Visitor Programme

Frame supports international networking within the Finnish contemporary art field by inviting art professionals to visit Finland offline and online.

Find more information about Frame’s visitors in 2021 below.

Our guests include curators, researchers and cultural producers. We tailor an individualised programme for each guest based on their interests and support the cross-pollination of ideas and practices over borders and disciplines.

The visitor programme’s emphasis is on supporting visits that benefit the Finnish contemporary art scene as broadly as possible and lay down roots for future international projects and collaborations with Finnish and Finland-based artists. Visitors are offered the opportunity to connect with a variety of artists, curators, and organisations in Finland. Not only is the programme a meaningful platform for international networking, but we often get to witness wholly new collaborations born through many of these visits.

We host between 20 to 30 visitors each year—arranged either by travelling to Finland or online. Visitors are invited through a process of matching the needs of various fields of contemporary art in Finland and in the context of Frame’s Rehearsing Hospitalities public programme.

Contacts offered to the visitors are organised by Head of Programme Jussi Koitela and Programme Officer Dahlia El Broul. To widen the programme’s reach, we are developing a roster of Finland-based art consultants, which will change annually. Current and former consultants include the Kerava Art Museum Director, Arja Elovirta for 2021 and curator Anna Jensen in 2020.

Before every visit, guests discuss their current research interests with Frame’s programme staff to clarify the kinds of connections and artistic practices relevant to their work. Based on these ideas, we propose a group of artists and other contacts within the art field.  After that, the visitor chooses who they are interested in meeting. Often, visitors have a listing of artists they wish to meet already before Frame’s proposals are offered. 

Ruangrupa group gathered outside of a building. Friendly athmosphere.

Frame’s 2021 international visitors, artist collective ruangrupa. Image by Jin Panji.

Propose a visitor

Organisations, institutions, or individuals may propose new guests for the Visitor Programme throughout the year. If you wish to organise a research visit in Finland for an international curator or other professionals in collaboration with Frame, please fill in and submit the form. Please note that visits are planned at least four months in advance.  If your proposal has been successful, Frame’s programme staff will contact you directly. Proposals are reviewed monthly.

If you would like to propose yourself as a visitor travelling to Finland, please apply for Frame’s travel grant for foreign art experts for travelling to Finland instead.

Woman with dark hair and white shirt in from of a blue background.

Frame’s expert visitor Binna Choi in 2019. Image: Ida Enegren.

International Visitors in 2021

A portrait of Egle Nedzinskaite in colour. She has blonde straight hair. She is wearing a black scarf and is looking into the camera.

Curator at the National Gallery of Art (Vilnius)

Eglé Nedzinskaité

Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme

Since 2009, Eglé Nedzinskaité has been the curator of educational programs at the National Gallery of
Art (Vilnius), a subdivision of the Lithuanian National Art Museum.

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Yates Norton is centered in the image, which is taken indoors. He is talking and is not looking into the camera. He has short, light brown hair and he is wearing a dark blue t-shirt.

Curator at The Roberts Institute of Art

Yates Norton

Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme

Yates Norton is a curator at The Roberts Institute of Art, London. Previously, he was curator at Rupert, a publicly funded centre for art, residencies and education, located in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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A studio portrait Miriam Wistreich in colour. She has short, brown curly hair and red lipstick. She is wearing a black collared shirt and is looking into the camera.

Director of UKS

Miriam Wistreich

Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme.

Miriam Wistreich is the director of UKS – (Unge Kunstneres Samfund / Young Artists’ Society), an Oslo-based institution for contemporary art and a Norwegian membership organization.

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Eva Rowson is centered in the picture, where she is standing on a park path, surrounded by greenery. She is wearing black jeans and a black jumper. She is holding her arms crossed and is smiling.

Artist, Curator and Managing Director of Bergen Kjøtt

Eva Rowson

Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme in April.

Eva Rowson is an Artist, Curator and Managing Director of Bergen Kjøtt, a production house, creative workplace and cultural venue in Bergen, Norway.

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Gemma is leaning on a railing and looking into the camera smiling. She is wearing a grey dress and blue scarf and has dark hair with orange highlights. She is in front of a book shelf.

