ARTinTRA is a fine art advisory and curatorial platform founded in 2014 by Vassiliki Tzanakou specialising in modern and contemporary art.
Operating as a network of emerging, mid-career and established artists as well as creative minds, ARTinTRA commissions, produces and manages innovative art projects in public, private and digital spaces.
Our advisory services include private art collecting and management, as well as art programmes for businesses and organisations.
COMPLEX STATES: ART IN THE YEARS OF BREXIT
CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS: Zish Alexander, David Bannister, Jan Bowman, Jason deCaires-Taylor, Michael Craig-Martin, Jeremy Deller, Led By Donkeys, Rita Duffy, Ben Jakober and Yannick VU, Stephane Graff, Lara Hoad, Michal Iwanowski, Henry Jones, Anish Kapoor, Keep It Complex, Richard Littler, Hynek Martinec, Stefana McClure, Gil Mualem Doron, Poshfruit, Quiet British Accent, Simon Roberts, Martin Rowson, Bob & Roberta Smith, John Springs, Joe Sweeney, Eliza Tamo, Koen VanMechelen, Wolfgang Tillmans.
CONTRIBUTING VENUES : Gallery 46 (London, UK); TAF (The Art Foundation, Athens, Greece); Bombay Beach Biennale (Salton Lake, California, US); Broumov Monastery (Broumov, Czech Republic); Labiomista (Genk, Belgium); Crawford Gallery (Cork, Ireland); HALLE 14, (Leipzig, Germany); Museo Sa Bassa Blanca (Mallorca, Spain); VEF Culture Palace (Riga, Latvia); Parafin Gallery, (London, UK); The Container Gallery (Tokyo, Japan); Zorrotzaurre Art Work in Progress (ZAWP, Bilbao, Spain), Irish Cultural Centre (Paris, France); NW Gallery (Copenhagen, Denmark)
ARTinTRA proudly presents ’Complex States’, an international exhibition that comes as a timely and urgent response to both the divisive events of ’Brexit’ and the ’Covid-19’ pandemic. With more than 30 international artists, 13 venues and a cutting edge augmented reality platform, the exhibition will launch on the 28th of October 2020 and last until the 31st of December 2020 when the Brexit process draws to a close. As an exhibition that traverses nations, as well as the physical and virtual, Complex States offers a platform for renewed trans-national dialogue, collaboration and cultural exchange. For more information click here.
ARTinTRA is proud to present “Last Parade”, a site-specific video installation by Russo-Finnish artist Alexander Reichstein curated by Vassiliki Tzanakou for Canary Wharf Winter Lights Festival, 15-26 January 2019, 5-10pm.
Inspired by Plato‘s ‘Allegory of the Cave’, Reichstein creates with a 25m video projection of a wildlife reserve where the shadows of endangered and threatened animals are marching on their last parade.
The work was originally commissioned by the Moscow Polytechnic Museum, and has been created in collaboration with Tatyana Moshkova (animation) and Georgi Baranov (sound).
COPENHAGEN LIGHT FESTIVAL
1-24 February 2019, Copenhagen (DK)
Oskar Koliander (DK/SE) | Jesper Kongshaug (DK) | Jakob Kvist (DK) | Hans Erik Madsen (DK)| Ragnar Mar Nikulasson (IS) | Vesa-Pekka Rannikko (FI) | Taneli Rautiainen (FI) |Hans Rosenstrom(FI) | Anne Katrine Senstad (NO) | Marita Isobel Solberg (NO) | Pink Twins (FI) | Timo Vaittinen(FI)| Jarno Vesala (FI)
directed & curated by Vassiliki Tzanakou
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as a global arts consultancy and curatorial team with interdisciplinary approach, ARTinTRA matches clients’ visions with some of the most innovative thinking today to create unique experiences and inspirational for the future generations projects
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