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What the Heck Should I. Catherine Gueguen. Violeta Janeiro Vigo, is among the most prestigious independent curators in the Spanish art landscape. Her work focuses on practices of a collaborative nature.
She reflects on the potential of community through projects that explore alternatives in production, reception and channelling of art. Her curatorial work focuses on the links between contemporary art and cinema, the intercultural dialogue, and artistic initiatives that reconfigure significantly their area of influence. Another new initiative will be the Young Acquisition Award, which the fair will grant for the first time to the most representative work by a young artist. The award seeks to recognise the merits of young artists exhibiting at the fair.
Previously she worked in Berlin and Prague with special interest on Eastern European Art, and managed international cultural projects such as the Prague Quadriennial. She has worked as a freelance curator and art historian, focusing on site-specific projects within socio-cultural events and festivals.