16 mai 2012

Selgunud on Köler Prize 2012 žürii liikmed

Selgunud on Köler Prize 2012 žürii liikmed
Eelmine Järgmine

Köler Prize 2012 žürii liikmed on:

Johan Lundh, Marita Muukonen, Anda Rottenberg, Mara Traumane ja Jevgeni Zolotko

Johan Lundh

Johan Lundh is a curator, writer and translator, presently dividing his time between Derry and Berlin. Currently, he is Co-Director Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry. Lundh holds a MFA and a post-graduate degree in curating from Konstfack in Stockholm. He is a member of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, IKT, and has curated exhibitions and events for such organizations as Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Index, Stockholm, Konsthall C, Stockholm, Overgaden ICA, Copenhagen, and Western Front, Vancouver. In the past, he has worked with, for example, Bik Van der Pol, Runo Lagomarsino, Olivia Plender, Alexandre Singh, and Superflex. Lundh is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, AICA, and his writing and translations has appeared in publications such as Art Lies, Art Papers, Fillip, Metropolis M, Mousse, Paletten, Yishu, as well as exhibition catalogues and artists’ books. In addition, he has lectured extensively at universities, residency programmes, and exhibiting venues across Europe and in North America.

Marita Muukkonen

Marita Muukkonen works as a curator at HIAP – The Helsinki International Artist Programme. In previous years, Marita worked for several contemporary art institutions such as FRAME, the journal FRAMEWORK and NIFCA – The Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art.

Recent independent projects, among others, has included the Nordic Pavilion Into the Rabbit Hole in Dak’art Biennial, co-curated with Power Ekroth. (2010 / 2012). Together with the French-US curator Ivor Stodolsky, Marita Muukkonen runs the curatorial vehicle Perpetuum Mobile, which they describe as a “conduit and engine to bring together art, practice and inquiry.” Projects, among others, have included the Perpetual Pavilion (Venice 2009) and The Arts Assembly (Manifesta 8).

Anda Rottenberg

Art historian, curator and critic, born in Novosibirsk, USSR, educated in Warsaw University. Employed in the Polish Academy of Sciences 1973-1986. Founder of the EGIT art Foundation, 1986; Soros Center of Contemporary Art, 1992; Institute of Art Promotion Foundation, 1997. Director of ‘Zacheta’ National Art Gallery in Warsaw 1993-2001; Visiting consultant in the Museum of Modern Art, New York 2001-2002; President of the Program Advisory board and the Program Director of the Warsaw Art Museum 2005-2007.

As of 1980 curator and co-curator of numerous Polish and international exhibitions i.e. I Kwanju Biennale, South Korea; Aspects-Positions 1949-1999, 50 Years of Art in Middle Europe (Vienna-Budapest-Barcelona-Birmingham 2000); L’Autre Moitie de l’Europe (Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume 2000/2001, Paris); Where is Abel, Thy Brother, Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, 1995; Forgetting, Weseburg Museum, Bremen, 2000; Continental Breakfast, Belgrade 2004; Warsaw-Moscow 100 years, Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw/Tretiakowskaya Gallery Moscow, 2004/2005; Side by side. Poland-Germany, 1000 years of history in art, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin,2011

Member of the 1-st Manifesta board of and a member of the selection committee of Documenta 12

Curator of the Polish Pavilions at the Venice Biennale 1993 – 2001 and the Sao Paolo Biennale 1997 – 2007

Member of the board of: the Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź and the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw

Author of the numerous texts on art translated on most of European as well as Japanese and Korean languages; popular books on art, recently: concise history of Polish art “Art in Poland 1945 – 2005”, 2005; “Draught – texts on Polish art of 80-s”, 2009; “Here you are”, 2009.

Mara Traumane

Mara Traumane is a researcher, art critic and curator working in Berlin and Riga. She focuses on comparative research of art in the Eastern Europe after WWII. She is currently writing her PhD on Interdisciplinary art collectives in Riga and Moscow in the 1970s and 1980s at Humboldt University, Berlin. In 2010 she curated the performance section of the exhibition And Others. Movements, Explorations and Artists in Latvia 1960–1984 devoted to the unofficial art phenomena during the Soviet time. In 2008–2010 she conducted Latvian research for the exhibition Gender Check: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe and co-organised symposiums related to the exhibition. Since 2010 she is associate researcher in the project Art and literature on trial at the Zürich University. She is an author of a number of research articles and exhibition reviews published internationally.