Independent Curator

Gemma Medina Estupiñán

Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme in April – May.

Gemma Medina Estupiñán (PhD at Universidad de La Laguna, Tf – b.1975, Spain) is an Art Historian, independent curator, educator and writer working internationally.

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Kate Brehme smiling to the camera.

Independent Curator and Arts Educator

Kate Brehme

Online meetings in April–May

Kate Brehme is an Australian Independent Curator and Arts Educator based in Berlin. Since 2008 she has run Contemporary Art Exchange, a curatorial platform providing professional development opportunities for emerging and young artists.

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Caterina Avataneo is looking into the camera and smiling. She is in a forest and it's sunny. She is wearing a white t-shirt and has orange and brown shoulder-length hair.

Independent Curator

Caterina Avataneo

Online meetings throughout April

Caterina Avataneo is a Curator based between London and Turin. Her curatorial practice involves thinking through artworks in order to present perspectives that deviate from hegemonic ways of envisioning the present.

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Photographed from above, Daria Khan is smiling to the camera.

Curator and Director of Mimosa House

Daria Khan

Online meetings throughout April

Daria Khan is the director and curator of Mimosa House, an independent non-profit art institution that she founded in 2017 in London. Mimosa House is focused on feminism and queer studies, as well as language, poetry and sound based practices.

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Portrait of Jose Roca, smiling to camera.

Artistic Director of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney

José Roca

Online meetings throughout February

José Roca is a Colombian curator, currently the Artistic Director of the 23rd Biennale of Sydney. He runs FLORA ars+natura, an independent space for contemporary art in Bogotá.

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Lucia Pietroiusti smiling to camera against a summery garden. Friendly athmosphere.

Curator of General Ecology at Serpentine Galleries

Lucia Pietroiusti

Online meetings in January–February

Lucia Pietroiusti is a curator based in London, working across disciplines at the intersection of art and ecology, mostly outside of the exhibition format. She is Curator of General Ecology at Serpentine Galleries.

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Ruangrupa group gathered outside of a building. Friendly athmosphere.

Artist Collective

ruangrupa

Online meetings in January

ruangrupa is a collective founded in 2000 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The collective runs an art space in South Jakarta and realizes exhibitions, festivals, publications and radio formats.

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  • Katia Krupennikova
    8-11 January
  • Ingel Vaikla
    26–28 February
    In collaboration with AV-arkki
  • Eriola Pira
    22 June
    Online meetings
  • Olga Hatzidaki
    30 June
    Online meetings
  • Pieternel Vermoortel
    8 July
    Online meetings
  • Samuel Leuenberger
    30 November, 2 & 7 December
    Online meetings
  • Christina Gigliotti
    14 & 21 December
    Online meetings

