OUR CURATORIAL TEAM WORKS TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF K13’S INTERNATIONAL NETWORK, IT'S EXHIBITION PROGRAM AND IT'S LOGISTICAL SUPPORT.
 

 

 

attilia fattori franchini

 

 

Attilia Fattori Franchini is an independent curator and writer based in London. She works as associate Director of Seventeen, London; regularly contributes critical essays and reviews for publications such as Kaleidoscope and Flash Art International and she is co-founder of the online platforms bubblebyte.org and Opening Times.  

Between 2013 and 2014 she has initiated and curated The Basement a program in London dedicated to young, unrepresented artists.

Attilia is currently working on a series of online commissions to be launched in March 2017 as part of the exhibition ARS17 at Kiasma, Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki and a group show titled Europa and the Bull at LambdaLambdaLambda, Pristina, Kosovo, opening in Summer 2016.

Recent projects include: Oa4s, Temra and David in four parts, Sourbus, Helsinki, May 2016; Yves Scherer, Snow White and The Huntsman, Mexico City, 2016; Basic Instinct, Seventeen, London, 2015; Guest Curator, Kuvat Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, 2015; Open Source Festival, 2015, London; Bold Tendencies 2015, London. 

Past selected projects include: Morphing Overnight, Seventeen Gallery, 2015; Under a Thawing Lake by Dark Arts International, Mexico City, 2015; Last Night,Material Art Fair for Parallel Oaxaca, Mexico City, 2015; Alternative Equinox, Performance Programme, French Riviera, London, 2015; The Basement, Paradise Row, London, (2013-2014); HAND, Barbican Galleries July, 2013; Chimera Q.T.E., Cell Project Space, 2012. In 2011 she contributed as presenter to Lucky PDF TV, Frieze Projects, London.


For more information: www.attiliaff.com

 

 

 


christian viveros faune

 

CHRISTIAN VIVEROS-FAUNÉ IS A NEW YORK-BASED ART CRITIC AND CURATOR, AS WELL AS A FORMER ART DEALER AND ART FAIR DIRECTOR. HIS WRITING HAS PUBLISHED IN ART IN AMERICA, ARTNEWS, ARTREVIEW, THE ART NEWSPAPER, FRIEZE AND THE NEW YORK PRESS (FOR WHICH HE WAS THE WEEKLY ART CRITIC BETWEEN 1998 AND 2003). HE BEGAN WRITING FOR THE VILLAGE VOICE IN 2007.

VIVEROS-FAUNÉ WAS AWARDED A 2010 CREATIVE CAPITAL/ANDY WARHOL WARHOL FOUNDATION ARTS WRITERS GRANT AND NAMED INAUGURAL CRITIC-IN-RESIDENCE AT THE BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS FOR 2010/2011. A LECTURER FOR THE YALE SCHOOL OF ART, IN 2011 HE CO-CURATED THE DUBLIN CONTEMPORARY WITH ARTIST JOTA CASTRO WHICH INCLUDED MONICA BONVICINI, WILLIAM POWHIDA, MOUNIR FATMI, GUY RICHARDS SMIT, AND CIARA SCANLAN AMONG OTHERS.


carolina castro jorquera

 

Carolina Castro Jorquera is an independent curator and researcher. Currently she is a PhD candidate in the department of Art Theory at the Universidad Autónoma Madrid. Her interests are framed by the relationship that art is able to establish with other disciplines such as science and philosophy, as well as with the different dimensions of human consciousness. She has completed a MA in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture in the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Spain (2010) and participated in the 4th International Curatorial Course of the Gwangju Biennale (GBICC), South Korea (2012). She writes regularly in her blog.caroinc.net, and collaborates with the digital contemporary art magazines INPUT and Artishock. She has contributed with CPPC (Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros) website. Her recent curatorial projects include Me llamo Erik Satie, como todo el mundo, Casaplan, Valparaiso; El Biombo y el Eco, Salón, Madrid; Instruction in a Circle, Sobering Gallerie, Paris; La Buena Estrella, OTR, Madrid.

She was the curator of the Pop_UP spaces for the last edition of Ch.ACO Art Fair Santiago de Chile. She is member of the curatorial team for the Art Residence Calorcalor, Baja California Sur, Mexico and Director of Communications in Curatorial Program for Research (CPR).