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Saatchi Gallery’s 100 Curators Collection: Alfredo Cramerotti

Posted in nEws and rEleases by Curatorview on August 16, 2012

100 Curators Collection – Guest Curator:

Alfredo Cramerotti

Director, MOSTYN

Artists featured:

Elisa Magnini  Milan, Italy / London, United Kingdom
Marine Nyiri and Audrey Anastasy  Paris, France / London, United Kingdom
Stuart Robinson  Penzance, United Kingdom
Tom Pope  London, United Kingdom
Iavor Lubomirov  London, United Kingdom
Inger Kolff  Amsterdam, Netherlands
Patrick Mifsud  London, United Kingdom
Candice Jacobs  Nottingham, United Kingdom  Seoul, South Korea
Seyoung Yoon  Seoul, South Korea
Edgar Martins  London, United Kingdom


100 Curators 100 Days’ is a major initiative that recognizes talented emerging artists from around the world. It was developed by Rebecca Wilson, Director of the Saatchi Gallery, London and is the inaugural exhibit under the helm of Saatchi Online’s new CEO, Margo Spiritus. Each day for 100 days, work selected by curators from the world’s most prestigious museums and galleries will be revealed.

Alfredo Cramerotti is a writer, curator, editor and artist working across a variety of media such as TV, radio, publishing, internet, media festivals, photography, writing and exhibition curating. He directs MOSTYN, Wales’ leading contemporary art centre, co-directs AGM Culture, roaming curatorial agency and CPS Chamber of Public Secrets, media & art production unit (co-curator of Manifesta 8, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Region of Murcia, Spain, 2010).

He is Research Scholar at the European Centre for Photography Research, University of Wales, Newport, Visiting Lecturer in various European Universities, among others NTU Nottingham Trent University, University of Westminster, HEAD Geneva and DAI Dutch Arts Institute, and Editor of the Critical Photography book series by Intellect Books. His own publications include the book Aesthetic Journalism: How to inform without informing (2009) and Unmapping the City: Perspectives of Flatness (2010).

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