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Vanja Žanko

Vanja Žanko, born in Zagreb in 1980, graduated art history from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb. She finished curatorial studies at the World of Art School, Institute of Contemporary Art in Ljubljana. She worked as the chief curator of the Filip Trade Collection and its project space Lauba House in Zagreb. Since 2013, she is a freelance curator and the president of Nomad, a non-profit organization she established with artists Jasmina Cibic, Igor Eškinja, Kristian Kožul, Zlatan Vehabović and Damir Žižić. She is the founder of Nomad Weekend Residency Program, based in Zagreb. She was the recipient of the EUNIC award for emerging cultural managers, and the ICroMe project grant, IUAV International University of Venice. Moreover, she is a jury member of different art prizes in Croatia: Vladimir Nazor Award, Erste Fragments and Drava Art Biennial. She is a board member of Croatian branch of ICOM. She lives and works in Zagreb.

 

 

Leila Topic

Leila Topic works as a curator in Zagreb's Museum of Contemporary Art (MSU), in charge of three collections: film and video, photography and media art.

Vladimir Vidmar is the Art Director of Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana. He graduated in philosophy and journalism at the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Social Sciences. Between 2007 and 2010 he worked at the City Museum and Galleries and also as a journalist and translator. From 2010 to 2013 he was the Assistant to the Art Director of Škuc Gallery. He curated numerous solo and group exhibition projects. He co-curated the exhibition Crises and New Beginnings: Art in Slovenia 2005–2015 at +MSUM in Ljubljana. Since 2016 he lectures at Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. He lives and works in Ljubljana.

Vladimir Vidmar

Karla Pudar is a curator and currently acting head of the Visual Arts Department in the Zagreb Student Centre. The Gallery SC was founded in 1962 and since its first days it has been one of the most important non-commercial, public exhibition venues for generating new artistic scenes and tendencies of contemporary art. Besides exhibiting established artists, special attention is given on promoting young emerging artists and presenting interesting international scenes. Since 2009 an international residency programme of visual arts has been established. Karla has realized numerous visual arts, literary, and multimedia exhibitions, projects, and festivals. Her interests are wide, mostly connected with culture. Most recently she curated an exhibiton about Croatian animation films: "Surrogate of Reality – 50 years since the only Croatian Oscar" with Marta Kiš.

Karla Pudar