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Katalin Ladik, March for a partisan woman, 1979. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest.

Katalin Ladik, March for a partisan woman, 1979. Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest.

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Walkthrough: Lina Dzuverovic

Evening Tours

17 Feb 2016

Lina Džuverović, curator of the exhibition and Lecturer at Reading University discusses her research behind the exhibition.
 
Lina Džuverović is a Lecturer at the University of Reading.  Prior to this, she was Artistic Director at Calvert 22 Foundation in London (2011-2014) and Executive Director of Electra, a London-based commissioning organisation, which she co-founded in 2003. She is a PhD candidate on a Collaborative Doctoral Award between the Critical Writing in Art and Design Department at the Royal College of Art and Tate, researching Pop Art in the former Yugoslavia in 1960s and 1970s. 
 
Selected curatorial projects include Sanja Iveković - Unknown Heroine (South London Gallery and Calvert 22, December 2012 - February 2013); IRWIN – Time For A New State & NSK Folk Art (Calvert 22, April - July 2012) and NSK Symposium (co-organiser) (April 2012, Tate Modern); 27 Senses (Chisenhale Gallery, London, 2010; Kunstmuseet KUBE, Alesund, Norway, 2009), Favoured Nations, Momentum, 5th Nordic Biennial of Contemporary Art co-curated with Stina Hogkvist and Sound And The Twentieth Century Avant Garde lecture series (Tate Modern, 2004).
 
 
No need to book. Meet at Reception.
 
6pm - 6.45pm
 
Free
 

 

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