ArtLeaks founders Corina Apostol and Dmitry Vilensky discuss what lies ahead for the grassroots organization, in terms of revealing and resisting the toxic symptoms of neoliberalism in the cultural sector; not to mention creating a better (art)world.
is an art historian, curator and writer. She is currently a PhD candidate in art history at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, with a focus on contemporary, socially engaged art from eastern Europe and Russia. She is also the co-editor of The Long April: Texte despre arta, an arts magazine focused on the Romanian context, published online by a group of women authors.
Apostol is a co-founder of ArtLeaks, co-editor of the ArtLeaks Gazette and the main editor of the ArtLeaks online platform. She works and lives between Bucharest and New Brunswick.