Eva Vaslamatzi (Athens, 1990) is an independent curator and writer currently working in Athens. Since 2014, she has collaborated with various public and private art institutions in Athens and Paris such as the Haus N Athen, the annexM Center for Visual Arts of the Athens Concert Hall, the Palais de Tokyo, the Pavillon (residency program of Palais de Tokyo), the Fondation d’Entreprise Ricard, and the Athens School of Fine Arts, among others. She has worked as an editor for publications and websites and has participated with her texts in exhibition catalogs and platforms. Between 2017 and 2019 she was the co-curator of visual arts at the non-profit space DOC! in Paris. She has curated an educational project between artists and adolescents with mental disabilities for the Orange Rouge association in Paris (2018-2021). Lately, she is conducting research on folklore collections in Greece together with a group of artists and researchers.
Eva Vaslamatzi holds a BA in Theory and History of Arts from the Athens School of Fine Arts, and two MA’s: in Aesthetics and in Curatorial Practice from the Paris-Sorbonne University. In 2018, she participated in the ΝΕΟΝ Curatorial Exchange Program in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery in London and in May-June 2021 she was curatorial resident in SAHA association in Istanbul. Eva Vaslamatzi was a recipient of the 2019/2020 ARTWORKS Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Artist Fellowship in the curating category.