Aniko Erdosi

Aniko Erdosi is a curator and art writer based in New York for the past ten years. Originally from Hungary, she organized numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, art projects and conducted lectures and presentations on contemporary art both in Europe and in the US. In the past years, she has been extensively working with women artists who emerged in the post-war era in Europe and in the Americas. Aniko published her reviews and critical essays on contemporary art since 2001.

Latest Articles

Artworks 15/05/2019

Rena Detrixhe, Place Out of Matter

A deeply rich earthy red rug welcomes the visitors in the gallery space. It is made of red ...

News 05/02/2019

“…to imagine, to revive and make visible this human connection with the Universe”

Michelle Stuart, a pioneer woman artist using materials derived from nature since the late 1960s, works on a ...

News 03/08/2017

Breaking Through the Canon, Breaking Through the Gallery Wall

On March 13th, 2017 the New York Times announced that Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty was named an official ...

Artworks 22/11/2016

Silence Buried in White Cement. Petra Noordkamp, Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina, 2015

Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina, 2015 An interview with filmmaker Petra Noordkamp Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina is ...

News 11/08/2016

LANDMARK at Socrates Sculpture Park, New York

Socrates Sculpture Park is turning 30 years old this year. Once an industrial landfill, the park is located ...

News 28/05/2016

Bernar Venet’s Sculptures in Public Spaces in Two Cities: Budapest and New York

Do cities have their own psyche? In a Jungian sense, they do. It is an opaque, ever pulsating ...

News 17/05/2016

Martin Puryear’s Big Bling at the Madison Square Park, New York

Opening on May 16, the Madison Square Park will present its thirty-third public art exhibition that will be ...

News 21/04/2016

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art. Interview with the filmmaker James Crump

Aniko Erdosi: In January you released your second documentary film “Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art.” When I ...