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Garage Travel Grants for International Curators

DESCRIPTION

Garage Travel Grants for International Curators are intended for people who would like to learn more about Russian contemporary art. Open to curators from anywhere in the world, of all ages, the grant covers return airfare and accommodation for four days in Moscow during the Triennial.

Grants are available for curators to visit Moscow at any time from March 9 to May 14, 2017, although attending during the opening days will increase the opportunity to meet artists from across the country.

Successful applicants who choose to travel within Russia at their own expense after the initial four-day research period paid by Garage will receive administrative support in setting up meetings and travel arrangements.

AWARDED GARAGE GRANTS

 

Garage received more than 130 applications from 44 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Georgia, Germany, Iceland, Philippines, Serbia, and Sweden. The applicant pool comprised a wide variety of curators from institutions, nonprofits, and experimental arts spaces, as well as a variety of nomadic and independent curators. The winners were chosen from this extremely competitive group for the promise they demonstrated in engaging with and continuing the dialogue initiated by the Triennial. The Travel Grant covers return airfare and accommodation for four days in Moscow during the Triennial’s run.

The winners are: 

Riksa Afiatry (Indonesia);


Celenk Bafra (Turkey); 


Lizaveta German(Ukraine); 


Jarret Gregory (United States); 


Albert Heta (Kosovo);


Li Qi (China);


Joanna Sokolowska (Poland); 


Polly Staple (Great Britain); 


Chen Tamir (Israel);


Diana Ukhina (Kyrgyzstan).

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