Itinerant Projects is the platform for our curatorial and programmatic initiatives. We developed this nomadic and roving curatorial model because we believe in bringing together emerging, mid-career, and established artists with a diverse audience base in unusual or alternative spaces. Our nomadic nature permits us to create relationships between seemingly disparate constituencies, and thereby truly build a bridge between the public and the art community.

As we are firmly committed to the idea that all art is for everyone, our exhibitions are accompanied by educational programs, including tours, artist talks, and educational texts. Itinerant Projects also supports artists by paying artists fees whenever possible. Therefore our activities rely on the support of private and public funding, as well as earned income through ticket sales and membership fees.

Few Were Happy with their Condition: Video, Film, and Photography in Romania, Gallery 400, Chicago, January-March 2016

Siren, ABContemporary, Zurich, Nov. 4-Dec. 5, 2015

Laughter and Forgetting, Bucharest Art Week, Bucharest, RO, October 9-16, 2015

Few Were Happy with their Condition: Video, Film and Photography in Romania, Dresden, GE, September – October, 2015

Puzzle, Lia Perjovschi, ABContemporary, Zurich, June-July 2015

I Dreamt of you so much that…, KunstKraftWerk, Leipzig, March, 2015

Few Were Happy with their Condition: Video and Photography in Romania, Winterthur, Feb. 21-Apr.5, 2015

Blurred Lines, ABContemporary, Zurich, Dec. 4-Jan.8, 2015