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Жюри 2017 года

Bruce Barber

Bruce Barber

Professor, Media Arts/ Art History & Contemporary Studies, Canada

Bruce Barber is an interdisciplinary media artist, cultural historian and curator whose research and writing explores the representation of art, artists and art history in film, television, cartoons and comics. At NSCAD University he teaches courses in media arts and film history. He holds a BFA (1973), and MFA in Sculpture and Art History from
Auckland University (1975); an MFA (Intermedia), NSCAD (1978), and PhD (2005), Media and Communications, from European Graduate School Leuk Stadt, Switzerland.
His interdisciplinary artwork has been exhibited internationally at the Paris Biennale, Sydney Biennale, 49th Parallel Gallery, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, Walter Phillips Gallery, London Regional Gallery, Auckland City Art Gallery, Artspace, Sydney and Auckland and is represented in various public and private collections.
Barber is the editor of Essays on Performance and Cultural Politicization and of Conceptual Art: the NSCAD Connection 1967-1973. He is co-editor, with Serge Guilbaut and John O'Brian of Voices of Fire: Art Rage, Power, and the State. Editor of Condé
+Beveridge: Class Works (2008); also author of Performance [Performance] and Performers: Essays and Conversations (2 volumes) edited by Marc James Léger (2008), and Trans/Actions: Art, Film and Death (2008), Littoral Art & Communicative Action edited by Marc James Léger (2013. His critical essays have appeared internationally in numerous anthologies, art journals and magazines. Barber’s interdisciplinary art practice is documented in the publications Reading Rooms and Bruce Barber Work 1970-2008.
He is best known for his performance work, neo-conceptual reading and writing rooms, Squat projects and his theoretical writing and theory on littoral art, cultural intervention and other relational art ractices.www.brucebarber.ca

Alessia Locatelli 1 


Alessia Locatelli

Art Critic, Contemporary Photography/Art Curator Contemporary Art & Photographic Curator Critic
Sept 2006 - present time: Independent Art Critic, Contemporary Photography/Art Curator (last collaboration for Corean Embassy for an exhibit during Expo in Villa Clerici (MI) & Collaborator with art Magazines (http://www.julietart.net/) Consultancies in Art-Photo field.
Sept 2014 - present time: Vertical part-time collaboration with a Corporate (IT-USA) fine-art print lab and Conservation services for Photography. Archives Consultancies, Communication (also social /web) and Event, Marketing
Jan 2011 – Jan 2014: part-time communication account & Event Manager for a Fine Art photography Lab (www.spazio81.it) which is involved in important projects and works with Masters of Italian photography (http://www.spazio81.net/wpsite/?cat=3). Based in Milan (IT). Communication, Event curator, sponsorship,, Pr
Jan.08-May11: Communication area - PR and Event Manager for REME srl, an Italian distributor of Optical Luxury Brands (OliverPeoples/USA, Lafont Paris, Kirkoriginals/UK, JFREY/F)
Before....
• 2007: head of Communication for "Opificiotrame"( www. opificiotrame.org/) that aims to exploit and to spread the independent forms of production between theater, literary, music, arts and multimedia productions. She organized two editions of Dancetheater Festival and visual performances "Fabricatanze”. (Italy) Activities: project managing /organization, Found rising, management timetable, contacts and PR with the institutional and private references, communication, research location, tickets and show preparation.
• 2007: Critic texts (cfr. the Berliner "Photography now”) also for deprived (ex_M. Magrini for a personal exhibit. in Japan) and communication for cultural events. - Consultancies for Companies-private, always in cultural-artistic settings (ex_ for the MDAEventswww.mdarte.it- and Mya Lurgo- www.myalurgo.com, artist that works between Italy and Switzerland). - Little experience as Copywriter (www.inarea.com)
• Collaboration as freelance with the Italian Touring Club (section: archive).
• 2005-2007: Junior Assistant -as Freelance- of Mr. Denis Curtis, director of Contrasto Agency (www.contrasto.it/) in Milan (representing in Italy Magnum Photographers), with experiences in Communication and event organization as: “Canon Award for young photographers”(’06-07) and 2005 Edition of “FestivalFoto”(FC), one of the best-known Photographic Workshop in Italy (2005 edition: G. B. Gardin, Oliviero Toscani). 