An overview of Frame’s visitor programme in 2020

  • Binna Choi, 19–23 February
  • Randi Grov Berger, 8–12 March
    On Frame travel grant
  • Kate Strain, 12–15 March
    In collaboration with Kiasma Commission by Kordelin
  • Jennifer Teets, 12–14 March
  • María Iñigo Clavo, 12–15 March
    In collaboration with Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia
  • Jochen Volz, 11–15 March
    In collaboration with Instituto Iberoamericano de Finlandia
  • Regine Rapp, 11–14 March
  • Lea Vene, 21–24 March
    On Frame travel grant
  • Tamara Cubas, 9–12 April
    On Frame travel grant
  • Julia Asperska, 9–12 April
    On Frame travel grant
  • Matt Packer, 09–13 April
    In collaboration with The Finnish Institute in London
  • Merve Elveren, 09–13 April
    In collaboration with The Finnish Institute in London & Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art
  • iLiana Fokianaki, 21–24 April
  • Viktor Neumann, 23–27 April
  • Eileen Isagon Skyers, 26 May–1 June
    In collaboration with Finnish Cultural Institute in New York
  • Jaimie Isaac, 1–8 June
    In collaboration with OCA – Office for Contemporary Art Norway
  • Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, 26 – 29 August
    In collaboration with OCA – Office for Contemporary Art Norway , The Danish Arts Agency & Iaspis – Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Artists
  • Amara Antilla, 8 – 21 September
    On Frame travel grant
  • Annie Jael Kwan, 2–26 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator
  • Rachael Rakes, 17 – 23 June and 8–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with AV-arkki & Saastamoinen Foundation
  • Tereza Jindrova, 3–30 May & 7–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator
  • Clelia Coussonet, 3–30 May & 9–14 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator
  • Hanna Isaksson, 9–14 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Anneli Bäckman, 9–14 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Indrek Grigor, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Marian Kivila , 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Rael Artel , 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Sara Hemmingsson, 9–13 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Johanna Linder, 9–13 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Evelyn Raudsepp, 12–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Nordic-Baltic Curatorial Programme
  • Natalia Khvoenkova, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in St. Petersburg
  • Anastasia Skvortsova, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in St. Petersburg
  • Max Andrews, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Finnish Cultural Institute in Madrid and PUBLICS
  • Mariana Cánepa Luna, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Finnish Cultural Institute in Madrid and PUBLICS
  • Josien Pieters, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
  • Edvinas Grinkevičius, 9–16 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Lithuanian Culture Institute
  • Ūla Tornau, 9–14 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with Lithuanian Culture Institute
  • Anna-Sophie Springer, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
  • Sofia Lemos, 9–15 September
    Attending the Rehearsing Hospitalities programme
    In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in London
  • Susanne Prinz, 23–26 October
    In collaboration with The Finnish Institute in Germany
  • Mario D’Souza, 6–9 November
    In collaboration with the Danish Arts Foundation
  • Shubigi Rao, 7–9 November
    In collaboration the Danish Arts Foundation
  • Jacquelyn Davis, 22–29 November
    On Frame travel grant
  • Alejandro Alonso Díaz, 2–6 December
    On Frame travel grant
  • Šelda Puķīte, 28 November –1 December
    On Frame travel grant
  • Eloise Sweetman, 1–11 December
    On Frame travel grant
  • Jason Hendrik Hansma, 1–11 December
    On Frame travel grant

