A graduate in 1993 of the École du Magasin Independent curatorial program (Le Magasin – (CNAC Grenoble), Nathalie worked from 2000-2008 as Director of Location One’s International Residency Program (NY). Previous positions include: Sotheby’s (London) where she organized Impressionist and Modern art mid season sales ; American Center in Paris as Director of the Residency Program; Ecole des Beaux Arts (ENSBA) as curatorial assistant to Alfred Pacquement ; Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs (UCAD) under the leadership of Marie Claude Beaud. Independent curatorial projects include co-curation of ‘Exhibition” (2009), a 6 months continuous single exhibition in a vacant storefront (LES, NY) (exhibition211.blogspot.com/) and 50.0833° A, 14.4167° V 40.6700° Z, 73.9400° F at the Czech Cultural Center (NY) with Adam Vackar and Zach Fabri in 2013.
In 2008, Nathalie received the title of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French government.
Boshko Boskovic is the Program Director of Residency Unlimited. He has curated exhibitions such as Monument-Movement, Center for Photography & Moving Image, New York, Not so Distant Memory, Delaware Center for Contemporary Art & National Center for Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg, Russa, Daniel Rothbart – But I’m An Amerian, KCB, Belgrade Band of Outsiders, CAC, New York, Power of the Brand, Contemporary Art Museum in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Hercegovina, Bite A Bunny for a Day, Exhibition 211, New York, New Paintings – Aleksandra Popovic, MC Gallery, New York, Video Integration, Belef, Belgrade, Performing Body, Marina Abramovic, Speed Art Museum, Louisville.
Boskovic has worked at the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation managing the European retrospective Specific Objects Without Specific Form which traveled to the Wiels Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, The Beyeler Foundation in Basel and the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt.
During his tenure as Associate Director at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York he also worked closely with artists such as Los Carpinteros, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and Johan Grimonprez.
Boskovic has published essays for the following exhibitions: Monument-Movement, Center for Photography & Moving Image, BiH Contemporary Art, Kunstlerhaus, Vienna, Daniel Rothbart – But I Am An American, KCB, Belgrade, Taxi to Berlin, Antje Wachs Gallery, Berlin, Where Have All the Children Gone, Galerie Steinek, Vienna, Dark Star, Galerie Perpetuel, Frankfurt, Cinematic Sculptures, KCB, Belgrade, Beyond the Magic Mountain, MC Gallery, New York.
David Dean has 30 years of experience as an arts administrator and non-profit fundraiser. He was the Executive Director of Printed Matter for five years and has worked for a range of other organizations in both the United Kingdom — where he was born and educated — and the United States, including Queens Museum of Art, Casita Maria Center for Arts and Education, The French-American Foundation, English National Opera, and The National Trust. He is a graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London.
Born in Serbia, Nataša Prljević is a multimedia artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Using collage principles, she constructs images, videos, and environments that explore the mechanisms of real and imagined sites of memory. She holds MFA from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and BFA from Academy of Arts Novi Sad, Serbia. Her art research has been awarded by numerous stipends and artists residencies. In 2014 she was awarded the Rackham International Student Fellowship/ Chia-Lun Lo Fellowship at the University of Michigan and in 2015 she was Dedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship in Painting and Sculpture nominee. She worked as an archivist and studio assistant with artists Joanna Pousette-Dart in NY and Philip Topolovac in Berlin, as well as a teaching assistant at the University of Michigan, Stamps School of Art and Design in Ann Arbor.
She currently works as the Assistant to the Executive Director.
Sebastien Sanz Santamaria has been living and working in New York City since 2001. He has been closely involved with the artist-run organization and arts collective Flux Factory, working in both the development of its programs as well as creatively through collaborations at institutions such as the Queens Museum of Arts and the New Museum. For five years he was Assistant Director of the International Residency Program, at Location One. In 2009, together with Nathalie Angles, he co-founded Residency Unlimited as an artist-centered organization dedicated to producing customized artist residency structures to support the creation, presentation, and dissemination of contemporary art. After completing a preparatory year at the Academie Julien (Paris) in 1997, Sebastien received a BFA from the Ecole de Beaux-Arts de Montpellier District in Montpellier, France.