Judit Angel is a curator and art historian born in Arad, Romania. In the nineties, as a curator of Arad Art Museum, she organized several exhibitions – among them complexul muzeal (1996) - reflecting on the institution’s condition. In 1999 she curated the Report exhibition in the Romanian Pavilion at the Venice Biennial. Since 1998 she has been working as a curator at Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle Budapest. Recent curatorial projects: Interval (Dorottya Gallery, Budapest, 2009), Related Spaces (with Eszter Steierhoffer, Ernst Museum, Budapest, 2010), When History Comes Knocking (Galeria Plan B, Berlin, 2010), European Travellers. Art from Cluj Today (Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest, 2012), Overlapping Biennial (co-curator, Bucharest, 2012), Artists at Schools (with Dóra Hegyi and Lilla Khoor, tranzit.hu, 2012). She favours contextual approach and likes to re-think exhibition structures and formats according to the requirements of each new case. She is interested in the social function of art, hence her concern for linking art with other domains such as architecture, design, education, ecology and sociology.
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