An overview of Frame’s visitor programme in 2019

  • Kenji Kubota, Japan, 23–27.01. In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in Japan.
  • Mutsumi Urano, Japan, 23–27.01. In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in Japan.
  • Dieter Roelstraete, Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, United States, 27–29.1. In collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia.
  • Danish art experts, 23–25.2:
    Claus Andersen, Andersen’s gallery, Christian Gether, ARKEN Museum, Lars Bent Petersen, Fynen Art Academy, Toke Lykkeberg, Tranen exhibition platform, Sara Lysgaard, Collector, Jens-Peter Brask, Collector, Julia Rodrigues, Curator, Helle Moesgaard, Collector, Mamie Beth Cary, Andersen’s gallery. In collaboration with The Finnish Cultural Institute in Denmark.
  • Sabine Breitwieser, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Austria, 31.1–2.2
  • Natasha Ginwala, 31.1-2.2
  • Grégory Castéra, Council, France, 4–9.03
  • Stefanie Kleinsorge, Port25 – Raum für Gegenwartskunst, Germany, 12–17.03. In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in Germany.
  • Barbara Auer, Kunstverein Ludwigshafen, Germany, 12–17.03. In collaboration with the Finnish Institute in Germany.
  • Dominika Kluszczyk, WRO Art Center, Poland, 12–17.3.
  • Agnieszka Kubicka–Dzieduszycka, WRO Art Center, Poland, 12–17.3.
  • Lumi Tan, The Kitchen, United States, 25–29.03. In collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia.
  • Vivian Ziherl, Netherland, 9–11-04. In collaboration with Publics.
  • Annie Fletcher, Van Abbe Museum, Netherlands, 9–11.04. In collaboration with Publics.
  • Marie Nipper, Denmark, 9–12.04
  • Jenny Moore, United Kingdom, 9–13.04
  • Florian Feigl, Germany, 9–15.04
  • Andrew Berardini, United States, 15-24.04. In collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Arts Estonia.
  • Kasper König, curator, Germany, 15–17.4.
  • Sunyoung Kim, South Korea, 17.21.04. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Gabriel Mestre Arrioja, Mexico, 24.04–01.05. In collaboration with OCA & Iaspis.
  • Rob La Frenais, France, 23.04–21.05. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Ceci Moss, United States, 2–31.05. In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator.
  • Nathalie Anglès, United States, 18–18.05. In collaboration with the Finnish museum of photography.
  • • Убежище / Suoja / Shelter, 1–3.6:
    Ivana Momcilovic, Russia, Kristina Petukhina, Russia, Iurii Tolstoguzov, Russia, Anastasia Vepreva, Russia, Mikhail Zaikanov, Russia, Petr Zhukov, Russia, Fomenko Maria, Russia.
  • Isabel de Sena, Germany, 11–19.06
  • Adwait Singh, India, 4-30.06. In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator.
  • Mario Caro, Curator, USA, 12–27.6.
  • Carin E.M. Reinders, CODA, Netherlands, 17–18.08. In collaboration with Ornamo
  • Irene Campolmi, Denmark, 21–25.08
  • Curatorial Program for Research, 20.–27.8.:
    Marten Esko, EKKM, Estonia, Lea Vene, Art historian, Croatia, Vanina Saracino, Curator, Germany, Alessandro Facente, Curator, USA, Alessandro Facente, Curator, USA, Sian McIntyre, Curator, Australia, Paulina Ascencio, Curator, Mexico, Nina Wöhlk, Curator, Denmark, Arlette Quynh-Anh Tran, Curator, Vietnam, Emily Crain, Coordinator, USA, Ferreyra Carmen, Coordinator, USA. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Port Journeys, 18.–21.9.:
    Jan Derk Diekema, HaVik, The Netherlands, James Enos, Georgian Univeristy, Georgia, Jaime IbanezHekla Jonsdottir, Artist, Iceland, Michael Kress, Artist, Germany, Yoshie Ota, Spiral Wacoal Art Center, Japan, Tsutomu Okada, Zou no hana terrace, Japan, Tim Schwartz, Artist, USA. In collaboration with Forum Box.
  • Helmut Batista, CAPACETE, Brasil, 4–5.10
  • Zarmina Rafi, Canada, 7–8.10
  • Kelani Nichole, TRANSFER, United States, 16–21.10. In collaboration with AV-arkki.
  • David Gryn, Daata Editions, United Kingdom, 18–20.10. In collaboration with AV-arkki.
  • Asep Topan, Indonesia, 1–30.11. In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator.
  • Cory Scozzari, Cordova, United States, 1.11–1.12. In collaboration with HIAP // HICP Curator.
  • Renée Mboya, Nairobi, 05–09.11
  • Elina Valaite, Georgia, 09–20.11
  • Anna Bromley, Germany, 16–21.11
  • Johan Rosenmunthe, Lodret Vandret, Denmark, 22–26.11
  • Flemming Ove Bech, Lodret Vandret, Denmark, 22–26.11

An overview of Frame’s visitor programme in 2018

  • Tatiana Kurasova, Iskusstvo-magazine, Russia, 6.–10.2.
  • Jamiee Williams, CHART Art Fair, Denmark, 22.–23.2.
  • Helga Christoffersen, CHART Art Fair, Denmark, 22.–23.2.
  • Ana Botella, FACT Liverpool, United Kingdom, 22.–26.3.
  • Tina Sauerländer, Germany, 30.3–1.4. In collaboration with  Finnish Institute in Germany.
  • Alain Bieber, Düsseldorf nrw Kulturforum, Germany, 30.3.–1.4. In collaboration with  Finnish Institute in Germany.
  • Andrey Martynov, Russia, 24.–29.5. In collaboration with Embassy of Finland in Moscow.
  • Blanca Victoria Lopez Rodriguez, Wifredo Lam Center / Havana Biennial, Cuba, 1.–29.6. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Gina Buenfield, Camden Arts Centre, United Kingdom, 1.–29.6. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Owen Duffy, United States, 1.–15.7.
  • Polly Brannan, Liverpool Biennal, United Kingdom, 28.–31.8.
  • Kris Dittel, Slovenia, 1.-30.11. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Carolina Ongaro, Jupiter Woods, United Kingdom, 30.10-30.11. In collaboration with HIAP.
  • Katerina Gregos, RIBOCA, Latvia, 13.11.–16.11.

