Active institutions


Madrid, Spain: Hablar en Arte

This independent project platform works to support the creation and dissemination of contemporary culture. It curates visual art exhibitions and performances, designs and implements educational activities and cultural promotional events and advises institutions on new ways of how to promote emerging and contemporary culture. 

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Studio of Young Artists Association, Budapest, Hungary

This association of emerging Hungarian artists, curators and art critics sees its primary purpose to support and publicise the work of its members. The association also helps Hungarian and foreign curators get in touch with the Hungarian art scene. The Studio of Young Artists has an exhibition space where the most cutting-edge projects are shown.  

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Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna, Austria

The Kunsthalle Exnergasse (KEX), located in the WUK Werkstätten und Kulturhaus in Vienna defines itself as a non-commercially orientented, open platform and exhibition space for the presentation and realization of projects belonging to innovative, experimental and contemporary art in its most different formats and forms.

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Colectivo de Curadores

The Colectivo de Curadores was founded in 2008 by Alda Galsterer, Felipa Almeida, Moritz Elbert and Verónica de Mello, a multidisciplinary, Lisbon-based team. The Colectivo develops a curatorial project of research and communication on contemporary art on a global level, to create Projecto Map, a unique tool of information and study of the Portuguese art scene.

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Supporting members


Brukenthal National Museum, Sibiu, Romania

Founded in the late 18th century, the museum shows works from every region and artistic period. The contemporary art department of the museum primarily organises exhibitions featuring artists from Romania. In recent years, the department has become the point of reference for cutting-edge Romanian conceptual art.

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Foundation for Visual Arts, Krakow, Poland

Independent, non-profit arts organization dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of the visual arts in Poland, with an emphasis on photography. Established in Krakow in 2001, the Foundation has, in its first decade, continually sought out new and evolving definitions of what photography is and can be within the context of contemporary society; and the ways in which photographers and other visual artists can both document and subvert, chronicle and challenge aspects of a complex society, one frame, exhibition, and photo-book at a time. The Foundation’s keystone curatorial endeavor is the annual Krakow Photomonth Festival.

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