- "A compendium
of cutting-edge art."
- - Miami Herald
An exhibition-in-a-book that presents 100
contemporary artists Selected by 10 internationally
renowned curators, these artists will be the stars of
tomorrow Each artist is featured over four pages with
a selection of their most interesting work together
with a commentary by the curator who selected them, an
exhibition history, and a bibliography Each curator
has also selected a source artist who has inspired or
influenced the younger generation, providing readers
with a broader historical perspective A must-have for
art-world insiders, an essential soucebook for
students and all those who follow the contemporary art
The 10 Curators of ICE CREAM
- -Sergio Edelsztein founded The Center for
Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv in 1995, where he has
been the Director since 1997.
- -Jens Hoffmann is a curator and writer based in
San Francisco where he is the newly appointed
Director of the CCA Wattis Institute for
- -Lisette Lagnado was the Chief Curator of the
27th SÃ£o Paulo Biennial (2006) and, since 2001
she has been editor of the online journal,
- -Midori Matsui is an art critic who has written
extensively on Japanese and Western art for a wide
variety of periodicals and catalogues.
- -Shamim Momin is an Associate Curator at the
Whitney Museum of American Art. She co-curated the
Whitney Biennial (2004).
- -Pi Li is a lecturer at the Central Academy of
Fine Arts and Curator at The Loft New Media Art
- -Gloria Sutton is a former Helena Rubinstein
Fellow in Critical Studies at the Whitney Museum
of American Art Independent Study Program, New
York and is currently working with the Kunsthalle,
- -Olesya Turkina is a critic, curator and Senior
Research Fellow in the Department of Contemporary
Art at the State Russian Museum, St Petersburg.
- -Philippe Vergne is the Chief Curator and Deputy
Director at the Walker Art Center Minneapolis. He
co-curated the Whitney Biennial (2006).
- -The Wrong Gallery, set up by the artist
Maurizio Cattelan, and the curators Massimiliano
Gioni and Ali Subotnick, was a tiny,
not-for-profit, half-metre-square exhibition space
located in a shallow doorway in Chelsea, New
York's gallery district. Evicted in July 2005, the
gallery space is currently housed at London's Tate
Modern. The Wrong Gallery also curated the 4th
Berlin Biennial (2006).