  • Rosie Cooper, Liverpool Biennial, United Kingdom, 19.–22.1.
  • Carlos Urroz, ARCO Madrid, Spain, 19.-21.1.
  • Azar Mahmoudian, Gwangju Biennial, Iran, 4.-8.2.
  • João Laia, Portugal, 19.-22.2.
  • Marianne Mulvey, Tate Modern, United Kingdom, 4.-8.3.
  • Emily Stone, Tate Modern, United Kingdom, 4.-8.3.
  • Poka-Yio, Athens Biennale, Greece, 6.-9.3.
  • Vassiliki Tzanakou, ArtinTra, Greece / United Kingdom, 6.-13.3.
  • Gabriela Golder, Biennal de la Imagen en Movimiento, Argentina, 7.-13.3.
  • Andrés Denegri, Biennal de la Imagen en Movimiento, Argentina, 7.-13.3.
  • Marie Nipper, Tate Liverpool, Denmark / United Kingdom, 10.-13.3.
  • Hamza Walker, Renaissance Society, USA, 2.-8.4.
  • Sarat Maharaj, United Kingdom, 4.-7.4.
  • Katerina Gregos, Belgium, 5.-7.4.
  • Xander Karskens, De Hallen Haarlem, Netherlands, 5.-7.4.
  • Roman Korzhov, NCCA / Samara / Shirayevo Biennial, Russia, 19.-22.4.
  • Nelia Korzhova, NCCA / Samara / Shirayevo Biennial, Russia, 19.-22.4.
  • Mats Stjernstedt, Sweden / Norway, 21.-25.4.
  • Blanca Lopéz Rodriguez, Wilfredo Lam keskus / Havana Biennial, Cuba, 1.-10.5.
  • Esa Nickle, Performa Biennial, USA, 12.-15.6.
  • Yulia Vasilyevna Bychkova, NCCA, Russia, 21.-23.6
  • Darya Andreyevna Pyrkina, NCCA, Russia, 21.-23.6
  • Richard Birkett, 6.6.-6.7.
  • Marianne Mulvey, Tate Modern, 2.9.-29.9.
  • Nina Colosi, 5.–10.9.
  • Mami Kataoka, 12.-18.9
  • Elspeth Mitchell, 6.9.-5.10
  • Carlo Trivelli, Bienal de Fotografía de Lima, 19.-23.9.
  • Yana Smurova, Triumph Gallery, 17.-20.10.
  • Nailya Allakhverdieva, PERMM, 17.-20.10.
  • Miek Egan, Ramiken Crucible, 24.–26.10.
  • Sophie Lauwers, Bozar, 26.-28.10.
  • Nav Haq, Muhka Museum, 26.-28.10.
  • Zoe Gray, Wiels, 26.-28.10.
  • Adelaide Bannerman, 2.-30.11.
  • Xavier Acarin, 2.-30.11.
  • Maria Arusoo, CCA – Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, 16.–18.11.
  • Rebeka Põldsam, CCA – Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, 16.–18.11.
  • Kaarin Kivirähk,  CCA – Center for Contemporary Art Estonia, 16.–18.11.
  • Marten Esko, EKKM – Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia, 16.–18.11.
  • Marika Alver, 16.–18.11.
  • Hilde Methi, 16.–18.11.
  • Malin Barth, 16.–18.11.
  • Cliff Lauson, Hayward Gallery, 21.-23.11.
  • Sabina Chagina, Atmosphere Moscow Street Art Biennale, 30.11.-3.12.
  • Helena Scragg, Norrköpings Konstmuseum, 29.11.-1.12.
  • Till Felrat, 7.-10.12.
  • Sam Barouil, 7.-10.12.2016
  • Gillian Fox, Hayward Gallery, 8.-10.12.
  • Ian Alden Russell, Brown University, 11.-18.12.

