Talk Series: Anda Rottenberg

Third Talk Series guest of 2022 is Anda Rottenberg, Warsaw-based exhibitions curator, art historian and critic. Over a long and varied career, Rottenberg has developed a comprehensive insight into Polish and international contemporary art. It is a great honour for the Icelandic art scene to have her come to the country and give a talk here.

The talk will take place in Hafnarhús at the Reykjavík Museum on September 15 2022.

Guest are asked to register here.

Anda Rottenberg is educated at the University of Warsaw, MA 1970. Employed in the Polish Academy of Sciences 1973-1986. Founder of the EGIT Art Foundation, 1986; Warsaw Soros Center of Contemporary Art, 1992; Institute of Art Promotion Foundation, 1997. Director of the ‘Zachęta’ National Art Gallery in Warsaw 1993-2001; Visiting consultant of the Museum of Modern Art, New York 2001-2002; President of the Program Advisory board and the Program Director of the Warsaw Museum of Modern Art 2005-2007. As of 1980 curator and co-curator of many international exhibitions. Curator (1993-1995) and commissioner of the Polish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 1993 – 2001 and the Sao Paolo Biennale 1997 – 2007 (among others). Author of the numerous texts on art. Academic teacher of curatorial studies. Co-founder and a board member of Manifesta 1; Fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin 2015/2016; Member of the selection committee of Documenta 12. Currently appointed the Culture Editor of “Vogue Polska” magazine (as of 2017). Author of the personal weekly radio broadcast Andymateria as of 2012. Acting also as a freelance art writer and curator.

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