Every two months Kasper König, one of the outstanding personalities of the international art world and long-time director of renowned exhibition venues, such as Portikus in Frankfurt am Main or Museum Ludwig in Cologne, meets selected artists and curators for a panel discussion. His guest in March is Joanna Warsza. Born in Warsaw in 1976 and based in Berlin, the curator primarily deals with social and political topics, which she frequently locates in public spaces. In dialogue with König, she will publicly present the programme of ‘Public Art Munich’ for the first time, of which she is the director, and which can be seen from 30 April-27 July 2018 in Munich. Joanna Warsza is head of the CuratorLab at the Konstfack University in Stockholm. Her previous curatorial projects include the Georgian Pavilion of the 55th Venice Biennale, the public art programme of Manifesta 10 in St. Petersburg, and the exhibition “Finnish Landscape” in Helsinki.