FASANENSTRASSE 68
10719 BERLIN
Galerie Kornfeld
Curators
Quang
Bao
Quang Bao studied literature and arts management at Boston and Columbia Universities. He has edited and written essays, fiction, nonfiction and reviews for The New York Times, The Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune, National Public Radio and others. His professional experience spans twenty years of work with arts organizations, individual artists and nonprofits, for the last six years as director of The Rema Hort Mann Foundation established through family and friends of New York City-based contemporary art collectors Susan and Michael Hort. (portrait (c) William Bradley)

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Petra
Dregger
Petra Dregger owns a M.A. In communication, psychology and sociology. As a communication adviser for national and international companies she has been in charge of cooperation swith many artists and cultural institutions. Since 2008 she has been a free-lance art advisor, since 2012 she has has been part of the committee of Momentum – The global platform for Time-Based Art: Video, New Media, Performance and Sound – and since 2016 she has been curator for the Penz Collection.

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Omar
López-Chahoud
Omar López-Chahoud has been the Artistic Director and Curator of UNTITLED since its founding in 2012 and will lead the curatorial team of the 2018 edition of UNTITLED. As an independent curator, López-Chahoud has curated and co-curated numerous exhibitions in the United States and internationally. Most recently, he curated the Nicaraguan Biennial in March 2014. López-Chahoud has participated in curatorial panel discussions at Artists' Space, Art in General, MoMA PS1, and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City. López-Chahoud earned MFAs from Yale University School of Art, and the Royal Academy of Art in London.

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Katharina
Pilz
Katharina Pilz studied art history and history in Berlin. Her professional experience spans over ten years works in the institutional context including KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; museum franz gertsch, Burgdorf (CH); Kunsthalle Zürich as well as the Engadin Art Talks / E.A.T. Foundation and Inktree Editions in Zurich.

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Adrianne
Rubenstein
Adrianne Rubenstein is an artist and curator based in New York. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and design in 2006 and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2011. Solo exhibitions and curatorial projects followed. Rubenstein’s exhibitions have been covered by Artforum, W Magazine, The New York Times and New York Observer. Furthermore she is one of the directors of CANADA gallery in New York.

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Katharina
Schulenberg-Leduc
Katharina Schulenberg-Leduc studied German Literature and Art History in Aachen, Florence and at the Humboldt-University in Berlin. Her Los Angeles based company AMA advisers focuses on promoting international artists, planning art exhibitions and events and producing documentaries. She is living with her husband and two children in Pacific Palisades, USA.

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Konjit
Seyoum
Konjit Seyoum is an Ethiopian artist and curator. She holds an MFA from Transart Institute, Plymouth University, UK. She founded and run Asni gallery in Addis Ababa from 1996 until 2017 as an alternative space where experimental approaches were highly encouraged. Konjit has curated numerous exhibitions over the past two decades and collaborated with various local and international institutions. Her artistic practice involves the spinning of cotton as a concept and food as a social means to address differences. Konjit is currently a PhD candidate at the University of South Africa (UNISA).

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Jan
Tichy
Jan Tichy works at the intersection of video, sculpture, architecture, and photography and his conceptual work is socially and politically engaged. Born in Prague in 1974, Tichy studied art in Israel before earning his MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he is now Associate Professor at the Department of Photography and the Department of Art & Technology Studies. Tichy has had solo exhibitions at the MCA Chicago; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; CCA Tel Aviv; Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago; Santa Barbara Museum of Art and Chicago Cultural Center among others. His works are included in public collections of MoMA in New York and Israel Museum in Jerusalem among others. In 2011, he created Project Cabrini Green, a community-based art project that illuminated with spoken word the last high rise building of the Cabrini Green housing projects in Chicago during its month-long demolition. In 2014 Tichy started to work on a long-term, NEA supported, community project in Gary, IN – the Heat Light Water cultural platform. Beyond Streaming: a sound mural for Flint at the Broad Museum in Michigan in 2017 brought teens from Flint and Lansing to share their experience of the ongoing water crisis. In 2018 Tichy has been one of the inaugural artists for Art on theMART and his work Artes in Horto: Seven Gardens for Chicago include among others the projection of Moholy-Nagy flower photograms.

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Domenico
de Chirico
Domenico de Chirico is an independent curator from Italy. Born in Bari in 1983, he lives and works in Milan. From 2011 until 2015 he taught courses in Visual Culture and Trend Research at Milan’s European Institute of Design (IED). He collaborates with numerous international galleries, artists and magazines worldwide. Since 2016 he has been appointed artistic director of DAMA Fair, Turin. He is also visiting tutor at Goldsmiths, University of London (2018).

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