Snejana Krasteva is a curator at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow. Born in Bulgaria, she graduated from Nanjing University in China and from 2004-07 run the gallery Beijing Tokyo Art Projects before joining the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (2007-2009). After graduating from Goldsmiths College, London in 2011 she has worked as a curator for Art on the Underground in London where she realised a series of projects and commissions in the public realm. At Garage, she has co-organised the first conference on this topic in RussiaPerformance Art: Ethics in Action (2013); curated the exhibition The Other Side (2014), exploring the alternative scene in Moscow; co-curated the first major exhibition of Eastern European art in Russia Grammar of Freedom / 5 Lessons: Works from the Arteast 2000+ Collection(2015) as well as artist’s Katharina Grosse first solo exhibition in Moscow yes no why later(2015). She is currently one the curators leading on the Garage Field Research program – a cross-disciplinary research body whose aim is to produce new material on a wide range of overlooked or underrepresented social and cultural phenomena in Russia.
Sarah Suzuki (MoMA ICI 2015) has been named Associate Director of The Museum of Modern Art! Suzuki has been at MoMA since 1998. She has held many roles at MoMA, including research assistant, curator, and deputy director of curatorial affairs. Suzuki also oversaw MoMA's expansion project, completed in 2019. Some of ... Read More >