About

TART is a young art space in Zurich and opened in February 2014. Shows in TART are strictly curated, always in respect to the viewers experience. We pride ourselves to be an open platform that provides the opportunity to young and upcoming artists and curators to host their vision with us. We are open in promoting any kind of artistic expression as long as we consider it fulfills the standards we aim for the development of our space. Although we do work permanently with a small selection of artists, we remain open to exciting proposals and projects. Located in a prime location in Zürich, TART gradually builds an artist list in respect to works that encompass artistic freedom, experimentation, or just pure insanity.

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Catrina Sonderegger (* 1983) is responsible for the exhibitions curating in TART. After studying Conservation & Restoration she followed a postgraduate degree in Curating at the ZHdK from which she graduated in 2012. She lives in Zurich and in addition to her curatorial activities she is active as an art educator in various institutions and as a guest lecturer at the School of Design. catrina@tartart.ch

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Valentina De Pasquale (*1992) studied Photography at the F + F School of Art and Design and graduated 2016. She lives in Zürich and works as an assistant at TART and is an independent photographer and Freelancer. valentina@tartart.ch

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Margarita Tristi (* 1986) comes originally from Greece and is the founder of TART. After studying fine arts at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, she decided to `know the other side` of art. She is based in Zürich and Athens and organises our collaboration and exchange project the artist residency (Y-Residency) in Athens. margarita@tartart.ch

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The 24 Hours Project is an experimental platform, which takes place between exhibitions in Tart, Zürich. What happens during the deconstruction and reconstruction phases? The 24 Hours Project intends to show that during the " idle phase " various settings can take place. Artists are invited to take over the gallery space for 24 hours and are completely free. The 24 Hours Project is a place to meet, to share, to process, to participate, to perform, to showcase, to experiment. Project coordinated by Anne-Laure Franchette