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Ekaterina
Degot

kunsthistoricus, schrijver en curator, Moskou en Keulen

Ekaterina Degot (born 1958) is an art historian, art writer, and curator whose work focuses on aesthetic and sociopolitical issues in Russia, predominantly in the post-Soviet era. She teaches at the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia and Moscow State University. Since 2008 she has been senior editor of OpenSpace.ru, a Russian independent online magazine of art news, art criticism, and cultural analysis. She recently co-edited Post-Post-Soviet?: Art, Politics and Society in Russia at the Turn of the Decade (with Marta Dziewanska, et al.), 2013, and with David Riff convenes the first Bergen Assembly, Bergen, 2013. Degot lives and works in Moscow. [Last updated 2013]

Congress

15-16 oktober 2015

New World Summit, Rojava

Exhibition

04 januari 2009–19 oktober 2008

Once is Nothing