Tobia BezzolaBorn in 1961, Tobia Bezzola studied philosophy and art history. Since 1995 he has been curator of Kunsthaus Zürich. His numerous exhibitions and publications on early modern and contemporary art, photography and video include Christian Schad 1894 1982 (1997), Max Beckmann and Paris (1998), Alberto Giacometti (2001); Sade/Surreal (2001); Wallflowers (2002); Ferdinand Hodler. Landschaften (Zürich 2003), La décision de lil: Henri Cartier-Bresson and Alberto Giacometti, (2005), The Art of the Archive: Photographs from the Archive of the Los Angeles Police Department (2005), Miroslav Tichý (2005), André Breton Dossier Dada (2005), In den Alpen (2006), Erwin Wurm: Hamlet (2007).
Berthold EckerBorn in 1961 in Linz, Berthod Ecker studied art history and anthropology at the University of Vienna. His dissertation (1995) was on the Viennese painter Leopold Birstinger (1903 1983). In 1991 he began working in the pictorial art section of the culture department of the city of Vienna, where he was in charge of the modern art collection and its re-organization. In 1998 he founded Museum auf Abruf (Museum on Call). Since 2003 he has been the head of the pictorial art section of the culture department of Vienna. In addition to working on the conception and organization of numerous exhibitions in Austria and abroad, he has written catalogue texts and journal articles. Since June 2007 he has been the head of "Museum auf Abruf" (MUSA), the exhibition space for the contemporary art collection of Vienna.
Adolf KrischanitzAdolf Krischanitz, born in Pongau/Salzburg in 1946, studied architecture at the technical university in Vienna. In the 1970s he started his career with the co-operative Missing Link, together with Otto Kapfinger and Angela Hareiter. From 1991 to 1995 he served as President of the Viennese Secession. Thereafter he lectured in Vienna, Munich, Karlsruhe and Berlin and in 1992 was appointed Professor for Design and Urban Renewal at the University of the Arts in Berlin.
Since 2004 he has been partner and general manager of the architectural firm Krischanitz & Frank ZT GmbH in Vienna, Berlin und Zurich.
Sabine OppolzerBorn in 1961, Sabine Oppolzer studied German and Theatre Arts in Vienna. From 1994 to 1999 she worked as a free-lancer for the daily newspaper, Die Presse.
Since 1998 she has been an editor of Ö1/ORF (Austrian radio station) in the cultural news department and has worked on a project for ORF television. She is responsible for the pictorial arts and architecture, and is especially interested in art in public spaces.