Episode 71 / Interior Exotics | WENDY WHITE & DANIELA STEINFELD, a talk about art, life and an exhibition at VAN HORN, Düsseldorf
Episode 70 / Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen | PATRIZIA DANDER, head of the curatorial department
This is a special anniversary Episode, our 70th release and the first one in 2023 – therefore it is with a special person. Patrizia Dander recently took on the post of head of the curatorial department at the acclaimed Kunstsammlung NRW K20K21 in Düsseldorf. Her path into the arts was an individual and unusual one. Always being interested in the humanities, she first started studying psychology and more and more discovered how art not only fulfilled a personal inclination, but also gave her new insights and instilled a deep curiosity, that didn’t leave her until today. Patrizia talks her early life, her fathers interest in art, how she left her studies for an internship at the Kunstverein in Düsseldorf, how the support of people and the collaboration with them shaped and paved her way into the arts and how she was learning by doing. Patricia covers her career stations from the beginnings and talks in depth about each space and institution. She openly gives insights about the possibilities and challenges she faced at the respective institutions and what her attitude is in dealing with new spaces and situations.
46 min., recorded December 22, 2022, language english.
Episode 69 / Mills Moran asks Daniela Steinfeld | Owner VAN HORN Gallery & Host Voices On Art Podcast
This is the first Episode after a winter break and the last one of 2022. It‘s a special one indeed, hosted by Mills Morán. I am switching sides, being the guest interviewed by Mills. We talk my upringing, my first encounters with art and which meandering path I took from being an artist to becoming a gallerist and Podcast host – and all the steps on the way. We also touch on our friendship, which came to us through this Podcast and how communication and the words we use change our interaction with the world and our relationship with people. As always, art is at the beginning and the end of our conversation.
Episode 68 / Museum Folkwang | PETER GORSCHLÜTER, Director, Essen
35 min., recorded Sep. 19, 2022, language english.
Peter Gorschlüter, director of Museum Folkwang in Essen since 2018, is one of the youngest museum directors in Germany. Peter talks his early, formative years, growing up in a household with an affinity for culture. He talks his almost becoming a gallerist and how unexpectedly then the course was set to pursue a career as curator – and later director – of art institutions. He talks in depth about his working in different international art institutions through the years with a focus on developing an approach for Museum Folkwang that honors the history of the museum, as well as opens up new ways in corresponding with the time and the needs of the people. The demuseumization of the museum is an essential question for him and he would like to transfer the Folkwang (= hall of the people) vision of the museum founder Karl Ernst Osthaus into our times, thinking across genres and and epochs. Therefore he considers participation, transparency and putting people in the center of attention to be very important tasks. He sees himself not only as museum manager, but also as someone who intitiates content impulses.
Peter studied Theater, Film and Television Studies, also German Studies and Philosophy in Cologne. He started organizing exhibitions early on, worked at a gallery for contemporary art and then was invited to the post of curator and research assistant at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf. He spent some important years being chief curator of Tate Liverpool where he headed the Collection and Exhibitions Department. In 2010 he was co-curator of the Liverpool Biennial. After that he was appointed as deputy director of the Museum für Moderne Kunst MMK in Frankfurt a.M. from 2010 to 2018. Since 2018 he works as director of the internationally acclaimed Museum Folkwang in Essen. In 2021 Peter was awarded an honorary professorship for „Art and the Public“ at the Folkwang University of the Arts.
