Martin Schibli has initiated and curated over hundred thirty exhibitions in 14 countries in different contexts. He is specialized in art from the sixties and beyond. Topics are often linked to art in relation to society, emerging artists, conceptual art, eastern European art, contemporary art on historical contexts...
Please go to "EXHIBITIONS" to see full list of previous and upcoming exhibitions. THe last years he has also start working on curating exhibitions on historical events and scientific/academic topics.
At the moment there are several exhibition projects in different stages of development, some projects are still seeking additional collaborations and venues. Exhibitions projects on different topics as conceptual art, art from the sixties and seventies, solo exhibitions, scientific racism, art in relation to the holocaust, cutting edge exhibitions, second and extended in depth version on the Wilhelm Gustloff tragedy...please contact us for latest information.
Martin Schibli is an experienced lecturer since mid 90:ties. He gives public lectures and also teach extensively the last years at Art Schools and Universities. He teaches in both in theoretical courses and in workshops. He is also experienced in initiating and arranging conferences. Please contact us for further information.
Art and Museum Consultant:
Takes on different assignments in a wide area on topics to both private and public clients. Topics are mostly related to contemporary art, strategic questions on culture and art, collections....please contact us for more information.
Latest client: Forum för Levande Historia
Eller ladda ner prospektet över konsulttjänster (only in Swedish):
Experiences travelling guide for art travels specialized in contemporary art. Clients are smaller private groups, Art schools, art societies and government organisations. Have guided tours to i.e. Berlin, Gdansk, Copenhagen..... also possible cities/countries are New York, Switzerland, Austria, London, Germany, Wroclaw.....
Martin Schibli has written several text on contemporary art, during the years 2002 - 2007 he was an art-critic for Helsingborgs Dagblad in Sweden, one of the main daily papers in Sweden. He continuously contributes to papers, catalogues, magazines, for a full list, please download here:
Martin Schibli is a Swedish/Swiss curator, and one of the most acknowledged curators based in Sweden, with an extensive global network. He is also teaching at art schools and universities.
Since year 2000, Schibli has curated over hundred exhibitions in 14 countries. During the years 2015-2017 he was the artistic director for Växjö konsthall, Sweden, with solo and group exhibition with Swedish and International artists, like Jiri Kovanda, Ewa Partum, Juan Castillo, Jonathan Meese, Endre Tot, Andrei Monatyrsky, Jonas Lund, Agata Nowosielska, Conny Blom, André Bötzer and Andre Talborn and others. Between 2006 – 2102, as the director of exhibitions, he transformed the Kalmar konstmuseum, Sweden, to be one of the top institutions in Sweden at the time, with reputation outside the boarders of Sweden. The Museum took part in several international collaborations with other institutions around Europe. The exhibitions at the museum includes solo exhibitions with i.e. Artur Zmijewski, Swetlana Heger, Guy Ben-Ner, Marina Naprushkina and Georg Baselitz, He initiated and curated group exhibitions as Friction and Conflict, The social critique 1993 – 2005, Swedish conceptual Art, The order of things, etc.
Other institutions he have been collaborating with are i.e. at Kunsthalle Rostock, City Gallery Gdansk, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, NCCA URAL, Shiryaevo Biennale, Berlin biennale in 2012, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, SIART – Bolivia among others. Schibli, together with Iwona Bigos, also initiator and curator of the travelling exhibition War aijentlich ain scheenes Schiff about the world largest see catastrophe Wilhelm Gustloff.
Besides curating, Schibli also work continuously with lectures at universities and art schools, i.e. Linnaeus University, Umeå Art Academy, Ölands Art School and Royal Art Academy. He has also given lectures in Poland, Switzerland, Lithuania and Russia.
During the last decade Schibli have also organized international conferences on subject like public art and contemporary art, not only in Sweden but also in Russia, Moldavia and Belarus.
In Sweden Schibli is also known for the book How to become a contemporary artist in three days (2005, together with Lars Vilks), an introduction on how to survive in the art world, the book also gives a description on the connections between theory and the practise of contemporary art. The book is used at several art academies and universities in Scandinavia. Schibli also writes continuously for different art magazines and catalogues on artist.
Master in Art History, Lund University, Sweden
Bachelor in Applied Philosophy, Lund University
Bachelor in Business Administration (management, leadership and organisation) at School of Economics and Management at Lund University
German: very good
Curator / Lecturor / Art Consultant
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