The North-Western branch of The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (The National Centre for Contemporary Art (NCCA) in St. Petersburg) is a museum, exhibition and research organization aimed at the development of contemporary local art in the context of the world art process, the formation and implementation of programs and projects in the field of contemporary art, architecture and design in Russia and abroad. NCCA in St. Petersburg was opened in 1995, becoming the first of eight regional branches. Since 2020, NCCA in St. Petersburg, as well as all other branches of the network, became part of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
Team of the 2-nd Curatorial Forum
Maria Katz
Head of the NCCA in St. Petersburg, co-creator of the concept and head of the Curatorial Forum
Natalia Khvoenkova
Program director of the Forum, Head of the Art Programs Department at NCCA in St. Petersburg
Yana Klichuk
Curator of the Symposium
Alina Belishkina
Curator of the Symposium
Joana Monbaron
Curator of the Symposium
Anna Zavediy
Curator of special programs of the Forum, Head of the Special Programs Department at NCCA in St. Petersburg
Elena Filippova
PR of the project
Elena Gorbunova
Deputy Project Manager for Economic Affairs
Natalia Shipakina
Project-manager of the Forum
Kristina Eremenko
Program coordinator
Elizaveta Reichet
Program coordinator
North-West Branch of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts and the National Center for Contemporary Arts in St. Petersburg

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