Photo credit: Peter Gorschlüter, Direktor Museum Folkwang, Foto: Tanja Lamers (BILD IM AUSSTELLUNGSKONTEXT)
Shownotes (mostly german):
#VoicesOnArt #VanHornGallery #Podcast #PeterGorschlueter #MuseumFolkwang #Art #Talk #Storytelling
Episode 67 / Art and the market | MAGNUS RESCH, Professor, Entrepeneur, Author, News York City
Recorded 13 September, 2022, 46 min., language english
Dr. Magnus Resch is passionate about the economics of the art market. He studied at Harvard, the London School of Economics and the University of St. Gallen, holds a Ph.D. in economics and was awarded scholarships by both the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and the Swiss National Foundation. He is Professor at Yale University and one of the world’s leading art market economists. He is also a bestselling book author and serial entrepreneur. Magnus published in Science, the world’s leading academic journal, and has written seven books on the art market, including three bestsellers. In this Episode Magnus talks his personal background and his take on buying art as a monetary investment vs. buying art as investment into ones emotional wellbeing vs. buying art to support a community of artists and galleries. His school days in Düsseldorf, which he spent opposite the world famous Kunstakademie, gave him the opportunity to meet a group of young art students that became his friends and later on well known artists themselves. Meeting these artists made him realize how hard it is to be successful as an artist and let him develop the ideas that led to his books, lectures and courses. He finds very clear words on what works – and what doesn’t – in an art market that includes (and excludes) many different players and how those different players have to develop their own strategies to achieve success. Articles, Podcasts and all information on Magnus on his website: www.magnusresch.com/ Instagram @magnusresch
Episode 66 / Museum Abteiberg | SUSANNE TITZ, Director, Mönchengladbach
Recorded 22 August, 2022, 43 min., language english, Portrait by Stefanie Genenger
The Museum and the City. Since 2004 Susanne Titz is director of Museum Abteiberg, the Museum of the City of Mönchengladbach, which is known internationally for it’s unique architecture and also the special collection it holds. Susanne talks her early fascination with art as experience, art as part of life. She talks in depth the role space and architecture play to exhibit and also understand art and the different approaches the Museum develops to reach it’s diverse audiences. The team of Museum Abteiberg creates multifaceted exhibition and educational formats and establishes deep connections to the civic community of the city, it’s people, the schools, the administration and politics etc. to ensure the Museums relevance for the society of the future. For her, contemporary art and the artists that create it are role models for young people to experience freedom of spirit, empowerment and building a hopeful future. The Museum therefore provides a space – physically as well as psychologically – in which these other visions of society and humanity can be experienced.
Recorded 22 August, 2022, 43 min., language english, Portrait photo Stefanie Genenger
Shownotes (mostly german):
#VoicesOnArt #VanHornGallery #Podcast #DanielaSteinfeld #SusanneTitz #MuseumAbteiberg
Episode 65 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Expo Chicago | TONY KARMAN | President and Founder Recorded between Chicago and the Island of Sylt on 17 July, 2022, 40 min., language english.
Episode 64 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / New Art Dealers Alliance | HEATHER HUBBS, Director, NADA, New York City
Recorded July 6, 2022, 33 min., language english
Portrait photo by Emily Assiran for Observer
Episode 63 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Thinking photography | THOMAS SEELIG, Head of the Photographic Collection at Museum Folkwang, Essen
44 min.,recorded 3 June, 2022, language english
Portrait photo by Anne Morgenstern
Episode 62 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Narrating bodies | POLA SIEVERDING, artist and curator, Berlin, recorded 19 May 2022, 29 min., language english.
Portrait Photo by Marc Comes, Berlin
Episode 61 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Around the world | ESTHER SCHIPPER, founder and CEO of the eponymous gallery, Berlin
Recorded May 3, 2022, 55 min., Language english
Episode 60 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / A Gentil Carioca | MARCIO BOTNER, gallerist, artist, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo
Recorded March 16, 2022, 32 min., language english
My guest today is Marcio Botner, gallerist, artist and co-founder – together with artist collegues Ernesto Neto and Laura Lima – of A Gentil Carioca, since 2003 Rio de Janeiro based gallery which recently opened a branch in Sao Paulo. A Gentil Carioca is a unique intitiative in Brasil.
Marcio talks the the special spirit of an artist founded gallery and the initial impulse that made them embark on such an enterprise. From it’s beginning on the gallery initiated community projects and Marcio talks the importance of community, dedication and location. He thinks the more people from different cultures and backgrounds mix, the more ideas are exchanged and discussions stimulated, the better we will understand each other and ultimately create a better life together. Marcio gives a brief insight into the projects of the past 20 years, how the gallery developed new concepts in the past two years and how they will continue to do so. A Gentil Carioca is an influential cultural hub in Brazil, an important part of the brazilian cultural scene as well as participant in the greater global art world. Marcio talks in depth the importance of art fairs for the gallery. To him fairs are more than commercial market places, they enable people to meet and mingle, to exchange ideas and collaborate in creating new art and cultural projects together and also to bring brazilian artists abroad and new ideas back. Marcio talks the importance of continuity, independence, liberty and love for what you do to create a great gallery. He believes that art can open up our perspective on life, bring people together in different ways and ultimately change our way of living.
