Tevž Logar (1979) works as an independent curator, editor and writer who collaborates with various galleries and institutions. For the 58th Venice Biennial in 2019, he worked with the Pavilion of Republic of North Macedonia as curatorial consultant and the Pavilion of Republic of Kosovo as a writer. In 2018, he edited a monograph about the work of the Croatian conceptual artist Goran Trbuljak. He has curated or co-curated a number of group and solo exhibitions, including the Triennial 54th Zagreb Salon – Without Anesthesia (2019); Borderline Relation (2018); Ulay: I Other (2017), Vadim Fishkin: Light Chaser (2016); Ulay: Irritation (2015); Crossings (2014); Jasmina Cibic: For Our Economy and Culture for the Slovenian Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennial (2013); Bas Jan Ader (2012); Tanja Ostojić: Body, Politics, Agency (2012); Accretions II (2011),… and collaborated with institutions, such as: Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Łódź, Poland; The Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy; TBA21, Vienna, Austria; Museum of Contemporary Art, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka, Croatia; Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary; James Gallery, New York, US; VOX, Montreal, Canada; Cooper Gallery, Dundee, UK; American University Beirut, Lebanon; CAC Geneve, Switzerland; Kontakt Collection, Vienna, Austria; National Gallery of Kosovo; Galerija Gregor Podnar, Berlin; and the LMAK Projects, New York, US. From 2009 to 2014, he was the artistic director of the Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and a lecturer in 20th Century Art History at the Academy of Visual Arts (AVA) in the same city. He was the screenwriter of the full-length documentary Project Cancer: Ulay’s journal from November to November (2013) and is a co-founder of the Ulay Foundation (2014) in Amsterdam, where he now sits as a member of the Advisory Board. In 2014, he was nominated for the Gerrit Lansing Independent Vision Award (Independent Curators International) in New York. He lives in Rijeka, Croatia.