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16 Nov 2011

Curators' Network Invites to Its First Meeting

Curators' Network
Hablar en Arte


First meeting of Curators' Network in Madrid
From Wednesday 16th to Saturday 19th November, 8 - 10 p.m
Hall 16 of Matadero Madrid

Martina Zimmermann and Sören Meschede
+34 913080049

Hablar en Arte
Calle Atocha 91
28012 Madrid

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Curators' Network is a platform made up of European curators, cultural managers and non-profit organizations. The aim is to enhance and facilitate in the exchange of knowledge among European professionals working in the contemporary arts.

Hablar en Arte, the organizer of this encounter of Curators' Network have invited a wide range of national and international curators, as well as a variety of cultural agents for the innovative projects they are realizing. We have also selected 20 Spanish artists to present and show their work, this from the results of an open application process.

The curators and artists will present their work and most recent projects from Wednesday 16th November to Saturday 19th at Matadero Madrid, daily from 8 - 10 p.m.

These sessions are free of charge and will provide a venue for an enriched and sustained exchanging of ideas, and in doing so, pave the way for future collaborations between professionals within the cultural sector.

For all the people who can't attend the meeting itself, have a look at our database to find out more and get to know the invited artists and curators:

Selected Artists:
AaPFAFF, Julio Adán, Javier Arce, Vicente Blanco, Pedro Luis Cembranos, Jaime de la Jara, Inés García, Cristina Garrido, Núria Güell, Carlos Irijalba, Daniel Jacoby, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Tamara Kuselman, Carlos Maciá, Alfredo Morte, ?lvaro Negro, Pablo Serret de Ena, Alain Urrutia, Françoise Vanneraud, Zoé T. Vizcaíno.

Invited Curators:
David Armengol (Barcelona, Spain), David Barro (Santiago de Compostela, Spain), Rubén Barroso (Sevilla, Spain), Erik Berg (Stockholm, Sweden), Mark Briggs (Glasgow, UK), ?ron Fenyvesi (Budapest, Hungary), Andrés Galeano (Berlin, Germany), Tomasz Gutkowski (Krakow, Poland), Javier Hontoria (Madrid, Spain), Xenia Kalpaktsoglou (Athens, Greece), Pablo Lag (Murcia, Spain), Andrea Löbel (Vienna, Austria), Marita Muukkonen (Helsinki, Finland), Didem Ozbek (Istanbul, Turkey), Delia Popa (Sibiu, Romania), André Sousa and Mauro Cerqueira (Porto, Portugal), Borbala Szalai (Budapest, Hungary), Anna Theiss (Warsaw, Poland), Leila Topic (Zagreb, Croatia).

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