Dr Magda Radu
2018-03-07T00:00:00Ankietowany zaktualizował tę wartość.I am a curator and art historian based in Bucharest. I am a founder and curator of the independent art space Salonul de proiecte, established in Bucharest in 2011, a program focused on the production of new artworks, publications and discursive platforms, building an infrastructure for critical contemporary art production. Within this program I curated many exhibitions dedicated to artists such as Banu Cennetoglu, Daniel Knorr, Ciprian Mureșan and Ioana Nemeș. I am the editor or co-editor of several exhibitions catalogues and books, among which: "Art in Romania Between 1945-2000. An Analysis from Today’s Perspective" (2016), "subREAL" (2015), "Dear Money" (2014) and "André Cadere / Andrei Cădere" (2011). In the last few years I also curated exhibitions at institutions including The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest; MUSAC, Leon; Spinnerei, Leipzig; and Photo España, Madrid. I curated the Romanian participation at the 57th edition of the Venice Biennale in 2017 with the project "Geta Brătescu – Apparitions". As an associate professor at the National University of Arts in Bucharest, I taught a course about the history and theory of conceptual art in Eastern Europe as well as a Curatorial Studies course.PhD in art history and theory, “Neo-avant-garde and Artistic Autonomy in the Romanian Art of the 60s and 70s” at, The National University of Arts, Bucharest (UNARTE), Supervisor Prof. Anca Oroveanu (2014).