 Antonietta Tordino

 Antonietta Tordino

Presidente do Comitê Nacional Brasileiro da Associação Internacional de Artes Plásticas (AIAP), Associada à Unesco, participa na República Tcheca como fiscal da região da América Latina e Caribe, como representante do Brasil, na XVIII Assembleia Geral da entidade e no Congresso Mundial sobre a condição dos artistas plásticos, eventos que ocorrem na cidade de Pilsen entre 15 e 18/10/16.

 Eduard Cehovin

 Eduard Cehovin

Associate Professor Eduard Cehovin teaches Typography at Design Department of the Academy of Fine Arts at the Ljubljana University, Ljubljana, Slovenia. He graduated from the Faculty of Applied Arts, Department of Graphic Design, Graphic Communication and Typography, Belgrade, Serbia. As a fellowship holder of the IREX - International Research and Exchanges Board, US, he spent a year at the Buffalo University, Buffalo and at the Parsons School of Design, New York.

 Tanja Devetak

 Tanja Devetak

Assistant professor
Faculty of Design, associated member of University of Primorska
Artist Residency grant Vienna/Austria, Ministry of Culture Republic of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 Roberto Denti

 Roberto Denti

Via Ponzio
Founder " Photography and Art Substantial " 1985 Honorary Meritorius Academic 2008 Manifesto "Quantum Art" 2010 Founder “Quantum Art Group Italy” 2011 Founder "QAGI-Quantum Art Group International"

 Nada Peseva1

 Nada Peseva

Nada Peseva (1976, Skopje) graduated History of Art and Archaeology at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of “Cyril and Methodius”, Skopje, Macedonia.(2000). MA in Cultural Policy and Management at the University of Arts in Belgrade, Serbia (2013) with the master thesis “Creative industries in Macedonia and policies for their development” .
In narrower interest with and scope of work includes contemporary arts, cultural management and policy, cultural industries and cultural heritage. From 2006 workes as Advisor for Culture in the City of Skopje . In 2005 work at the Ministry of Culture of Republic of Macedonia in the Department for protection of cultural heritage . Participated in numerous local and international conferences form, the field of visual art, curatorial practices, cultural policies and creative industries. debates on art and culture in the country and abroad.
Published articles in magazines for culture (The Large Glass -Museum of Contemporary art, Skopje Macedonia, Photon art, Nova Makedonija, etc.), Forewords in catalogs and publications for solo and d group exhibitions. Curator and selektor of solo and several group exhibitions: :The Last East-European Show, Museum of contemporary art in Belgrade, Serbia (2003); Biennial of Young Artists in 2005 at the Museum of contemporary art in Skopje, Macedonia (2005); Curator for visual art at White Night festival in 2005 and 2006, Skopje, Macedonia ; Curator o Macedonian selection at Festival "Saraevo Winter", Saraevo Bosnoa and hercegovina, 2008 and others.

