Katia Angelova


Born in Bulgaria, Katia Anguelova graduated in History and Theory of Culture at the University of Sofia and afterwards moved to Paris, where she attended DEA and the first part of a PhD at EHESS. In 2003-2004, she attended the Curatorial Training Programme at Le Magasin, Grenoble, France. She collaborated with the Curatorial Department of the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Rivoli, in Turin. She co-founded “Synapser”, a curatorial network. She has been working as associate curator at Isola Art Center, Milan and as assistant-curator for Manifesta7 in Trent, Italy. She has been curator for AtWork, a collection of notebooks of lettera27 Foundation (Moleskine Foundation today). She is artistic director of Ka art, a project between ArtePollino&Matera2019. She is working for ArtLine, Milan, public art commission of the City Council, Milan, an open air collection into the public park. She is co-founder and director of Kunstverein (Milano), an international network of Kunstvereins in franchise in Amsterdam, Milano, New York & Toronto. Through the means of exhibitions and critical texts, she focuses on the relation between art and architecture, urban transformation, informal economies and migration. She also gives attention to experimental formats of the exhibition. Katia Anguelova has curated and co-curated various international projects and has worked among others with Alterazioni Video, Meris Angioletti, Zbynek Baldaran, Anna Banana, Babi Badalov, Yael Bartana, Jerome Bel, Ursula Biemann, Rossella Biscotti, Giorgio Andreotta Calò, Jota Castro, Leone Contini, Heman Chong, Plamen Dejanoff, Juan Downey, Seamus Farrell, Carla Filipe, Alberto Garutti, Jos de Gruyter & Harald Thys, Petrit Halilaj, Mohssin Harraki, Thomas Hirschhorn, Emre Huner, Pravdoliub Ivanov, Jacopo Miliani, Richard Kostelanetz, Daniela Kostova, Jiri Kovanda, Daniel Knorr, Claudia Losi, Marcos Luytens, Juan Pablo Macías, Sanna Marander, Diego Marcon, Daniele Maffeis, Margherita Moscardini, Ivan Moudov , Renzo Martens, Carlos Motta, Maurizio Nannucci, Elena Nemkova, Lucy & Jorge Orta, Maria Papadimitriou, Adrian Paci, Michalis Pichler, Enzo Umbaca, Davide Savorani, Hans Schabus, Erzen Shkololli, Valio Tchenkov, Olivier Vadrot, Driant Zeneli.


Seamus Farrell

Bulgarian Histories 1, 2010.



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Hans Schabus

The Sun Highlights the Lack in Each, 2018.



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  • Description: new commission realized for Metaphorai, the 24-th week of contemporary art, plovdiv
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