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Joachim Koester, Bringing something back, Bergen Kunsthall, 2018
Joachim Koester. Bringing Something Back, Köln, Bergen, Londres : Walther Koenig / Bergen Kunsthall / Camden Art Center, 2019 (Ed., with Steinar Sekkingstad). Design: Blank Blank, Oslo.
Almanach Ecart. Une archive collective, Genève, Lausanne: HEAD – Genève / art&fiction, 2019 (Ed., with Elisabeth Jobin and Mathieu Copeland, Pierre Leguillon, Emilie Parrendeau, Dan Solbach). Design: Dan Solbach, Basel/Berlin. © Baptiste Coulon/HEAD - Genève
Gordon Matta-Clark. Material Thinking as part of Out of the Box: Gordon Matta-Clark, research shot, Canadian Center for Architecture, Montreal, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, 2019 – 2022
By repetition, you start noticing details in the landscape, exhibition view, Le Commun, Genève, 2019 – 2020 (with MMMMM) © Raphaëlle Muller
Loyalty Doesn’t End With Death. Genesis Breyer P-Orridge Feat. Eric Heist & Sam Zimmerman. It Never Ends - Part 2, exhibition view, KANAL – Centre Pompidou, Brussels, 2020 (with John M Armleder & al.). © Fondation-Stichting KANAL – Hugard&Vanoverschelde
Studio K, KANAL – Centre Pompidou, 2021 (with CIVA, Florent Delval, Magali Halter, Samah Hijawi, Jonathan Pouthier, Xeno and KANAL – Centre Pompidou. Design: Flore Fockedey & Sébastien Roy © Hugard&Vanoverschelde
Dafna Maimon & Ethan Hayes-Chute, Sergio Rojas Chaves, Kelly Tissot, Country SALTS, Bennwil, 2021 – 22 (with Samuel Leuenberger, in collaboration with Gabriella Beckhurst Feijoo).
© Gunnar Meier
Moon with Many Eyes, text piece and audio work for Marie Kølbæk Iversen's IO I, Museet for Museet for Samtidskunst, Oslo, 2021 ; © Marie Kølbæk Iversen
Oblivion, text piece and audio work for Joyfully Waiting 6, Geneva, 2021. Three tubes of 'Oblivon' capsules, England, 1953-1967, The Science Museum, London. Image released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Licence


Yann Chateigné Tytelman


Yann Chateigné Tytelman is a curator and writer based in Brussels. His interests span from minor histories and counterculture, sciences of the mind to the politics of obscurity. He is currently exploring how an exhibition can take the form of a novel, while researching the subject of the disappearance of the Night. Often working in cooperation, his projects navigate the intersections of curating, publishing, performance and education. He is the 2021-22 guest curator of Country SALTS, a new space operating in the countryside near Basel, connecting art and rural ways of life. He recently acted as the artistic mentor of the development residency at MORPHO in Antwerp. Since 2018, he also serves as a PhD Supervisor at the Royal Academy of the Arts in Oslo.

In recent years, he (co-)curated Gordon Matta-Clark: Material Thinking, Canadian Center for Architecture, Montréal and Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, 2019-2022; It Never Ends, KANAL–Centre Pompidou, Brussels, 2020-21; and By repetition, you start noticing details in the landscape, Le Commun, Genève, 2019-20. In parallel, YCT edited collective publications, artists books and monographs including Curating in the educational field, HEAD – Genève/Les Presses du Réel, 2019; Joachim Koester. Bringing something back, Bergen Kunsthal/Koenig Books, 2019; and Almanach Ecart. A collective archive, 1969-2019, HEAD – Genève/art&fiction, 2019-21; awarded the Golden Letter, the highest award of the 2020 edition of the Best Book Design from All Over the World.

YCT previously held the positions of Chief curator at CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux (2007-09) and Head of the Visual Arts Department at HEAD – Genève (2009-17). As an independent critic, he contributed to several books, catalogues and periodicals including Mousse, Spike and Frieze. He taught at various schools and universities, among them Ecole du Louvre, Paris, HEAD – Genève and Erg, Brussels.


01.02.2022 - 31.03.2022