Launched in mid-July, the “100 Curators 100 Days” project has already revealed 35 of its 100 curators, leaving 65 to come. Each day for 100 days, Saatchi Online showcases 10 artists chosen from the online art gallery by one curator from somewhere in the world. At the end of the 100 days 1,000 artists will have been selected and will be on display. The project is the first of its kind under the helm of Saatchi Online’s new CEO, Margo Spiritus.
This week’s guest curators have included Trevor Schoonmaker, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham NC, USA; Marina Fokidis, Kunsthalle Athena, Athens, Greece. Today's is Amanda Hunt, LAXART, Los Angeles, USA and tomorrow's will be Alessandro Vincentelli, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK. View the entire list of curators here.
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The 100 curators selected for the Saatchi Online project by Rebecca Wilson, Director of the Saatchi Gallery, London and Board Member of Saatchi Online, represent the world’s most prestigious museums and galleries. They include: Peter MacGill, Pace/MacGill Gallery, NYC; Britt Salvesen, Head of the Wallis Annenberg Photography Department, LACMA, LA; Carson Chan and Nadim Samman, co-curators of the Marrakech Biennale, 2012; Cecilia Alemani, Donald R Mullen, Jr. Curator and Director of High Line Art, NY; Eric C Shiner, director and Milton Fine curator of art at The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh; Tobia Bezzola, Kunsthaus Zurich; Khaled Ramadan, Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, Helsinki; Daria de Beauvais, Palais de Tokyo, Paris Hendrik Folkerts, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; John Zarobell, MoMA, San Francisco, among others.
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