At Independent A Gentil Carioca will present in a debut exhibition works by brazilian based artist Vinicius Gerheim.
Recorded March 16, 2022, 32 min., Language english.
This Podcast comes to you for free. If you enjoyed it and in the light of the current war in Ukraine we kindly ask you to consider donating to a cause of your choice to support the victims of war in the Ukraine. Voices On Art and Independent New York will each make a matching donation in partnership with Ukraine. You find a link to a guide how to support Ukraine that includes several organisations that provide support to the people in the Ukraine below in the shownotes. You find the section about donations in the lower half of the text. Ukraine help https://www.heise.de/hintergrund/Donations-VPN-Refugee-Aid-a-guide-to-support-Ukraine-6527106.html #voicesonart #independentnewyork #peternadin #offparadise #vanhorngallery #danielasteinfeld #podcast #stopwar #standwithukraine
Episode 59 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Getting to the bottom of things | PETER NADIN, artist and farmer, NYC and the Catskills
Recorded March 15, 2022, 39 min., language english. Portrait photo by Alon Koppel.
Episode 58 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Chasing the experience | RJ MESSINEO, painter, Massachusetts and New York City
Recorded April 12, 2022, 36 min., language english.
In this Episode painter RJ Messineo talks the „Aha“ moment when they realized that drawing can be a way to transcend things and creating new experiences. RJ craves the experience of painting, the state of being it evokes, like sugar. RJ talks in depth the process of working in the studio, the material connection they have with painting, the construction of their work and how their physical limitations after an accident made them have to find new ways to construct works and therefore created opportunity from hindrance. Observation, physicality, the scale, the space of the studio and the time it takes to observe and make it, the season in which a painting is created – all of this play a crucial role for the artist. They understand paintings as a kind of motor that propel themselves forward and RJ follows them by listening in the spirit of receiving and paying attention to the process. Painting is what they do, it get’s them through the days and years, step by step on to the next thing.
RJ will have a solo presentation of their new works with Morán Morán at the uopcoming Independent New York.
Recorded March 14, 2022, 35 min., language english.
This Podcast comes to you for free. If you enjoyed it and in the light of the current war in Ukraine we kindly ask you to consider donating to a cause of your choice to support the victims of war in the Ukraine. Voices On Art and Independent New York will each make a matching donation in partnership with Ukraine. You find a link to a guide how to support Ukraine that includes several organisations that provide support to the people in the Ukraine below in the shownotes. You find the section about donations in the lower half of the text.
Ukraine help https://www.heise.de/hintergrund/Donations-VPN-Refugee-Aid-a-guide-to-support-Ukraine-6527106.html
#voicesonart #independentnewyork #rjmessineo #moranmoran #vanhorngallery #danielasteinfeld #podcast #stopwar #supportukraine
Episode 57 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Back to the future | NICK OLNEY, Director, Kasmin Gallery, New York City
Episode 56 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Ancient and modern | AUDIE MURRAY, artist, Regina, Canada
This is a special episode created in collaboration with Independent New York for the OVR of the upcoming edition of the fair from May 5, 2022 on.
Episode 55 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Messenger of Art | FRANK MARESCA, Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York City
This is a special episode created in collaboration with Independent New York for the OVR of the upcoming edition of the fair from May 5, 2022 on. Recorded March 22, 2022, 43 min., language english
#voicesonart #independentnewyork #frankmaresca #riccomaresca #paddybedford #vanhorngallery #danielasteinfeld #podcast
https://www.riccomaresca.com/ Interview with Frank Maresca https://www.jenniferlaurengallery.com/projects/frank-maresca-interview
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Episode 54 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Here and Now | SOPHIE BARBER, artist, Hastings, UK
This is a special episode created in collaboration with Independent New York for the OVR of the upcoming edition of the fair from May 5, 2022 on. South Essex based artist Sophie Barber *1996 will show her new paintings in a solo-presentation at the booth of Alison Jacques, which marks her debut in the US. Recorded March 7, 2022, 30 min., language english
Episode 53 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Following the images | Jennifer Bolande, artist and professor, Los Angeles
This is a special episode created in collaboration with Independent New York for the OVR of the upcoming edition of the fair from May 5, 2022 on. Jennifer Bolande, Los Angeles based artist and Professor of new genres at the art department of the UCLA will present an overview of her works with Magenta plains. Recorded March 6, 2022, 37 min., language english
Episode 52 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Bringing people together | KATHLEEN RAHN, Director Marta Herford
Recorded January 25, 2022, 39 min., Language english.
