Kathrin Rhomberg lives and works as an independent curator in Vienna, Austria. She is a co-curator of the ongoing project Former West and a corresponding member of Secession, Vienna. Her curatorial projects in 2011 included an exhibition on Christoph Schlingensief, Fear of the Core of Things, at the BAK, basis voor aktuele Kunst, Utrecht, Netherlands, and a show on Bauhaus in India 1922, Bauhaus Dessau. Previous projects (selection): 6th Berlin Biennale, Berlin, 2010; Czech and Slovak Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale: Roman Ondák, Loop, Venice 2009; Ion Grigorescu, In the Body of the Victim 19692008, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2009; Sanja Ivekovi?, (with Nataa Ili?), Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, 2007; Project Migration, Cologne 2002-2006 (with Marion von Osten); Manifesta 3 (with Francesco Bonami, Ole Bauman, Maria Hlavajova), Lubljana, 2000.
Christoph Schlingensief, Foreigners out – Please love Austria, 2000. Photo: Didi Sattmann. Vienna-based independent curator Kathrin Rhomberg presents a lecture, “The Virtue of Unprofessionalism,” for the third Curator’s Perspective of 2012, co-presented with the Austrian Cultural Forum New York. Rhomberg’s lecture takes stock of the constantly increasing number of exhibitions realized at the highest imaginable […]read more »