How to edit an art book - Valentina Galossi -
How to edit an art book - Valentina Galossi
If you are a professional or an artist interested in publishing an art book, art catalogue or your own art work, this workshop will provide you with the key tools necessary for a successful publication.
The workshop will explore the following areas:
-Finding the publisher
In these 3 hours we will look at the marketing strategy, finding the best way to promote your work, drawing on my own experience as a book editor.
Please get in contact if you are interested - it will be a pleasure to meet you and help make your aims a reality.
Four applications needed to make it happen !
Valentina Galossi (Curator, author, art agent und art consultant from Rome, Italy).
Valentina Galossi is an independent curator born in Rome (1979) and based in Berlin and Rome. She has several years of experience in the fields of Film, Performance and Fine Arts. In Rome, she worked as a curator for the Ministry of Culture (2004 - 2010). In the last few years, she has collaborated with international galleries and institutions, focusing on the contemporary art market. She has worked for various galleries in Berlin, including Jochen Hempel and Sexauer. In 2015, Valentina curated BerlinRoma - Reverse Inequality, an international group exhibition at Ebensperger Berlin. She also organized Sundowner, a series of interventions/performances on the terrace of the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. Valentina Galossi currently works with contemporary artists. Her book "Life of artists in Berlin", is the first art guide of its kind and the first art book she has written.
Valentina earned a B.A. in Performing Arts and a M.A. in Digital Arts, additionally a fellowship in Contemporary Art at "Palazzo delle Esposizioni". In London, at Tate Modern, she participated in the production of a Site-Specific dance performance for the Turbine Hall, co-produced by the Barbican Centre. She was Resident Curator at Node Center for Curatorial Studies, where she co-curated Faraway, So Close!, in collaboration with Grimmuseum and künstlerhaus Bethanien.
This program is supported by funds of the
European Social Fund (ESF)
These subsidies are the basis for low participation fees and for the lecturers’ fees.
Therefore, prior to the event each participant must provide
some personal information, confirmed with a signature.
A multiple-choice test is an integral part for the ESF-evaluation purposes.
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responsible ESF administration in order to fulfil the evaluation and reporting obligations.