THE ART SCENE IN DIFFERENT PLACES OUT OF THE CENTER- ONLINE COURSE by NICOLA TREZZI

THE ART SCENE IN DIFFERENT PLACES OUT OF THE CENTER- ONLINE COURSE by NICOLA TREZZI

Lecturer: Nicola Trezzi- US editor of Flash Art International and curator of Prague Biennale

Dates: 18th February -11th March 2013

The course offers 4 video conferences Monday 7 pm CET

Application deadline: 14th February 2013

Course fee: 90 €

During his four meetings Nicola Trezzi will present the art scene in four different countries: Indonesia, Sweden, Romania and Israel. These presentations will summarize several trips made by Trezzi in the aforementioned countries with focus on Yogyakarta in Indonesia, Stockholm in Sweden, Cluj-Napoca in Romania and Tel Aviv in Israel. Furthermore these presentations will try to embrace the entire artistic community, which means considering not only the work of the artists but also curators, gallery owners and collectors. Through this "enlarged" scope Trezzi will try to give a deeper idea of the situation in a reality that is not only globalized but also ever more interconnected and de-centralized. At the same time each session will always underline the connections with this so-called "peripheral" countries and the mainstream. The mainstream will be mostly New York, where Trezzi is currently based.

week 1 Sweden

week 2 Indonesia

week 3 Romania

week 4 Israel

For more information and application: www.cartc.hu or kigyosfruzsi@cartc.hu

Look inside the course: www.cartc.hu/lectures

Nicola Trezzi

Nicola Trezzi (Magenta, 1982) is an editor based in New York. He received a Diploma Accademico in 2006 from Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan, department of Stage Design. Since 2006, Nicola has worked as an editor at Giancarlo Politi Editore in Milan and editor/curator at Nadace Prague Biennale Foundation, Prague, where he also serves as NY Desk for Flash Art Italia, associate editor for Flash Art CZ&SK and consulting editor for Flash Art HU. In May 2008, he was appointed Flash Art International U.S. Editor, and as part of his editorial role he worked on special covers featuring Fia Backström, Claire Fontaine, Sterling Ruby, Gerwald Rockenschaub and Art & Language.

Beside his editorial activities he has written articles for magazines and newspaper such as Il Sole 24 Ore (Milan), Monopol (Berlin) and Il fatto quotidiano (Milan) as well as monographic essays on Ylva Ogland (Orosdi-Back, Stockholm) and Michael Kienzer (Kunsthaus Graz) and Joshue Neustein (Israel Museum, Jerusalem) he has lectured at Yale University (New Haven), MODEM (Debrecen), NABA (Milan), iCI (New York), Columbia University (New York) and Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design (Tel Aviv). He also co-organized the following exhibitions: "Circa 1986" at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, "Four Rooms" at the Centrum Sztuki Wspó;czesnej Zamek Ujazdowski in Warsaw and "Modern Talking" at Muzeul de Arta Cluj- Napoca.

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