Introduction To The Jury Members
For The IAAC 10 (2024)
Cristiana Collu

Cristiana Collu is an Italian museum director, independent curator, art historian and lecturer. She directed the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome from 2015 to 2023, the Galleria Borghese in 2020, the MART of Trento and Rovereto from 2012 to 2015, and the MAN of Nuoro from 1997 to 2012. She earned her degree in Art History from the University of Cagliari and a Ph.D in Museology and Contemporary Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, in 2021. She has taught Museology and Art History at La Sapienza University of Rome, the University of Sassari, the University of Cagliari, the University of Trento, and LUISS Business School. She participates as a member in important committees, juries, and scientific committees such as the International Jury of the Venice Biennale, 58th edition, the Farnesina Commission, the Bacchelli Commission, the Tuwaiq International Sculpture Symposium, the Riyadh Art | Expert Panel, the Rome Quadrennial, the TERNA Prize, and others.

She dedicates her exhibition programmes and research to fostering museum strategies and sustainability, gender equality, inclusion, diversity and cultural diplomacy.

DU Keke

DU Keke is the editor of Artforum's Chinese-language website (, and a writer and translator based in Tokyo. She has been working at Artforum since 2008, progressing from associate to chief editor of Her translations into the Chinese-language include Boris Groys' Art Power and Giorgio Agamben’s The Man Without Content

Gerardo Mosquera

Gerardo Mosquera is a freelance curator, critic, art historian, and writer based in Havana and Madrid and member of the advisory council of several international magazines and journals. He was co-founder of the Havana Biennial (1984-1989), Adjunct Curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (1995-2009), and Artistic Director of PhotoEspaña, Madrid (2011-2013), inter alia. He has curated many international ‘perennials’ – most recently : Guangzhou Image Triennial 2021; 21st Paiz Biennial 2018, Guatemala; 3rd Today's Documents 2016, Beijing; 4th Poly/Graphic San Juan Triennial 2015. Among his most recent exhibitions are: Hot Spot, Galleria Nazionale, d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Rome, 2022-2023; Useless. Machines for Thinking, Dreaming, and Seeing, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, 2019, and Adiós Utopia. Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950, The Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 2017, and The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2017. Author and editor of numerous texts and books on contemporary art and art theory. His most recent books are: Beyond the Fantastic. Crítica de arte contemporánea en América Latina, Universidad de Granada, 2022, and Arte desde América Latina (y otros pulsos globales) , Ediciones Cátedra, Madrid, 2021. He has lectured in five continents and has organized several international conferences. He received the Guggenheim Fellowship, New York, in 1990.

Małgorzata Kaźmierczak

Małgorzata Kaźmierczak has been an independent curator since 2004. She holds a Ph.D in History. Her projects across Poland and the USA focus on performance art. She is also a researcher and has written many essays and reviews. Her previous positions include: Editor and translator of http:⫽, 2011-2014; President of the Kesche Foundation for the Promotion of Performance Art in Kraków, Poland, 2006–2012; Managing Editor of the Art and Documentation journal, 2012–2014; Director of the City Art Gallery of Kalisz, Poland, 2014–2016; Editor-in-chief of the Publishing House and Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Painting and New Media of the Art Academy of Szczecin, Poland, 2016–2017; Vice-President of AICA Poland, 2020-2024; and Vice-President of AICA International, 2021-2023. She is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of the National Education Commission of Krakow and has been International President of the International Association of Art Critics (Paris) since 2024.


YOU Mi is a professor of Art and Economies at the University of Kassel / documenta Institut. Her academic interests are in the social value of art, new and historical materialism, and the history, political economics and philosophy of Eurasia. Under the rubric of Eurasia, she has curated exhibitions at the Asian Culture Center in Gwangju, Ulaanbaatar International Media Art Festival (2016), Zarya CCA Vladivostok (2018), CHAT Hong Kong (2023) and the research platform ‘Unmapping Eurasia’, with Binna Choi. Her recent exhibitions focus on socialising technologies and ‘actionable speculations’, such as ‘Sci-(no)-Fi’ at the Academy of the Arts of the World, Cologne (2019) and ‘Lonely Vectors’ at Singapore Art Museum (2022). She was one of the curators of the 13th Shanghai Biennale (2020-2021). On the social front, she serves as chair of the Committee for Media Arts and Technology for the transnational NGO Common Action Forum. She was a Berggruen Institute Europe Fellow in 2023.

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