Ana Janevski

Ana Janevski


MoMA International Curatorial Institute 2014


Museum of Modern Art


Curator, Department of Performance and Media Art

Ana Janevski joined The Museum of Modern Art in 2011. She has co- organized the performance series Words in the World (including performances by Paulina Olowska, Nora Schultz, Ei Arakawa, and Guy de Cointet); the performance symposium How Are We Performing Today; Martha Rosler’s Meta-Monumental Garage Sale; and the performance series Performing Histories: Living Artworks Examining the Past, together with Sabine Breitwieser, former chief curator of the Department of Media and Performance Art. She has also co-organized Projects 100: Akram Zaatariwith Eva Respini, Curator, Department of Photography. She most recently organized a performance project Musée de la danse: Three Colletive Gestures. From 2007 to 2011 she held the position of curator at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland, where she curated, among many other exhibitions, the large-scale exhibition As Soon As I Open My Eyes I See a Film on the topic of Yugoslav experimental film and art from the 1960s and 1970s. She also edited a book with the same title. In 2010 she co-curated the first extensive exhibition on experimental film in Yugoslavia, This Is All Film: Experimental Film in Former Yugoslavia 1951–1991at the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubljana. Janevski also co-curated, with Pierre Bal-Blanc, the performance exhibition The Living Currency in 2010, in Warsaw.

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