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Art history is at the center of my professional life. Many of my projects circle around art history. My work as writer and translator and editor, along with writing art history, are the cornerstones. Curating and exhibition openings are also an important part of being an Art Historian for me.
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Dr. Renée Gadsden's opening speech to the exhibition of Rupert Huber's ...Read More
In her exhibition at the Tulln art workshop, Maria Temnitschka showed selected works from the three-part cycle "lost in time" ...Read More
Ahead of the Game was the visual art exhibition and highlight of the kopf.head.glava cultural project of the Kunstverein Kärnten ...Read More
The alleged goal of the course “Political Theory as Art Theory" was to examine both political and art theory texts ...Read More
Sterling Ruby (born 1972, lives and works in Los Angeles) is one of the most controversial and unpredictable American artists ...Read More
On October 7, 2015 Prof. Dr. Angela Davis held a rap session with Dr. Renée Gadsden at the University of ...Read More
Szilvia Ortlieb is able to transform anger into art. Out of that context rises her art, a poststructuralist feminist approach ...Read More
On October 25, 2016 Associate Professor Edgar Arceneaux (University of Southern California Roski School of Art and Design) held a ...Read More
It is boredom that brings despair, boredom that we are trying to escape from every single day, is it not? ...Read More
Pauline Marcelle is a contemporary artist, in the literal sense of the word. Her art is focused on and inspired ...Read More
Without considering pre-historic cave painting, egg tempera is, after encaustic, the oldest painting technique known. Favored by the ancient Greeks ...Read More
Cornelia Caufmann is not only an ally of Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory and time, the poem Mnemosyne by Friedrich ...Read More