NADA Curated: Reduction to Satire (Reductio ad Satura)

Aideen Barry
(Cork, Ireland)

Julie Béna
(Nicoletti Contemporary, London)

Sarah Brasier
(Daine Singer, Melbourne)

Ellen De Meijer
(UniX Gallery, New York)

Secil Erel
(mmad art, London)

Sarah Fuhrman
(Rocket Science, New York)

Molly Grad
(London, UK)

Per Lunde Jørgensen
(Bonamatic, Copenhagen)

Sahar Khoury
(Rebecca Camacho Presents, San Francisco)

Amanda Kyritsopoulou
(Rook Contemporary, London)

Tristram Lansdowne
(Galerie Nicolas Robert, Montreal)

Leo Mock
(M+B, Los Angeles)

Maryam Mohry
(O Gallery, Tehran)

Maria Petrovskaya
(Rocket Science, New York)

Jorge Rios
(Devening Projects, Chicago)

Johanna Robinson

Xavier Robles de Medina
(Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York)

Ekin Saçlıoğlu
(Istanbul, Turkey)

Shannon Wright
(ada gallery, Richmond)

Hirosuke Yabe
(Cindy Rucker Gallery, New York)

(Yulia Topchiy, New York)

About Fatoş Üstek:
Fatoş Üstek is an independent curator and writer, working internationally. Ustek is co-founder of FRANK Fair Artist Pay with artists Anne Hardy and Lindsay Seers. Currently, she is commissioning art in the public realm in Nine Elms, London; curating 40th Akbank Gunumuz Sanatcilari in Istanbul; writing a book on 21st century art institutions.

She acts as editorial advisor and contributing editor at Extra Extra Magazine, Chair of New Contemporaries, UK, board member of Urbane Kuenste Ruhr, Germany; advisory panel for Jan van Eyck Academie, Netherlands. She is a member of the International Association of Art Critics AICA UK, ICI, IKT and founding member of the Association of Women in the Arts (AWITA). She writes internationally for art publications, exhibition catalogues; lectures at Graduate and Postgraduate Programmes.

Ustek sits on selection and nomination committees for various national and international prizes including Jindrich Chalupecky Award 2022 – 2024, Scotland in Venice 2022, Dutch Pavilion 2022, Arts Foundation Futures Award 2021, Turner Prize Bursaries 2020, Celeste Art Prize 2017, and acted as an external member of the acquisitions committee for the Arts Council Collection (2018-2020). She regularly nominates for the Fourth Plinth, the Jarman Award, alongside the Arts Foundation Futures Award and international awards and residencies.