Lars Kraemmer Lars Christian Kraemmer

Born in Vancouver, B.V., Canada, 1966. Raised in Denmark
Graduated from Emily Carr University of Art & Design, 1994 (www.ecuad.ca)
Member of the Danish Artist Union: BKF (www.bkf.dk)
Member of The Adventures Club of Denmark ( www.adventurersclub.dk)
Web: http://kraemmer.dk
Represented through:
- Art re. FLEX Gallery, Saint Petersburg, Russia: www.artreflex.ru
- Galleri Comicart.dk, Trepkasgade 5, Copenhagen: www.comicart.dk
- Atelier Print – online purchase of original prints: www.atelierprint.dk
- Artboost.com – online purchase of original art
Education:
Copenhagen University, Japanese, 2002
Copenhagen University, Theology, Philosophy + Swahili, 1997-98
Vancouver, Emily Carr University of Art & Design, 1991-94
Aarhus/Denmark, Technical School, Building Technician, 1988-91
Aarhus/Denmark, Open University, History of Architecture, 1987-88
Aarhus/Denmark, Reklameskolen (school of advertisement drawing), 1986-87
Hjørring/Denmark, High School, 1983-85
Performances:
- “Talking Painting”, IRCT, General Assembly & Scientific Symposium, Mexico City, 2016
- “Readings”, LiteraturHaus, Copenhagen, 2012
- “Metropol”, dance & impro painting performance with Kendra Lou, Copenhagen, 2011
- “Luna Lab”, dance & impro drawing performance with Isabell Ullmann, Copenhagen, 2011
- “Church of Art – two”, blind preach, Posthusteatret, Copenhagen, 2011
- “Church of Art – one”, in memory of the poet Asger Stig Mølle, Gallery Kraemmer, Frederiksberg, 2010
- “Path of Events”, a 7-year journey, documented by Jesper Jargil Film, 2001-08
- “City of Words”, 12 writers and poets exchanging expressions, The BOSH house, Copenhagen, 2003
- “Love in Question”, 21 interviews, written-painted-filmed-taped, Gallery Mellemvaerk, Copenhagen, 2000
- “Redirecting World Economy”, a Wall Street Performance – 7 seconds naked in rush hour, NYC, 2000
- “Free Style Action Painting”, Gallery Gunst, Copenhagen, 1999
- “Paint the Music”, With Soren Raagaard (painter partner) & Stewardes Airlines (live band – music composed the occasion), Copenhagen Art Club, Copenhagen, 1999
- “Food Fair”, Group performance over one the course of a week, The Culture Fabric, Copenhagen, 1997
- “Silent Song”, 7 days of silence with wordless poems, The boat house, Peblinge lake, Copenhagen, 1997
- “Dance Paintings”, action painting with African drums, Bujora, Tanzania, 1996
- “Paint the Essence”, On tour in Denmark, action painting to lectures by philosopher Carsten Graff, 1996
- “Luxus Fluxus”, Silent music in company with poets Lennox Raphael and Janus Kodal, part of the exhibition: “Gyrr” at “Den Frie”, Copenhagen, 1995
- “Retreat”, 7 weeks in total darkness (in a 5×6 ft. box), Vancouver, B.C., 1993-94
- “Art Munks”, 7 month in black robe with visual artist, Wiktor Sandowicz, Vancouver, B.C., 1994
 Liudmila Capsamun 0

 Liudmila Capsamun

Project supervision of the ARTANKARA International Contemporary Art Fair, which is set to be held with a view to accelerate art environment and art market of Turkey and neighboring countries so that contemporary art to be watched and widely known, has completed its third year. The fair is being organized on behalf of Atis Fairs Company

 
 Elisabeth Ioannides
 
Curator
Exhibitions and Cultural Activities Office
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens
Kallirrois Ave. & Amvr. Frantzi Street (former FIX factory)
I am an Assistant Curator at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens (EMST) (www.emst.gr). I studied Psychology and Fine Arts at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, USA, received my M.A. in the History of Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, and a Post Graduate Diploma in Contemporary Art from the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London. I am a member of Phi Betta Kappa. I was an Art Psychotherapy Trainee at The Arts & Psychotherapy Center (A.P.C.) in Athens, Greece, where I submitted my dissertation on the application of art therapy in museums. I have published articles on Art Therapy such as “When a museum goes Beyond Boundaries”, newsbriefing, British Association of Art Therapists, December 2015, p.29–30, “New Forms of Interactions”, newsbriefing, British Association of Art Therapists, June 2014, p.22–23, “The Art Therapist assists the person to achieve change”, culturenowmag, n. 28, Spring 2014, p. 24, “Art Therapy and Psychosis”, Minimata (Messages), issue 56, Pan Hellenic Association of Families for Mental Health, January-March 2014 and have been an exhibition catalogue coordinator in catalogues published by EMST.

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