Solidarity & Care Consults is founded by cultural managers and curators with over ten years of experience of growing bespoke art collections for museums, hotels, offices, residencies and more. We collaborate with emerging, mid-career and blue-chip artists from all over the globe, offering their editions and multiples, original artworks and site-specific commissions. Our team develops elaborate narratives and concepts to create inspirational and unique spaces, as well as temporary exhibitions of the commissioned work. We work with interior designers and architects to create impact in sophisticated environment, both in interior and in exterior.

Nevena Jankovic is a cultural producer based in Vienna, with experience in managing cultural organisations and curatorial programs. Upon completion of her BA studies at the Faculty of Philology at the University of Belgrade, she gained an MA degree in Cultural Policy and Cultural Management at The University of Arts in Belgrade. She is co-founder and director of BLOCKFREI association that was established in Vienna in 2013. For over ten years she has been working in the cultural non-profit sector, building her international community and creating cooperation and exchange projects in the field of contemporary art. Some examples of international cooperation and exchange are the projects such as the Curators’ Agenda – annual curatorial residency program, Art Weekend Belgrade, and The New Scene of Ukraine, among others.

Strahinja Spasic is an entrepreneur based in Vienna, with experience in managing archeological, arts and design projects. He has BBA degree from IFAM University, Paris and finished BA studies in Archaeology and MA in Managing Archaeological Sites in UCL, London. Participated in a number of archaeological and anthropological projects in Britain, Belize, Australia and Serbia. Founder of REACH organisation, Belgrade, with which he carried out projects in the field of culture and education. Co-founder of BLOCKFREI, Vienna, a platform for innovative cultural and art praxis. CEO of the company Lemis, Vienna, which is active in marketing and distribution of a number of medical and pharmaceutical brands. Lemis Möbel part of the company has been established in 2019 and is active in promotion and sales of design furniture.

Vanja Zanko is a cultural manager and curator based in Berlin and Vienna, with experience managing exhibition spaces, cultural organisations and artist studios. She founded NOMAD in Zagreb to support the careers of visual artists from Central and Southern Europe, namely Yane Calovski & Hristina Ivanoska, Jasmina Cibic, Kristian Kozul, Lovro Artukovic, Tarwuk, and Zlatan Vehabovic. For the last 6 years, she has focused on working with artist Olafur Eliasson as his righthand person, leading to collaborations with institutions such as Tate Modern London, Kunsthaus Zürich, Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb, Camera Austria Graz, and the Venice Biennial. Philanthropic foundations include the Lauba Foundation Zagreb, Adris Foundation, Fondation Beyeler, and the Bloomberg Philanthropies.