Joanna Warsza
Warschau / Berlin

Joanna Warsza



In 2018, she will curate “Public Art Munich”, a major international art project to be staged in Munich’s public spaces. The project addresses freedom of expression, transparency, privacy and surveillance, and will be staged as outdoor conferences with community orchestras, temporary installations and architectural pop-ups. Warsza’s key areas of interest are architecture and the public arena. Born in Warsaw, the curator developed the public program of Manifesta 10 in St. Petersburg, and the concept for “Kamikaze Loggia” – the Georgian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale, where she used informal architecture as a reference to the lawless time following the Soviet Union’s disintegration.


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