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ONCURATING.org is an independent international web journal focusing on questions around curatorial practise and theory.

Publisher Dorothee Richter

Co-Publisher Michael Birchall, Ronald Kolb

Concept Dorothee Richter in cooperation with Maren Brauner, Johanna Franco Bernet, Barnaby Drabble, Irene Grillo, Petra Haider, Damian Jurt, Christoph Kern, Wolf Schmelter, 
Thomas Zacharias


Design Ronald Kolb & Volker Schartner, Biotop 3000

Programming Sascha Milivojevic


 

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