Jevgeni Zolotko

is an Estonian artist living and working in Tartu. He is the winner of the Köler Prize 2011

 

Members of the jury of the Köler Prize are:

Johan Lundh, Marita Muukonen, Anda Rottenberg, Mara Traumane ja Jevgeni Zolotko

Johan Lundh

Johan Lundh is a curator, writer and translator, presently dividing his time between Derry and Berlin. Currently, he is Co-Director Centre for Contemporary Art Derry~Londonderry. Lundh holds a MFA and a post-graduate degree in curating from Konstfack in Stockholm. He is a member of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, IKT, and has curated exhibitions and events for such organizations as Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen, Index, Stockholm, Konsthall C, Stockholm, Overgaden ICA, Copenhagen, and Western Front, Vancouver. In the past, he has worked with, for example, Bik Van der Pol, Runo Lagomarsino, Olivia Plender, Alexandre Singh, and Superflex. Lundh is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, AICA, and his writing and translations has appeared in publications such as Art Lies, Art Papers, Fillip, Metropolis M, Mousse, Paletten, Yishu, as well as exhibition catalogues and artists’ books. In addition, he has lectured extensively at universities, residency programmes, and exhibiting venues across Europe and in North America.

Marita Muukkonen

Marita Muukkonen works as a curator at HIAP – The Helsinki International Artist Programme. In previous years, Marita worked for several contemporary art institutions such as FRAME, the journal FRAMEWORK and NIFCA – The Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art.

Recent independent projects, among others, has included the Nordic Pavilion Into the Rabbit Hole in Dak’art Biennial, co-curated with Power Ekroth. (2010 / 2012). Together with the French-US curator Ivor Stodolsky, Marita Muukkonen runs the curatorial vehicle Perpetuum Mobile, which they describe as a “conduit and engine to bring together art, practice and inquiry.” Projects, among others, have included the Perpetual Pavilion (Venice 2009) and The Arts Assembly (Manifesta 8).

Anda Rottenberg

Art historian, curator and critic, born in Novosibirsk, USSR, educated in Warsaw University. Employed in the Polish Academy of Sciences 1973-1986. Founder of the EGIT art Foundation, 1986; Soros Center of Contemporary Art, 1992; Institute of Art Promotion Foundation, 1997. Director of ‘Zacheta’ National Art Gallery in Warsaw 1993-2001; Visiting consultant in the Museum of Modern Art, New York 2001-2002; President of the Program Advisory board and the Program Director of the Warsaw Art Museum 2005-2007.

As of 1980 curator and co-curator of numerous Polish and international exhibitions i.e. I Kwanju Biennale, South Korea; Aspects-Positions 1949-1999, 50 Years of Art in Middle Europe (Vienna-Budapest-Barcelona-Birmingham 2000); L’Autre Moitie de l’Europe (Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume 2000/2001, Paris); Where is Abel, Thy Brother, Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw, 1995; Forgetting, Weseburg Museum, Bremen, 2000; Continental Breakfast, Belgrade 2004; Warsaw-Moscow 100 years, Zachęta Gallery, Warsaw/Tretiakowskaya Gallery Moscow, 2004/2005; Side by side. Poland-Germany, 1000 years of history in art, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin,2011

Member of the 1-st Manifesta board of and a member of the selection committee of Documenta 12

Curator of the Polish Pavilions at the Venice Biennale 1993 – 2001 and the Sao Paolo Biennale 1997 – 2007

Member of the board of: the Muzeum Sztuki, Łódź and the Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw

Author of the numerous texts on art translated on most of European as well as Japanese and Korean languages; popular books on art, recently: concise history of Polish art “Art in Poland 1945 – 2005”, 2005; “Draught – texts on Polish art of 80-s”, 2009; “Here you are”, 2009.

Mara Traumane

Mara Traumane is a researcher, art critic and curator working in Berlin and Riga. She focuses on comparative research of art in the Eastern Europe after WWII. She is currently writing her PhD on Interdisciplinary art collectives in Riga and Moscow in the 1970s and 1980s at Humboldt University, Berlin. In 2010 she curated the performance section of the exhibition And Others. Movements, Explorations and Artists in Latvia 1960–1984 devoted to the unofficial art phenomena during the Soviet time. In 2008–2010 she conducted Latvian research for the exhibition Gender Check: Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe and co-organised symposiums related to the exhibition. Since 2010 she is associate researcher in the project Art and literature on trial at the Zürich University. She is an author of a number of research articles and exhibition reviews published internationally.

Jevgeni Zolotko

is an Estonian artist living and working in Tartu. He is the winner of the Köler Prize 2011