9
December
2017
2 p.m.
The curators battle EUNIC 2017

9 December 2017 | 2 p.m.
Petrovka st., 25, Ball room (2nd floor)

Free enter. Register is necessary.

The aim of the programme is to help young Russian curators acquire experience, share their knowledge and create networks whilst working in leading European cultural institutions. For the past five years Russian curators have had experience of working with some of the most interesting and active European art. After the internships, curators develop their own independent curatorial projects, which are to be presented at the final event.

The topic for 2017`s EUNIC curatorial programme is «Reaching Out». The main idea is to represent the curatorial statement further than usual representation. The aim is to move away from traditional institutions and create a broader output to a wider audience (including people with special needs and abilities), whereas art is introduced in unbounded ways and extensively spread in the unique fringe areas. A message suggests any form of media and occupies any kind of space, producing response, opinion or coexistence. The key point is to search, or invent, new instruments to collaborate with public areas and an unlimited number of individuals.

This year final round is going to take place at Moscow Museum of Modern Art and the jury includes Andrey Egorov (MMOMA), Alexey Maslyev (MMOMA), Margarita Osepyan (Solyanka VPA), Vera Trakhtenberg (CCA WINZAVOD), Marina Bobyleva (TRIUMPH Gallery), Alexander Godovanets (State Tretyakov Gallery). The best project will be implemented with financial support from EUNIC.

With the support of:

British Council Russia, Institut français de Russie, Ambassade de France en Russie, Embassy of Sweden in Russia Embassy of Finland in Russia, Goethe-Institut Moskau, The Austrian Cultural Forum Moscow.

 
9
December
2017
2 p.m.
The curators battle EUNIC 2017

The final round of annual EUNIC program for young Russian curators.

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2015
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