Garage Museum of Contemporary Art has announced the winners of travel grants for international curators to visit the 2nd Garage Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art A Beautiful Night for All the People.
Triennial curators Valentin Diaconov and Anastasia Mityushina selected ten winners:
—Mirela Baciak (Poland)
—Giulia Colletti (Italy)
—Anna Mikaela Ekstrand (USA)
—Anna Fech (Azerbaijan)
—Alexandra Labastida (Mexico)
—Angels Miralda (Spain)
—Yates Norton (Lithuania/UK)
—Aneta Rostkowska (Germany)
— Abhijan Toto (Thailand)
— Kathryn Weir (France)
Garage accepted applications from candidates of any age and citizenship who live and work outside Russia and have at least three years of curatorial experience in the field of contemporary art.
Applications were accepted from January 29 to March 5, 2020. A total of 306 applications were received from 64 countries, including Australia, Azerbaijan, China, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, South Korea, Serbia, Switzerland, Ukraine, and USA.
Each of the ten travel grants will cover travel expenses and a four-day stay in Moscow. The winners will have an opportunity to meet the artists of the 2nd Garage Triennial, visit Garage Studios at VDNKh, and take part in other events.
The second Triennial will feature works by over 70 artists from across Russia and by Russian-born practitioners who have been living and exhibiting abroad in the past ten years. The majority of artworks will be produced specially for the exhibition.
Anna Tereshkina, Portrait of My Grandmother, 2015
Watercolor and pen on paper
Courtesy of the artist
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