  • Yoshie Ota, Spiral / Wacoal Art Center, Japan, 7.-11.1.
  • Ceri Hand, Ceri Hand Gallery, Great Britain, 25.-27.1
  • Michael Ruiz, Future Gallery, Germany, 26.-28.1.
  • Sabine Unamun, Arts Council England, Great Britain, 27.-28.1.
  • Henk Slager, Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design, 27.2.
  • Blanca de la Torre, Spain, 3.-15.3.
  • Solvita Krese, The Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Latvia, 10.-12.3.
  • Catherine Baÿ, The Window Paris, France, 6.-10.4.
  • Bo Bjerggaard, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Britt Bjerggaard, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Anne Blond, Kunstmuseet i Tønder, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Helle Brons, Sorø Kunstmuseum, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Helle Fibecker, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Maria Gadegaard,  Gl Holtegaard, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Peter Michael Hornung, Politiken, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Anders Gaardbroe Jensen, Holstebro kunstmuseum, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Jesper Dan Jespersen, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Joakin Jespersen, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Kristine Kern, Fotografisk Center, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Gunnar Kjems, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Trine Kjems, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Morten Korsgaard, Galleri Bo Bjerggaard, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Michael Nielsen, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Bente Scaavenius, Børsen, Denmark, 10.-12.4.
  • Christine Nippe, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, 14.-17.4.
  • Mariette Dölle, TENT, The Netherlands, 9.-12.6.
  • Kerry Doyle, USA, 16.-17.7.
  • Connie Lam, Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong, 24.-28.8.
  • Kari Conte, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), USA, 30.9.-6.10.
  • Torun Ekstrand, Freelancer / Think Tank Transbaltic, Sweden, 6.-7.10.
  • Dag Aak Sveinar, PUNKT O / Momentum, Norway, 6.-9.10.
  • Nicola Kuhn, Der Tagesspiegel, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Ekaterina Lopatkina, Department of Contemporary Art at the State Hermitage Museum, Russia, 7.-9.10.
  • Pavel Markaitis, Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art, Russia, 7.-9.10.
  • Darja Palatkina, Art Newspaper Russia, Russia, 7.-9.10.
  • Sophie Prager, Salon Dahlmann, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Carsten Probts, Deutschlandfunk / Kunstforum International / ArtMapp, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Ingebor Ruthe, Berliner Zeitung, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Thomas E. Schmidt, Die Zeit, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Birgit Sonna, Art Magazin, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Victoria Trunova, Artpress / Superior Magazine, Germany, 7.-9.10.
  • Olesya Turkina, Russian Museum / Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, 7.-9.10.
  • Niko Anklam, Germany, 19.-24.10.
  • Tainá Azeredo, Casa Tomada, Brasil, 19.-24.10.
  • Emily Butler, Whitechapel Gallery, Great Britain, 19.-24.10.
  • Qu Chang, China, 19.-24.10.
  • Kevser Gûler, Turkey, 19.-24.10.
  • Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield, Great Britain, 19.-24.10.
  • Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk, The Office for Curating / TENT, The Netherlands, 19.-24.10.
  • Dorota Michalska, Poland, 19.-24.10
  • Nerea Ubieto, The Art Link Maker, Spain, 19.-24.10.
  • Lia Zaaloff, USA, 19.-24.10.
  • Eva Wittocx, Museum Leuven, Belgium, 22.-24.10.
  • Katerina Tselou, Documenta, Greece, 12.-16.11.
  • Binna Choi, CasCo – Office for Art, Design and Theory, The Netherlands, 16.-18.11.
  • Maria Lind, Tensta Konsthall, Sweden, 17.-18.11
  • Sylvie Fortin, La Biennale de Montréal, Canada, 19.-22.11.
  • Marcio Harum, Centro Cultural São Paulo, 17.-21.12.

