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LaRete Art Projects is dedicated to research and viagra professional no prescription support of new artistic strategies. In this filed, LaRete Art Projects conceives and realizes exhibitions as well as educational and research programs in Italy and abroad. LaRete Art Projects main interests consist in presenting emerging artists as well as already established ones to new audiences and in introducing contemporary art in general to new contexts. Connecting international professionals in the field of contemporary art dedicated to the research, development and consolidation of new artistic strategies, LaRete Art Projects fosters a dialogue between artists, curators, critics and a larger audience.
History: The curatorial collective LaRete Art Projects founded in Italy in 2004 is a follow-up to a project launched by Julia Draganovic in Germany in 1999: the Kulturbüro LaRete in Weimar.
The Kulturbüro LaRete is an informal network of freelance professionals dedicated to the arts – music, theatre, literature as well as visual arts. In the ten years of its existence Kulturbüro LaRete has conceived and realized
countless projects including the cultural program of the Europäische Sommerakademie Weimar (commissioned by the Bauhaus Universität Weimar), European Studio Program (of the ACC Galerie and the municipality of Weimar), series of contemporary art shows with the title Coniugazioni (in collaboration with the Province of Modena, Thüringer Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur, DIGIT Deutsch-Italienische Gesellschaft in Thüringen and Kuratorium Schloss Ettersburg), the Notti Italiani (in collaboration with DIGIT Deutsch-Italienische Gesellschaft in Thüringen and the Klassikstiftung Weimar), the Klezmer Wochen Weimar (in collaboration with Kuratorium Schloss Ettersburg) and Yiddish Summer Weimar. 
LaRete Art Projects was founded in 2004 in Modena as a result of earlier collaboration projects between Kulturbüro LaRete and the Province of Modena. Under its founding members Julia Draganovic and Claudia Löffelholz, launched a series of international cooperation projects in visual arts.