty of Applied Art, Belgrade. He also holds a MA in Cultural Policy and Management (interdisciplinary master studies), University of Arts, Belgrade and University Lumière, Lyon, France. He is a PhD student in Museology and Heritology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.From 2001 works at the Ministry of Culture […]

Doychin Kotlarov

Studied law at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski “. He is practicing as Legal and is a specialist in corporate and banking law. He is passionate about public projects and initiatives. As a result he took part in the project “Night public transport” in Sofia in 2008/2009 and in 2017 till now. He was a […]

Elsa Himmer

Is an art historian and curator with a research focus on contemporary and medieval art. In addition to her work as an assistant curator at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zurich, she is currently studying art history and visual theory at the University of Basel. Previously, she studied art history at the University of […]

Ilaria Gianni

Is an independent curator and art writer. After a Degree and a Masters in Art History from the Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, she obtained an MFA in Curating at Goldsmiths College. She is co-founder of the «Magic Lantern Film Festival», a research based thematic investigation of the interstice between visual art and cinema. Over the past years she has curated a number of exhibitions, […]

Johanna Chromik

Has graduated in cultural studies and communication sciences. As the new Artistic Director of art fair viennacontemporary, she may look back on her long-standing experience in the international art market. After holding positions in New York, Los Angeles and Berlin, Chromik took over as the artistic director of Austria’s premier art fair in January 2019. […]

Jovan Čekić

Is a Full Professor and Chef of department for Digital Arts and New Media at the Faculty of Media and Communications (University Singidunum in Belgrade). His research and teaching areas include philosophy, art and art theory, media theory and criticism. Ne graduated philosophy on Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, and held a PhD on Faculty […]

Judith Welter

Lives and works in Zurich and Glarus, Switzerland. Since 2015 she has been the director of the Kunsthaus Glarus and has recently curated exhibitions with Bea Schlingelhoff, Bonnie Camplin, Birgit Megerle, Shana Moulton, Thomas Julier and others. She studied art history, Spanish literature, and religion at the University of Bern, earning her PhD in art […]

Kate Sutton

Is a writer and curator currently based in Zagreb, Croatia, after nearly a decade in Russia, where she helped found the non-profit art space Baibakov Art Projects. As a curator, she helped bring artists like Paul Pfeiffer, Cyprien Gaillard, Latifa Echakhch, Wade Guyton and Luc Tuymans to Moscow, while also showcasing Russian artists including Ira […]

Lydia Chatziiakovou

Is a permanent collaborator of | Creative Arts Management (since 2004). She has coordinated and curated exhibitions and projects in Greece and abroad, among which: XV Biennale de la Mediterannee in Thessaloniki (artistic coordinator, catalogue editor, 2011); “Roaming Images” in the framework of the 3rd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art (artistic coordinator, catalogue editor, […]

Martina Stefanova

Graduated graphic arts and graphic design in Moscow, where she lived for many years after what she specialized animation in South Korea. At the time, she decides to return to Bulgaria. Over the years, Martina explores various aspects of design while working in advertising as an art director. Interesting moment in her career is the […]

Max L. Feldman

After completing a BA in Philosophy, Religion & Ethics – with First Class Honours – at Heythrop College (University of London), studied for MAs in Cultural and Criticall Studies at Birkbeck College (University of London), and Continental Philosophy at The University of Warwick. He went on to study for a PhD in Philosophy at The […]

Michal Baharav Uzrad

Is MA on Anthropology (aspecialty on art anthropology) with expertise in the various fields of art world event management and curation with vast experience in production, marketing and PR including the digital space and also with deep knowledge of the arts landscape and long lasting personal and business relationships with many international curators, institutes and […]

Peter Tomaz Dobrila

Is an electronic and IT engineer and a musician who focuses on the creative use of the new technologies. He was presenting, showing and lecturing all over the world. He’s a member of the European Academy for Digital Media (EADiM). In 1996 he co-founded the Multimedia Centre KIBLA (MMC KIBLA) in Maribor and was its […]

Robert (di Pauli) Gruber

Was born in 1979 in Rottenmann, Austria and currently lives in Vienna. He studied scenography, visual communication, and music theory at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the National College of Art and Design in Oslo, and Berlin University of the Arts. Gruber works as an artist, writer and curator. Moreover, since 2015 he has […]

Róna Kopeczky

Is a curator and art historian. She worked as a curator for international art in Ludwig Museum Budapest between 2006 and 2015, where she mostly focussed on the site-and situation specific practices of young and mid-career artists from the Central Eastern European region. In February 2015, she joined acb Gallery in Budapest as artistic director. […]

Stevan Vuković

Is a curator, art historian and theoretician by vocation. He graduated from the department of philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Belgrade University. He has attended postgraduated studies at the same department, as well as graduate studes of art theory at Jan van Eyck Aakademie in Maastrihtu and art in public space at […]

Ümit Mesci

Is a trained architect and architectural historian who studied at the Istanbul Technical University and Università Iuav di Venezia. He has worked for different institutions and organizations, where he had opportunities to establish partnerships and collaborations for various events and exhibitions. He worked for the Istanbul Design Biennial and the Pavilion of Turkey at la […]

Ursula Maria Probst

Lives in Vienna. She’s a cultural worker, an art critic (Kunstforum International, Spike, dérive), artist (Female Obsession) and independent curator (Fluc, KulturKontakt Austria, BKA, Vienna Artweek, Kulturdrogerie, Galerie Krinzinger, K/haus, Kunstraum NÖ, public art lower austria, KÖR). Ursula Maria Probst is a lecturer on art in public space and structural power measures within the art […]

Walter Seidl

Works as curator, writer and artist and is based in Vienna. He earned his PhD in contemporary cultural history, writing his dissertation on Austrian cultural representation in the US since World War II (published in 2001). Since 2004, Seidl has been building up “the Kontakt” art collection, which focuses on neo-avant-garde tendencies in the region […]

Yael Hershcovitz

Is the Head Producer of The Jerusalem Design Week at Hansen House for the last two years. Since 2011, Jerusalem Design Week is the largest and most influential public design event in Israel. In 2016, the Jerusalem Design Week expanded and became an international event that takes place in several locations throughout Jerusalem, offers a multitude […]