  • Kasper König, Manifesta 10, Germany, 8.-10.1.
  • Sergey Fofanov, Manifesta 10, 8.-10.1.
  • Claire Mander, Royal Society of Sculptors,  3.-5.3.
  • James Putnam, curator, Great Britain, 5.-7.3.
  • Todor Todorov, artist-curator, Bulgaria, 30.3.-8.4.
  • Daniela Todorov, artist-curator, Bulgaria, 30.3.-8.4.
  • Barbara Polla, Analix Forever Gallery, Switzerland, 1.-3.4.
  • Paul Ardenne, curator-critic, France, 2.-3.4.
  • Joanna Warsza, Manifesta 10, 7.-9.4.
  • Feng Boyi, curator, China, 8.-13.4.
  • Natasa Petresin-Bachelez, Manifesta Journal, France 23.-25.4.
  • Michiko Kasahara, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan, 25.-29.4.
  • Okwui Enwezor, Haus der Kunst, Munich/ Venice Binnale, Germany, 16.-18.5.
  • Moacir dos Anjos, Fundacao Joaquim Nabuco, Recife, Brazil, 19.-23.5.
  • Bartolomeo Pietromarchi, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, Italy, 20.-23.5.
  • Luis Perez-Oramas, MoMA, USA, 20.-23.5.
  • Rayne Booth, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Ireland, 21.-27.5.
  • Manuela Villa, Matadero Madrid Contemporary Art Center, Spain, 1.-3.9.
  • Tsutomu Okada, SPIRAL Wacoal Art Center, Japan, 5.-9.9.
  • Niels van Tomme, curator, USA, 26.-27.9.
  • Alissa Kleist, Household collective, Ireland, 11.-14.10.
  • Barbara O’Brien, Kemper Art Museum, USA, 14.-16.10.
  • Marlène Rigler, Le 116, Le Centre d’art contemporain de Montreuil, France, 17.-26.10.

  • Max Hollein, Schirn Kunsthalle, Austria, 22.-23.1.
  • Esther Schlicht, Schirn Kunsthalle, Germany, 22.-23.1.
  • Juliana Engberg, Sydney Biennial, Australia, 3.-5.2.
  • Pontus Kyander, Norway, 6.-7.2.
  • Merete Hovdenak, Norway, 6.-7.2.
  • Ljudmila Stratimirovic, MC Grad, Serbia, 20.-21.2.
  • Dejan Ubovic, MC Grad, Serbia, 20.-21.2.
  • Laurent De Vernuil, France, 2.-4.4.
  • Tim Saltarelli, Frieze, Great Britain, 17.-20.4.
  • Nicola Lees, Frieze, Great Britain, 7.-20.4.
  • Maarten Bertheux, The Netherlands, 1.-6.5.
  • Matteo Lucchetti, Belgium, 28.8.-1.9.
  • Aaron Levy, Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, USA, 25.8.-1.9.
  • Hyunsook Ahn, KAMS, South Korea, 24.-26.9.
  • In-Sook Nam, KAMS, South Korea, 24.-26.9.
  • Yoojin Yang, KAMS, South Korea, 24.-26.9.
  • Juri Cho, KAMS, South Korea, 24.-26.9.
  • Syrago Tsiara, Greece, 2.-4.10.
  • Amanda McDonald Crowley, Australia / USA, 25.-27.9.
  • Carol Swords, PM Gallery and House, Great Britain, 11.-16.10.
  • Manuel Segade, Meme Moi, France, 30.10.-2.11.
  • Lorenzo Marsili, European Alternatives, Italy, 1.-11.11.
  • Maria Teresa Sanchez Coloma, Poligino Gallery, Spain, 1.-11.11.
  • Luigi Calmiberti Faussone, European Alternatives, Italy, 1.-11.11.
  • Peter Van Hoof, International Film Festival Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 6.-9.11.
  • Dag Aak Sveinar, Punkt Ø- Gallery F 15 and Momentum, Norway, 6.-10.11.
  • Yusuke Shimura, Japan, 8.-11.11.
  • Sunhee Kim, Daegu Art Museum, South Korea, 9.-16.11.
  • René Block, Germany, 18.-21.11.
  • Martin Schibli, Kalmar Konstmuseum, Sweden, 18.-21.11.
  • Joasia Krysa, Denmark, 23.-26.11.
  • Sören Meschede, Hablar en arte, Spain, 27.11.-1.12.
  •  Javier Martin-Jimenez,  Hablar en arte, Spain, 27.11.-1.12.
  • Sasa Nabergoj, Center for Contemporary Arts Slovenia, Slovenia, 2.-7.12.
  • Holger Kube Ventura, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany, 9.-13.12.