Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, February 21
Carol Szymanski

Carol Szymanski, born in Charlotte, NC. Lives and works in NYC on the Lower East Side. MFA, San Francisco Art Institute; Whitney Museum Studio Program. For Szymanski, art is a form of translation, a way of recoding and transmitting messages received from other sources and transforming them in the process. Interpreting linguistic signs by non-linguistic systems…

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Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, February 14
Mary Angela Schroth

Mary Angela Schroth was born in Winchester, Virginia (USA); graduate of Radford University with a double B.A. degree in Classical Studies and English Literature together with a minor in Art History. Worked for CBS News in New York from 1971 to 1976 as assistant to Walter Cronkite. Transferred to Caen (France) in 1977 for French…

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Art World Demystified

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


Sunday, February 7
Sue Carlson

Sue Carlson earned an MFA in visual art from CAL-ARTS in 1982 and a BA in classical music performance from Case Western Reserve University in 1978. During the 1980’s she trained as a painter by assisting in the studios of Elizabeth Murray and Lucio Pozzi.  Her work has been shown at the Sardegna Arte Fiere…

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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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