continental breakfast. the expanded map. 2005

second cei venice forum for contemporary art curators

edited by Giuliana Carbi – publisher Trieste Contemporanea 2005 – Pgg. 160 – English

Venice Forum

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Giuliana Carbi, Introduction 9
Domenico Ronconi, (Open) Conclusions 13
Aleksandra Estela Bjelica Mladenovic´, A Great Experience 19
Branko Franceschi, Residency Effect. Impressions of an accomplice 24
Giancarlo Graziani, The Art Advisory for the Art Market. The Italy Case 30
Anders Härm, Curating the East. Local tendencies and Western expectations 34
Ania Jagiello, How to convince to contemporary art? Activity of the Polish Institute of Rome 37
Beral Madra, Positions in East of EU in the expanded map. Micro and macro policies of contemporary art and culture 41
Dragana Palavestra, City of Belgrade – City Administration. Realisation of programmes and the mutual relations of participants in the financing of contemporary art (events, institutions, artists) 46
Alfredo Pirri, Traces of identity outside the “white cube” art spaces 53
Domenico Ronconi, Looking ahead 57
Gabriela Switek, Invisibility. The Cultures of Collecting Data 68
Vittorio Urbani, Reflecting on mistakes 75
Maria Vassileva, Visual Seminar 78
SECOND PART – Mapping the Gap Activities of publishing art 83
Konstantin Akinsha, Reporting on Tabula Rasa. Coverage of Russian art life in the mainstream American art press 85
Alena Boika, To Kill a Scarecrow! 91
Irina Cios, Who is the art critic? 96
Marco Enrico Giacomelli, Another Italian Anomaly? On Embedded Critics 99
Irina Grabovan, Autonomous zone. Strategies and tactics on the margins of (European) art 104
Ivan Mecl, The German Issue Or How We Once Again Didn’t Conquer the West 113
Darka Radosavljevic´ Vasiljevic´, Position of art publishing in Serbia today 128
Hedwig Saxenhuber, “Don’t be Such a Fetish-East!” 130
Nebojs?a Vilic´ , Informational Exchange!? 134
Janka Vukmir, Content Contents 137

The forum was conceived by the Trieste Contemporanea Committee and organised  in Venice, at  the UNESCO Office in Venice – Regional Bureau for Science in Europe (ROSTE), Palazzo Zorzi, on 7 – 8 June 2005; in collaboration with UNESCO Office in Venice – Regional Bureau for Science in Europe (ROSTE); with the patronage of CEI-Central European Initiative and Regione del Veneto; supported by CEI-Central European Initiative; Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia; BEBA Foundation Venice