Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 31
Georg Kargl

In June 1998 the Georg Kargl Fine Arts Gallery with an exhibition space of more than 350 m² on 3 levels was opened in Schleifmühlgasse, which has recently developed into one of Vienna’s most renowned gallery districts. Since then Georg Kargl has not only focused on continuous exhibition activities but also on positioning and placing contemporary…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 24
Natalie Hope O’Donnell

Natalie Hope O’Donnell is a curator at the Munch Museum in Oslo, and project leader of the museum’s off-site contemporary art programme, Munchmuseet on the Move. Her educational background includes a BA in Modern History and Politics from the University of Oxford (2002) and an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 17
Alex Hamilton

After graduating from Canberra School of Art, playing in bands, and then exhibiting drawing and bookworks in Australia, Alex moved to various countries where he was offered residencies including a Fellow at the Prague Academy of Fine Arts (1992/3), Artist in Residence Glasgow School of Art (1993/4), Artist in Residence Kunstlerhaus Salzburg (1994), Artist at…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 10
Manzur Kargar

Manzur Kargar was born in 1965 in Kabul, Afghanistan. From 1988 – 1991 he studied painting at the University of Fine Arts (HBK) Braunschweig and from 1991 – 1992 at the University of Fine Arts (udk) Berlin. He has lived and worked in Berlin since 1996, with periodical stays in Los Angeles and New York.…

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Art World Demystified

Interviews with major figures in the arts, such as Pablo Picasso’s favorite brush.


Sunday, January 3
Natasha Johns-Messenger

Natasha Johns-Messenger is an Australian born American artist and filmmaker based in New York. She is best known for her large-scale site-determined sculptures/installations that examine spatial perception, phenomenology and light. Often, her work is a complex process of imitation, illusion and trickery activated by architectural interventions and optical physics. She employs the principles of architecture…

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