Ekaterina Inozemtseva is the Chief Curator and Deputy Director of Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia (MAMM) since 2011. Founded in 1996 under the name Moscow House of Photography (MAMM), the museum was the first Russian State institution devoted to the art of photography. It was reorganised in 2001 as the State Cultural Institution Multimedia Complex of Contemporary Art/Multimedia Art Museum. During her time at MAMM Inozemtseva has realised more than fifty projects (among others around seminal figures such as Wim Wenders, Chris Marker, Veruschka and Charlie Chaplin). Prior to this post she has been affiliated with several art institutions, such as the National Center for Contemporary Arts, Moscow (NCCA) and Gary Tatintsian Gallery, Moscow, where she worked as exhibition coordinator, and Proun gallery, Moscow, Russia where she was the deputy Art Curator. She also co-curated the exhibition ‘Italian ZERO and the Avant-garde of the 60s’. Inozemtseva holds a PhD from Moscow State Lomonossov University, and is an active writer and critic. She was also the editor of the catalogue of the 4th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary art.