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Museum of Contemporary Art
Ušće 10, blok 15, Belgrade

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Salon of the Museum of Contemporary Art
14 Pariska St., Belgrade

The Salon of the MoCAB is closed due to ongoing renovations.


Gallery-Legacy of Milica Zorić & Rodoljub Čolaković

2 Rodoljuba Čolakovića St, Belgrade

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The Legacy is closed to the public on Tuesday.
Entrance to the Legacy is free of charge.

Public Lecture by Ivet Ćurlin / Curatorial Course “What Could/Should Curating Do?” / MoCAB, 8.11.2018 at 6 p.m.

Talk programs | 08.11.2018

Public Lecture by Ivet Ćurlin My Sweet Little Lamb (everything we see can also be otherwise) 

Curatorial Course “What Could/Should Curating Do?”

Museum of Contemporary Art (Ušće 10)
Auditorium “Miodrag B. Protić”
Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 6 p.m.

In collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, the lecture within the series of public programs organized by WCSCD will be presented by Ivet Ćurlin — member of the curatorial collective, What, How & for Whom/WHW. The series is designed to offer new and different perspectives on the theories and the practices of exhibition-making.

Ivet Ćurlin’s lecture entitled My Sweet Little Lamb (everything we see can also be otherwise) will present the work of curatorial collective WHW through several curatorial projects, which are concerned with the continuous reconfiguration of the relationships between artistic and cultural production, authorship, collecting, history, display and politics, as well as the need to create a new long-term educational program for young artists, called “WHW Akademija”. The focus will be the project My Sweet Little Lamb (everything we see can also be otherwise), which WHW co-curated in collaboration with Kathrin Rhomberg. After six exhibition episodes, that were held from November 2016 to May 2017 in independent art spaces, artists’ studios and private apartments in Zagreb, the project’s epilogue was staged at The Showroom, London, in collaboration with Emily Pethick. Based on the Kontakt art collection of Erste Group and ERSTE Foundation, which includes seminal works by artists from Central, Eastern and South-East Europe dating from the 1960s to the present, the project juxtaposed the collection’s canonical works with a number of historical and contemporary works in order to address and reframe some of the recurring themes that stem from the collection, such as radical utopianism, the figure of the dissident artist, questions of gendered bodies, political subjectivities and engagement, and the status of public spaces. Titled after a work by Croatian artist Mladen Stilinović (1947-2016), the project is inspired by his life-long anti-systematic artistic approach that searched for more autonomous ways of artistic production. His artistic practice that humorously engaged with complex themes of ideology, work, money, pain and poverty, has inspired many of WHW’s projects.

Ivet Ćurlin is a member of the curatorial collective, What, How & for Whom/WHW, formed in 1999, and based in Zagreb and Berlin. Besides Ivet, WHW’s members are curators Ana Dević, Nataša Ilić and Sabina Sabolović, and designer and publicist Dejan Kršić. WHW organizes a range of production, exhibitions and publishing projects and runs the gallery, Galerija Nova in Zagreb. Since their first exhibition titled What, How & for Whom, on the occasion of 152nd anniversary of the Communist Manifesto, that took place in Zagreb in 2000, WHW curated numerous international projects, among them are Collective Creativity, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, 2005; 11th Istanbul Biennial What Keeps Mankind Alive?, Istanbul, 2009; One Needs to Live Self-Confidently…Watching, Croatian pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennial, 2011.

Recent projects by WHW include the exhibitions Really Useful Knowledge, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, 2014, My Sweet Little Lamb, (everything we see can also be otherwise), (co-curated with Kathrin Rhomberg), various locations in Zagreb, 2016/2017; Shadow Citizens, the retrospective of Želimir Žilnik at Edith-Russ-Hausfür Medienkunst, Oldenburg, 2018, and On the Shoulders of Fallen Giants, The 2nd Industrial Art Biennial, which took place this summer in Labin, Raša, Rijeka, Pula, Vodnjan. In the fall of 2018, WHW has started a non-formal international educational program for young artists in Zagreb, called “WHW Akademija”.

 The WCSCD curatorial course and series of public lectures are initiated and organized by Biljana Ciric together with Supervizuelna.

Project patron: Wiener Städtische; project partners: The Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade; GRAD—European Center for Culture and Debate; EVA International – Ireland’s Biennial, ’Novi Sad 2021 – European Capital of Culture’ Foundation and Zepter Museum.

The project is supported by: the Goethe Institute in Belgrade; Istituto Italiano di Cultura Belgrado; the Embassy of Sweden; the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands; the Embassy of Ireland in Greece; the Embassy of Indonesia; the EU Info Centre; Mondriaan Fund, the public cultural funding organization focusing on visual arts and cultural heritage; Pro Helvetia - Swiss Art Council; and galleries Eugster || Belgrade, HESTIA Art Residency & Exhibitions Bureau, Center for the Promotion of Science and Zepter Hotel, Royal Inn Hotel and CAR:GO. Media partners: EUNIC Serbia, RTS3.

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