ifa blog

Interviews, essays, reports – in the ifa blog, the diverse topics of the ifa are vividly presented in various formats.

National Museum of Montenegro

Networks Old and New

Mirjana Dabović Pejović, head of the Art Museum of Montenegro, works to preserve the cultural history of Yugoslavia while championing a tolerant and inclusive contemporary society.

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Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow

Digital Encounters

Might digital museum formats allow for more cross-institution exchange? With a wealth of new online content, Diana Gurova, exhibition curator of Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow, sees ...

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[Translate to english:] Staatsgalerie Stuttgart

Learning to See in a Visual World

For Christiane Lange, Director of the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, museums are places that offer the opportunity to find individual answers, especially in times of crisis. She explains that ...

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 Akademie der Künste, Front View

Places of Reflexion

The experiences of the past few months have shown Jeanine Meerapfel, President of the Akademie der Künste, that personal encounters are indispensable for interpersonal exchange.

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Logo of exhibition "EVROVIZION"; © ifa

Not Knowing Introduces Itself

The new co-creative exhibition project of ifa 'EVROVIZION.CROSSING STORIES AND SPACES' wants to explore the current socio-political situation in Europe while touring for several years. ...

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"Boryana Petkova and Michail Michailov. Craving Nothing" exhibition at the Structura Gallery Sofia, 2020

An Island of Free Speech

For Maria Vassileva, director of Structura Gallery in Sofia, lockdown was a time to challenge political exploitation of the crisis and to engage more profoundly with artists, visitors, ...

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Photography of a Chinese Temple with High Rise Building in the Background

Between Traditional Values and New Technologies

China. A country of rapid developments and innovations but also thousands of years of history and traditions. How does the country manage the balancing act between these contrasts? What ...

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LGBT flag is waved in a crowd at a Pride Festival

'There is a Silent Trust that Unites the LGBT Community Online' – Gender & Diversity Part III

Online censorship and persecution of LGBT people is commonplace in Egypt. Local organisations and activists like Omar (name changed by the editors) are trying to help those affected by ...

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Asma Abidi during a CCP workshop

'LGBTQ Are Our Doctors, Friends or Neighbours' – Gender & Diversity Part II

After the Tunisian Revolution in 2010, censorship and threats against critical voices declined and the LGBTIQ movement became more visible. Even so, a lot of prejudices still exist in ...

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