Katerina Kallivroussi is a cultural producer and art mediator based in the Netherlands and in Greece.
Katerina holds a BA in Modern Greek Language and Literature from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2017) and is currently pursuing the Research MA in Arts and Culture at Leiden University.
Her research interests lie in the domains of contemporary art, postcolonial theory as well as critical gender and race studies. Intersectionality is key to Katerina’s research as it enables a better understanding of the correlations between art and contemporary sociopolitical issues.
Katerina has gained a lot of experience working in different art exhibitions and has collaborated with art organizations like NEON, documenta 14, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art (EMST) in Greece. She has worked as an Administration and Communication Assistant for art institutions and festivals, as well as an art mediator. As a young art professional Katerina is very much interested in conscious curatorial practices, institutional critique, and artistic activism.
As part of the TASAWAR Curatorial Studios, Katerina is particularly interested in gaining insights into the contemporary art scene in Tunisia and explore its links to the cultural production in the MENA region and beyond.
2020 – 2021: Research MA Arts & Culture at Leiden University.
2019 – 2020: MA Arts & Culture, Specialization in Contemporary Art in a Global Perspective at Leiden University.
2018 – 2019: Pre-master in Arts, Media, Society at Leiden University.
2012 – 2017: BA in Philology, Major in Modern Greek Studies, at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
2014 – 2015: Participation in the ERASMUS student exchange program. Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Lives in Leiden.
1994 | Born in Athens.gr