Korakrit Arunanondchai, Ismael Joffroy Chandoutis, Teboho Edkins, Nezaket Ekici, Harun Farocki, Gary Hill, Renzo Matens, Jeremy Shaw, Hito Steyerl, Mariana Vassileva
Nathalie Boseul Shin, Johann Nowak
Seyeon Kim, Jihyun Yoon
Jiwon Geum, Hyunjin Yu
Von Kelterborn Collection
Arts Council Korea, 2018 Selected Exhibitions for Visual Art
Miji Art (Keunsu Park)
Flaneur (Heiin Son)
1) Round Table| The Vision and Future of the Collection of Video Art
Date. April 2 (Tue), 4 p.m.
Venue. Total museum, Academy Room
Presenter. Mario von Kelterborn Debater. Nathalie Boseul Shin, Johann Nowak
2) Special Lecture
Date. April 3 (Wed), 4:00 p.m.
Venue. Ewha Womans University, Art & Design, A, 3F, Room#316
Presenter. Johann Nowak, Mario von Kelterborn
Mario von Kelterborn was born in 1969 in East Berlin. After the fall of the Wall, he studied business administration in Augsburg. He subsequently worked as treasurer at Lehman Brothers, then in the capital market business for Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank. Later with two colleagues, he set up a consulting firm for capital market products. In the meantime, he has left the company. Today he primarily devotes his time to the art world, first with the start up Archie’s Nose, a new art social media app, private assistant and connector to the art world. And second to the Von Kelterborn Collection for which, together with his wife Julia, he acquired the first works in 1997. He and his wife have developed their collection, which now comprises an impressive array of works by contemporary international artists who often deal with political topics and work in photography and video, such as Richard Mosse, Hito Steyerl, Harun Farocki, Gary Hill.
Johann Nowak founded DNA in 2001 in Berlin, Germany. DNA is dedicated to promoting contemporary art. It focuses primarily on international artists. The program accommodates a wide range of artistic media (painting, sculpture, video, installation and drawing), presented via innovative, interactive, interdisciplinary and multimedia projects. DNA has an international character, collaborating regularly with numerous institutions outside Germany. Johann Nowak has been working as an independent curator, realizing numerous international projects, such as The Festival of Vision, Berlin-Hongkong in collaboration with Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin.
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