|The Whitechapel Gallery, London and the Demergon Daskalopoulos Foundation for Culture and Development, Athens, invite emerging curators to apply for the 2nd annual Demergon Curatorial Exchange.
The exchange offers the opportunity for ten young curators based in Greece to be introduced to the diverse London art scene, to connect with colleagues abroad, and to exchange ideas and experiences.
An organised trip to London and Edinburgh will take place 8–14 July 2013. The programme will include presentations and talks by gallery directors and curators as well as meetings with leading figures from the British art scene. Participants will follow an organised itinerary visiting a number of galleries and artists’ studios which providing opportunities to network. The 2013 Exchange also includes a visit to view From Death to Death and Other Small Tales: Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the D. Daskalopoulos Collection.
Applications are reviewed by the Whitechapel Gallery and the Demergon Daskalopoulos Foundation.
All travel expenses including accommodation, flights and per diem are covered by the Demergon Daskalopoulos Foundation.
All selected participants to the Exchange are entitled to apply to the Demergon Curatorial Award. Details on the Award and how to apply will be sent in spring 2013.
|Criteria for emerging curators wishing to apply to the 2013 Demergon Curatorial Exchange
To qualify, all entrants must:
|When:||Saturday 29 September 2012
4.00 - 6.00 pm
|Where:||Christina Androulidaki Gallery
42 Anagnostopoulou Str
Action Field Kodra 2012
Today’s transitional circumstances, the emotions surfaced by them, the memories that come to mind and the perspectives that are highlighted through the work of the modern artists of Greece.
Image by: Yorgos Stamkopoulos, Untitled, 2012, from the series Captain America VS The Red Skull, collage on postcard paper, 32 x 26 cm, Courtesy of the artist and CAN Christina Androulidaki Gallery
Greece is for Lovers + Versaweiss + Ersi Varveri + Zoe Gaitanidou + Vassilis Yerodimos + Eirini Efstathiou + Apostolos Karastergiou + Andreas Kassapis + Panagiotis Koulouras + Alexandros Laios + Panagiotis Loukas + Nikos Marinis + Kostas Bassanos + Margarita Bofiliou + Elissavet Moraki + Petros Moris + Ioanna Pantazopoulou + Panos Papadopoulos + Paris Petridis & Sakis Serefas + Theo Prodromidis + Nikos Sepentzoglou + Yorgos Stamkopoulos + Maro Fassouli + Zoe Hatzigiannaki
Curated by Katerina Nikou, Galini Notti, Evita Tsokanta
Action Field KODRA
Ex Military Camp Kodra
Curated by Daniel Kannenberg
Image by: Oliver Mark
Zoë Claire Miller
Hosted in Athens has invited groups of artists and collectives of different background and nationalities to present their activity in various buildings in the center of Athens through a series of events and exhibitions.
The project intends to articulate and organize its potentials in the area of the historical center of Athens and to involve public and private venues that can host its program in the means of hospitality.
The project seeks to advocate the local art scene and to introduce the work of international artists to the broader Athenian public. To provide the conditions for dialogue and collaboration between groups, communities and individuals and to establish connections between the cities involved emphasizing on the essence of networking and collectivity.
The participatory groups will be able to display their joint collaborations, shows and events in the context of a broader perspective that includes artists, curators, institutions and host venues.
The aim of the project is to underpin the importance of collaboration, the individual participation and the exchange between different art scenes and to indicate new ways of working that embrace the values of exchange and hospitality.
Hosted In Athens is organized by DL Projects.
(*) Artist Run Group (DL Projects) based in Berlin, Cluj Napoca and Athens.
Artists: Dionisis Christofilogiannis, Stelios Karamanolis, Eva Mitala, Tula Plumi, Yorgos Stamkopoulos.
(1) Participants groups/colectives
Daily Lazy Projects, Athens
Front Views, Berlin
GRUPPE UNO WIEN, Vienna
Les Editions Horror Vacui, Paris
MUD OFFICE, Paris
Nauru Project, Online project
Spazi Docili, Florence
Under Construction, Athens
Parallel event: 3 137, Athens
(3) Hosted Venues
Open Show Studio, Ag. Eleousis 14 & Protogenous
Six Dogs, Avramiotou 6-8
Epaskt (The Association of Graduates of Athens School of Fine Art), Tholou & Panos 19A
Temporary Space Elaionas, Forthcoming SOUZY TROS, Markoni 8, Elaionas metro station
SKOUZE3, 3 Skouze street, Monastiraki
The Association of Greek Archaeologists, Ermou 136
Theater Embros, 2 Riga Palamidou Str.
(4)Artists: Alkan Nallbani, Artan Shabani, Adrian Isufi, Ervin Dauti, Venera Kastrati, Marco Fantini, Juliette Blightman, Margarita Bofiliou, Dionisis Christofilogiannis, Stelios Karamanolis, Eva Mitala, Tula Plumi, Yorgos Stamkopoulos, Claudia C. Linder, Astrid Rausch, Tina Ribarits, Frank Eickhoff, Gabriel Braun, Pius Fox, Marc Klee, BURGHARD, Tolia Astali and Dylan Pierce, Stella Geppert, Kathrin Köster, Sinta Werner, Nina Ploghöft, Silke Briel, Albert Allgaier, Bernhard Garnicnig, Peter Fritzenwallne, Albért Bernàrd, George P. Burdell, Walt Dusley, Noboru Watanabe,Anna Byskov, Juliana Borinski,Melanie Sweeny, Sifis Lykakis, Charlie Jeffery, Dan Robinson, Kostas Roussakis, Caroline Bird, Dan Coopey, Lo Hillarp-Sjöström, Thanassis Petropoulos, Polyxenie Savva, Iori Wallace, Ian Whitfield, Christoph Höschele, Sandra Schmidt, Andre Höschele, Falm, Kai Kaspar, Klaus Ambichl, Rye Brand, Rainer Prohaska, Maria Lianou, Panagiotis Samsarelos, Sofia Touboura, Pavlos Tsakonas,Eva Marathaki, Leontios Toumpouris, Christian Costa, Fabrizio Ajello, Maria Efstathiou, Eleni Fotiadou, Maria Georgoula, Margarita Myrogianni, Richard Bevan, Elisabeth S. Clark, Line Ellegaard, Kathryn Faulkner, Alexandra Hughes, Pernille Leggat Ramfelt, Aishan Yu, Panos Famelis, Maro Fasouli, Dimitris Foutris, Alexandros Laios, Milan Tittel, Matej Gavula, Viktor Oravec, Ivan Dudás, Juraj Dudás, Chrysanthi Koumianaki, Kosmas Nikolaou, Paki Vlassopoulou, Thanos Klonaris, Dimitris Baboulis. Theorists: Nisaar Ulama, Caidleigh Murphy, Stephan Köhler, Katerina Nikou Texts: Carolin Gennermann.