Executive Editor: Dorothee Richter
Editors at Large Dorothee Richter, Ronald Kolb
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ISSN 2673-2904 (Online)
ISSN 2673-2955 (Print)
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Nkule Mabaso, Curator at the Michaelis Galleries at the University of Cape Town
Steven Henry Madoff, Chair, MA Curatorial Practice, School of Visual Arts; curator; art critic; poet, New York
Astrid Mania, Professor of Art Criticism and Modern Art History, HFBK Hamburg,
Sarah Owens, Professor of Visual Communication at the Zurich University of the Arts, Zurich
Shwetal Patel, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Consultant – International Partnerships
Helena Reckitt, Reader in Curating, Goldsmith College, curator and feminist, London
Maayan Sheleff, independent art curator and artist based in Tel Aviv
Beat Wyss, emeritus professor for the history of art and ideas, Berlin, Venice
Contributors / Guest editors
OnCurating.org exists since 2008 as a publisher of the OnCurating Journal. The journal is read in about 120 countries.
The issues were taken up by different editors: CAS/ MAS in Curating, ZHdK; PhD in Practice in Curating, ZHdK and University of Reading; Folkwang Museum, Essen; Manifesta 11 Zurich; Curatorial study programme of School of Visual Arts in NY; IFCAR, Institute for Contemporary Art Research, ZHdK; Institute for Theory, ZHdK; Design Department, ZHdK; Kunstmuseum Basel; Kuenstlerhaus Stuttgart; Darmstaedter Tage fuer Neue Musik; Fridericianum in Kassel, united Feminist Curators, and other independent editors.
New collaboration partners are welcome. Please get in contact with us with a proposal and a list of contributors.
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