Tevž Logar (Kranj, 1979) currently works as an independent curator and collaborates with different galleries and institutions. Between 2009 and 2014 he worked as artistic director of Škuc Gallery in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and was a regular lecturer on the history of the 20th century art at the Academy of Visual Arts in Ljubljana (AVA). He has curated various group and solo exhibitions in various galleries and museums. In 2011, at the 55th Venice Biennial, Logar curated the project “Jasmina Cibic For Our Economy and Culture” for the Slovenian Pavilion. In 2009, Logar worked as assistant commissioner of the Slovenian Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennial. Logar worked as a screenwriter on a full-length feature documentary Project Cancer, Ulay's journal. He is also a co-founder of Ulay Foundation in Amsterdam. In 2014, he was nominated for ICI Independent Vision Curatorial Award in New York. Logar regularly publishes texts and lectures on contemporary visual art, and currently lives and works in Berlin.