Call for curators for TINA art platform. Deadline: June 30, 2014

Call for curators. TINA, the new international network for contemporary art, is looking for collaborators

TINA is an international art platform. We are currently looking for worldwide curators to be included in our team.

Associazione Radar
via Bortolazzi, 57
San Donà di Piave, Venezia

We are looking for worldwide art curators to be includeed in our team. 

Applications should be sent within
 June 30th, 2014.

 an international platform who allows artists to get in contact with a net of galleries and curators always interested in evaluating new projects. TINA now includes a net of galleries in Barcelona, Berlin and Rome. Artists from all over the world will have the opportunity to submit their research to our team and be awarded with the realization of their own exhibition.

open its call for artists on July 2014. In the meantime we are developing our curatorial board. Our curators will be part of a stimulating and purposeful network, which will be expanded year after year. Curators will work in the process of inviting and selecting artists for the exhibition of Barcelona, Berlin and Rome and will have the opportunity to grow up with us.


are we looking for? Curators seriously interested in having contacts with new artists and evaluate their works. Curators can be any age and live anywhere. They will be selected according to their CV of studies, pubblications and curatorial projects. It is indispensable to have a base of curatorial practise and some experiences of direct dialogue with artists.

to apply? By sending your CV and a brief letter of just few lines explaining your curatorial view at Applications should be sent within June 30th, 2014.


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