Bag Factory, Johannesburg (South Africa)

The Bag Factory is a non-profit contemporary visual art organization in Newtown, Johannesburg. It provides studio space to a cross-generational group of Johannesburg-based artists and international artists. Part of its program involves regular exhibitions showcasing new work by emerging artists to the wider public. Paper Factory is affiliated with the international Triangle Network. All their programs are accompanied by events and outreach projects that encourage greater understanding of contemporary visual art and stimulate interaction between artists and the local community.

Ballroom Marfa (United States)

Ballroom Marfa, founded in 2003 by Virginia Lebermann and Fairfax Dorn, it is a non-profit organization and a dynamic contemporary cultural arts space where diverse perspectives and themes are explored through visual arts, film, music and performance. The gallery is housed in a ballroom dating back to 1927. As an advocate for freedom of artistic expression, Ballroom Marfa's mission is to serve the international, national, regional and local arts communities and to support the work of emerging and recognized artists. who work in all media.


Kulturni centar Beograda (Belgrade)

El Centro Cultural de Belgrado was founded in 1957 as a multidisciplinary cultural institution, whose role as an informative and educational institution was crucial during the development of Yugoslavia's new society in the post-war years. Today the Centre is a creator, organizer and partner to many national and international projects and institutions that significantly mark the contemporary scene of Belgrade and Serbia.

Bonniers Konsthall (Sweden)

Bonniers Konsthall,located in central Stockholm, is a place for Swedish and International contemporary art. Since the start in 2006, Bonniers Konsthall has shown and discussed art from the world over. Exhibitions range from thematic group exhibitions that want to put the art into a larger cultural context, to solo exhibitions where art works are often made specifically for the exhibition.

Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius (Lithuania)


Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, located in the Old Town of Vilnius, the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) is one of the largest contemporary art venues in the Baltic region. The CAC hosts a diverse programme of exhibitions and events dedicated to contemporary art, aiming to enrich the cultural life of the city and the local and international discourse of contemporary art. The CAC realises a prolific programme of between 10 to 15 exhibitions a year that is supplemented by events spanning the fields of performance art, theory, literature, cinema and video art, as well as publishing projects.


Crawford Art Gallery, Cork (Ireland)

Located in the heart of Cork city, Crawford Art Gallery is a critical part of Ireland’s cultural and tourism infrastructure. Through its Programming, Collection and Buildings, it is committed to fostering recognition, critical assessment, and acknowledgement of historical and contemporary Irish and international art practice.


Fundación PROA (Argentina)


Fundación Proa is a private art center founded in Argentina in 1996, located in the historic and emblematic neighborhood of La Boca. Since its inception, it has developed a program of activities, especially in contemporary art, and develops educational activities in parallel. Proa is an unavoidable reference point for discovering international art in Buenos Aires. It is an old building with an Italianate facade and three floors that has four exhibition rooms, a multimedia auditorium, a specialized bookstore, a restaurant and terrace, as well as spaces for action and openness to the public and a transparent facade to communicate experiences from the inside towards the neighborhood.


GAMeC (Italy)

GAMeC (Galleria D’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea) was founded in 1991 in a renovated 15th century convent in Bergamo in northern Italy. With more than 1500 square meters of public space, the Gallery organises temporary exhibitions by major international figures and previously unseen projects by up and coming and local artists.


Hammer Museum, Los Ángeles (United States)

Over the past two decades the Hammer Museum has emerged as a driving force for artistic innovation in L.A.—taking risks and building programs that have made it one of the most vibrant and influential museums in America. After years of ambitious growth in every aspect of the institution, they have launched a comprehensive transformation plan to renovate, expand, and fully activate the facility by the year 2022.


Istanbul Modern (Estambul, Turkey)

Istanbul Modern,founded in 2004, was the first museum of modern and contemporary art, has moved to its temporary space in Beyoğlu, where it hosts all exhibitions and events until its new building in Karaköy is completed. The museum’s temporary space, a historical building in Beyoğlu, houses the museum’s collection and temporary exhibition halls, photography gallery, educational and social programs, library, cinema, cafe, and store.


MCAD, Manila (Filipinas)

The Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD Manila) is the professional face of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde in the area of arts and culture. Housed within the stunning architecture of the College of Saint Benilde’s School of Design and Art (SDA), designed by local architect Ed Calma, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD) is the only space in Manila and the Philippines that approximates an international contemporary art museum and gallery space. Located within an art college, MCAD’s programmes are molded in line with the school’s courses: film, fashion design, animation, multi-media, photography, architecture, as well as music production. In step with this, the MCAD produces outstanding exhibitions with world-wide standards by collaborating with professional artists and curators, both local and international.

Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow (Russia)

Moscow Museum of Modern Art is the first state museum in Russia, founded in 1999 by the President of the Russian Academy of Arts, Zurab Tsereteli. MMOMA is an active participant in the country’s artistic life and is located on six squares of the city. The institution prioritizes education in the field of art, support for young artists, its own publishing program, the development of inclusive projects, scientific activities, and laboratory expertise, as well as a regional program.


Museo de Arte Moderno (Poland)

Founded in 2005, the Museum of Modern Art is based in a temporary site whilst a new purpose built building is under construction. The Museum’s exhibition programme and collection focuses on contemporary Polish and International artists and its resources include the Filmoteka Muzeum – a collection of artists’ films comprising of a few hundred titles, available online.


Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (Germany)

n.b.k.(Video-Forum of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein), was founded in 1971 as an artists and cultural producers initiative and holds a collection of over 1500 works of video art, the oldest collection of video art in Germany. The Video-Forum organises regular screenings and projects relating to video art, which are programmed thematically to reflect an international context, and regularly co-produces new works.


Project 88 (India)

Project 88 was established in 2006, in Mumbai. The gallery supports artists in long-term relationships to facilitate understanding and awareness of their continually evolving practices in India and in international venues. They work with established artists and with a generation of emerging artists within India who are making innovative, experimental and ambitious works in all media and modes within a conceptual framework.


Tromsø Kunstforenig (Norway)

The Tromsø branch of this national contemporary art foundation is based in a 19th century building and promotes rotating exhibitions of contemporary art in the most northern reaching part of Norway. Founded in 1924, TKF is organised in the tradition of the German Kunstverein and has an established tradition of emphasizing newer and experimental contemporary art with an international perspective but also with a focus on artists and on themes relating to the region.


Whitechapel Gallery (London, UK)

For over a century the Whitechapel Gallery has premiered major British and international artists in London’s historic East End. The gallery hosts a number of temporary displays throughout the year within eight spaces, ranging in focus from temporary monographic exhibitions to public and private collections and archive displays.