Portrait photo by Birgit Streicher, Kunstverein Hannover 2020
In February 2022 Kathleen Rahn, former Director of Kunstverein Hannover, takes on her new post as Director of the Museum Marta Herford. In our conversation Kathleen talks her background, coming from a family with deep interest in music and being taken to exhibitions early on in her life. Kathleen talks the different stages of her career in the arts, how important it was to meet artists during her studies in Kassel, what she learned from them and how she applies these learnings even to her exhibition making today. During her years as Curator and Director she regularly moved to different places, each place needing an adjusted approach to address cultural, architectural, geographical differences and also differences in mentality. She reflects on what is needed to run an art institution today to build a fruitful future and how important it is to include everybody involved – the artists, the team at the Museum and the regional as well as the international public and to still make space to having a private life and a family. Kathleen is deeply interested in communication and wants to bring people together.
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The new Museum Kathleen will be heading from today on
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Episode 51 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Encouraging people to look | BRIAN BUTLER, Founder and Owner of 1301PE, Los Angeles
Recorded January 14, 2022, 52 Min., Language english
Episode 50 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Accessing New Territories – PHILIPP KAISER, Partner and President, Marian Goodman Galleries
44 min., recorded December 17, 2021, language english
Episode 49 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Layers of Meaning – ANYS REIMANN, artist, Düsseldorf
35 min., recorded Dec. 18, 2021, language: english
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Episode 49, 35 min., recorded November 18, 2021, Language: englishMore about Anys art here in the shownotes:Instagram @anysreimann
„Attempts To Be Many“, exhibition at Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf, on view through Jan. 23, 2022
Anys on the VAN HORN website
Interview with Anys at WDR Mediathek / WestArt (from min. 20:00)
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Episode 48 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Paintings with body – MEG LIPKE, artist, Brooklyn
Recorded November 17, 2021, 39 min., Language: english.
Episode 47 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Rearranging the collection – BRIGITTE KÖLLE, curator, head of collections for contemporary art at Hamburger Kunsthalle
Recorded November 18, 2021, 35 min., language english
Episode 46 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Work beyond words – JULIETA ARANDA, artist, filmmaker, co-Director of e-Flux.
Recorded November 4, 2021, 36 min., Language english
Episode 45 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Hospital Rooms – TIM SHAW, artist and co-founder, London, recorded October 18, 2021, 35 min., language english.
Episode 44 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / THE RIGHT FRACTURES – ALAIN SERVAIS, collector of contemporary art, Belgium, recorded September 30, 2021, 57 min., language english
Coming from finance and with a deep rooted interest in the arts, politics, sociology, philosophy and the humanities, collector Alain Servais speaks his mind and does not hold back. He talks finding his own voice and becoming really good at something by having the right fractures. He found himself in art because it opened his mind to new dimensions and new kinds of people. Being exposed to other people’s view of the world greatly improved his vision of the world. Art for him is not contemplation or pleasure, art is having to make an effort, to work on oneself and pushing oneself to the limit – to feeling comfortable being uncomfortable. He is especially interested in contemporary art, young art, the art that needs to be preserved today because nobody understands or values it. By collecting it he is preserving a slice of humanity. Art changed his life and for him art is a way of living, not separated from life, politics and the larger society. Recorded September 30, 2021, 57 min., language english
Episode 43 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Judith Bernstein, artist and activist, New York City
Recorded 23 September 2021, 45 min., language english.
