About us

Curated Affairs is Kasia Lorenc and Angelika J. Trojnarski. We curate pop-up exhibitions and events at various venues and in changing collaborations. In doing so, we work together with both young and established contemporary artists. Our activities reflect our Polish origins and current German homeland either in the exhibition content or in the choice of artists involved. Our projects initiate a dialog and have a thematic orientation, be it political, social, philosophical, scientific, or radically artistic. We advocate for more diversity and gender equality. Should you nevertheless discover a tendency in our undertakings, it is toward underrepresented female artists.
In 2019, the year of our foundation, we have realized four exhibitions: ROSA, commemorating the 100th anniversary of Rosa Luxemburg’s death, and a three-part series of anniversary exhibitions celebrating thirty years of town twinning between Düsseldorf and Warsaw: The Difference in Similarity and The Similarity in Difference in collaboration with the Polish Institute in Düsseldorf and As x as y at the Warsaw Palace of Culture. In 2020, we presented an online exhibition on contemporary drawing with art from the Rhineland and Berlin.

Curated Affairs Lorenc & Trojnarski GbR
Stephanstraße 10
40599 Düsseldorf, Germany
mail@curated-affairs.de
Kasia Lorenc, Angelika J. Trojnarski
Kasia Lorenc is a Polish cultural manager and literary scholar with several years of experience in project conception and management as well as exhibition organization. Lorenc has been a curatorial assistant at the Neue Galerie Gladbeck since the beginning of 2020. She also advises and accompanies artists on a freelance basis. She is an alumna of the Civic Education in Action program of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb).
Angelika J. Trojnarski is a German artist with Polish roots who graduated from the Düsseldorf Academy of Art as a master student of Andreas Gursky. Trojnarski was co-founder and curator of the Düsseldorf off-spaces Trabanten (2015–18) and ExPeZe Experimentierzelle (2011). In 2016, she curated a group exhibition at the Neue Galerie Gladbeck. She lives and works in Düsseldorf.
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