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A long-term initiative in the field of contemporary art and theory founded by Erste Bank Group in September [[2002]]. Tranzit focuses on the region of Central and Eastern Europe and in its initial phase operates primarily in the [[Czech Republic]], [[Slovakia]] and [[Austria]].
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'''Tranzit''' is a long-term initiative in the field of contemporary art and theory founded by Erste Bank Group in September [[2002]]. Tranzit focuses on the region of Central and Eastern Europe and operates primarily in [http://at.tranzit.org/en Austria], the [http://cz.tranzit.org/en Czech Republic], [http://hu.tranzit.org/en Hungary], [http://sk.tranzit.org/en Slovakia], and [http://ro.tranzit.org/en Romania].
  
Coordination: [[Katrin Rhomberg]] and [[Mária Hlavajová]].<br>
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Board of directors (since 2009): [[Judit Angel]] (from fall 2013), [[Vít Havránek]], [[Dóra Hegyi]], [[Georg Schöllhammer]], [[Attila Tordai-S]].<br>
Project direction: [[Vít Havránek]] ([[Czech Republic]]), [[Boris Ondreička]] ([[Slovakia]]), [[Georg Schöllhammer]] ([[Austria]]).
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Programme directors (2002-08): [[Katrin Rhomberg]] and [[Mária Hlavajová]].<br>
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Local branches:
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* Austria: [[Georg Schöllhammer]] (head), Michaela Geboltsberger (general manager and project coordinator, since Jan 2015).
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* Czech Republic: [[Veronika Janatková]] (director, since 2019), [[Tereza Stejskalová]] (curator, 2015-2018; program director, since 2019). Past: [[Vít Havránek]] (director, 2002-2019), Zbyněk Baladrán (curator), Věra Krejčová (project manager).
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* Slovakia: [[Judit Angel]] (director, since 2013), [[Ivana Rumanová]] (project coordinator), Petra Balíková (project coordinator), Eliška Mazalanová (project coordinator). Past: Lýdia Pribišová (project coordinator), [[Boris Ondreička]] (director, 2002-2012), Laco Teren (interim director, 2012-2013).
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* Hungary: Dóra Hegyi (head, since 2005), Vera Simon (office manager and project coordinator, since 2011), Gyula Muskovics (curator, since 2013).
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* Romania: Livia Pancu (co-director), Attila Tordai-S. (co-director), [[Raluca Voinea]] (co-director, since 2012).
  
Tranzit.sk: [[Boris Ondreička]], [[Miroslav Marcelli]], [[Laco Teren]], [[Lucia Gavulová]].
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In March [[2006]] Tranzit.sk opened post-factory atelier building located next to its exhibition space in Zlaté piesky, [[Bratislava]]. Resident artists included Andrea Bartošová, Michal Czinege, [[Mária Čorejová]], Viktor Frešo, Mira Gáberová, Matej Gavula, Lukáš Haruštiak, Marian Hornyák, Kristína Hrončeková, Dorota Kenderová, Július Koller, Denisa Lehocká, Betty Majerníková, Monika Mitášová, Juliana Mrvová, Zuzana Surkošová, [[Erik Šille]], Milan Tittel, [[Lucia Tkáčová]], Gordana Zlatanovič, and the [[13m3]] initiative. The venue had operated until 2013 [http://sk.tranzit.org/en/exhibition/0/2013-07-23/tranzit-dielne-workshops-studen-12-2004-2013].
  
In March [[2006]] Tranzit.sk opens post-factory atelier building located next to its exhibition space in Zlaté piesky, [[Bratislava]]. Resident artists include Andrea Bartošová, Michal Czinege, [[Mária Čorejová]], Viktor Frešo, Mira Gáberová, Matej Gavula, Lukáš Haruštiak, Marian Hornyák, Kristína Hrončeková, Dorota Kenderová, Július Koller, Denisa Lehocká, Betty Majerníková, Monika Mitášová, Juliana Mrvová, Zuzana Surkošová, [[Erik Šille]], Milan Tittel, [[Lucia Tkáčová]], Gordana Zlatanovič, and a space of [[13m3]] initiative.
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* [http://kwml.net/output/?f=e&e=58&page=rb_ARTIKEL&a=8edd9155&c=Eastern%20Europe%20Art&Culture "What in fact is tranzit and who is behind it?"], ''Report'', Oct 2004.
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* Simona Darulová, ''[https://is.muni.cz/th/fe6ok/ Tranzit ako dynamická medziodborová platforma pre súčasné umenie v strednej Európe. Vznik a inštitucionálna prax českej pobočky tranzitdisplay]'', Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2018, 94 pp. Master's thesis. {{sk}}
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* http://miestakultury.sk/v2/17-tranzitdielne.html
  
'''Articles'''<br>
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[http://kontakt.erstebankgroup.net/magazines/issue5/stories/Was+ist+eigentlich+tranzit+und+wer+steht+dahinter/?language=en What in fact is tranzit and who is behind it?]
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* [http://www.tranzit.org Home page]
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 19:45, 2 December 2021

Tranzit is a long-term initiative in the field of contemporary art and theory founded by Erste Bank Group in September 2002. Tranzit focuses on the region of Central and Eastern Europe and operates primarily in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Romania.

Board of directors (since 2009): Judit Angel (from fall 2013), Vít Havránek, Dóra Hegyi, Georg Schöllhammer, Attila Tordai-S.
Programme directors (2002-08): Katrin Rhomberg and Mária Hlavajová.
Local branches:

  • Austria: Georg Schöllhammer (head), Michaela Geboltsberger (general manager and project coordinator, since Jan 2015).
  • Czech Republic: Veronika Janatková (director, since 2019), Tereza Stejskalová (curator, 2015-2018; program director, since 2019). Past: Vít Havránek (director, 2002-2019), Zbyněk Baladrán (curator), Věra Krejčová (project manager).
  • Slovakia: Judit Angel (director, since 2013), Ivana Rumanová (project coordinator), Petra Balíková (project coordinator), Eliška Mazalanová (project coordinator). Past: Lýdia Pribišová (project coordinator), Boris Ondreička (director, 2002-2012), Laco Teren (interim director, 2012-2013).
  • Hungary: Dóra Hegyi (head, since 2005), Vera Simon (office manager and project coordinator, since 2011), Gyula Muskovics (curator, since 2013).
  • Romania: Livia Pancu (co-director), Attila Tordai-S. (co-director), Raluca Voinea (co-director, since 2012).

In March 2006 Tranzit.sk opened post-factory atelier building located next to its exhibition space in Zlaté piesky, Bratislava. Resident artists included Andrea Bartošová, Michal Czinege, Mária Čorejová, Viktor Frešo, Mira Gáberová, Matej Gavula, Lukáš Haruštiak, Marian Hornyák, Kristína Hrončeková, Dorota Kenderová, Július Koller, Denisa Lehocká, Betty Majerníková, Monika Mitášová, Juliana Mrvová, Zuzana Surkošová, Erik Šille, Milan Tittel, Lucia Tkáčová, Gordana Zlatanovič, and the 13m3 initiative. The venue had operated until 2013 [1].

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