Itinerant Projects is the platform for our curatorial and expositional initiatives.  We developed this nomadic and roving curatorial model because we believe in bringing together a diverse audience base, unusual or alternative spaces, and emerging, mid-career, and established artists.  Our nomadic nature permits us to create relationships between seemingly disparate constituencies and thereby truly build a bridge between the public and the art community.

As we are firmly committed to the idea that all art can be for everyone, our exhibitions are accompanied by educational programs, including tours, artist talks, and educational texts.  Itinerant Projects also supports artists by paying artists fees whenever possible.  Therefore our activities rely on the support of private and public funding, as well as earned income through ticket sales and membership fees.

Some of our past projects:

This and That: Complexities of Israeli Identity, Zurich, CH, March 20 and 21, 2013

Return of the Yellow Peril, Zurich, CH, April 4-May 9, 2012

Fire It Up: Ceramic as Material in Contemporary Sculpture, Zurich, CH, March 15-March 29, 2012

Transition Worlds, Zurich, CH, Feb. 29 and Mar. 8, 2012

Just Another Brick in the Wall: Models of Art Production in Romania, Zurich, CH, Dec.8, 2011-Jan.7, 2012

Drawn Together, Alpineumproduzentengalerie, Luzern, CH, Nov – Dec. 2011

For a Limited Time Only, Highland Park Art Center, Highland Park, IL 2009

Palpable Dis-Equilibrium: Contemporary Art in Romania, Sonnenschein Art Gallery at Barat College and LIPA Gallery, Lake Forest and Chicago, IL, 2003

Please Print, ATC Space, Chicago, IL 2002

Small Change, ATC Space, 2001
Group show featuring work that depicts physical, conceptual, or narrative change.
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Resurrection: a show about the life of death, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, 2000