For over 50 years, New York-based artist Judith Bernstein has created expressive drawings and paintings that boldly critique militarism and machismo in a manner that is at once humorous and threatening. Since graduating from Yale in 1967, Bernstein has developed a reputation as one of the most unwaveringly provocative artists of her generation. Steadfast in her cultural, political and social critique she surged into art world prominence in the early 1970s with her monumental charcoal drawings of penis-screw hybrids. In this Episode Judith talks the inspiration of men’s bathrooms, the glass ceiling women had to face in the artworld of the 60s and 70s, the founding of A.I.R. the first all women’s art gallery, her rage at injustice and her partcipating in activist groups like the Guerilla Girls. She talks her family background, her first exhibitions, the long years of being out in the water, her coming back and her upcoming exhibitions and she reveals that the strongest relationship in the world she has is with art.
Episode 42 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Vito Schnabel, gallerist, art dealer, curator
recorded August 10, 2021, 33 min., language english.
This is a special Episode produced in collaboration with the Independent Art Fair, New York City. Vito Schnabel, art dealer, gallerist and curator, with gallery branches in New York City and St. Moritz, talks his early years and young adulthood, playing Basketball on the streets of New York City and visiting art exhibitions. He talks his insecurities and challenges and how those helped him to grow. He shares how the dialogue with his sister Lola, who is an artist, and her artist friends shaped his own understanding of art and highlights how important the support of his mother and her belief in him was. He relates how him being open, listening intently and evaluating what happened around him helped him finding his own language in the arts. Early on he started curating and met important artists like Ron Gorchov or the great René Ricard who became friends and mentors and whose expertise and wisdom he was soaking up and valued greatly. Vito talks friendship, his passion for painting and their capacity to be portals also in the 21st Century for anybody who wants to see. This years Independent Art Fair will be the first fair Vito is attending in his home town. There he will show new paintings by extraordinary painter Jorge Galindo in a solo-presentation.
Episode 41 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Maysha Mohamedi, artist & painter, Los Angeles,
recorded Aug. 3, 2021, 42 min., language english
Episode 40 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Karla Knight, artist and painter, Connecticut, recorded 21 July, 2031, 31 min., language english
Episode 39 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Nicelle Beauchene, founder of the eponymus gallery for contemporary art, New York City. Recorded July 22, 2021, 36 min., Language: english
Episode 38 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Hana Ward, artist, painter and founder of the ceramic brand Uno + Ichi, Los Angeles. Recorded June 23, 2021, 32 min., Language: english
Episode 37 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Susanne Zander, founder and co-owner of Delmes Zander, Cologne, Germany
This talk will also be part of the Independent Art Fair’s OVR in September 2021.
Recorded June 16, 2021, 38 min., Language: english
Episode 36 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with LaTiesha Fazakas, Gallery for Contemporary Indigenous Art, Vancouver, Canada.
This talk will be also part of the Independent Art Fair OVR in September 2021.
Recorded June 12, 2021, 47 min., Language: english
Episode 35 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / INDEPENDENT SPECIAL with Mills Morán, gallerist, co-founder of Morán Morán and Felix Art Fair, Los Angeles
Recorded June 3, 2021, 38 min. Language: english
Episode 34 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Florian Peters-Messer, Collector of Contemporary Art, Viersen, Germany
Recorded May 9, 2021, 42 min, Language: English
Episode 33 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Joanna Kamm, Director of Liste Art Fair, Basel
Episode 33, recorded March 15, 2021, 31 min. Language: english
Episode 32 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Mareike Dittmer, Director of Public Engagement at TBA21-Academy, Zürich, Switzerland
Recorded April 15, 2021. 53 min. Language: english
Episode 31 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Grant Wahlquist, gallerist, writer, curator, Portland, Maine
March 2021, 36 min., Language: english
There are as many ways to become a gallery owner as there are galleries. A perfect example of somebody who treaded a completely individual path is my current guest Grant Wahlquist, owner of the eponymous gallery for contemporary art in Portland, Maine since 2017.
Grant has a broad education and studied a variety of topics. He seriously learned to play classical piano for 15 years, holds degrees in Philosophy, Art and Religion and even attended the fuller theological seminary.
Grant is a doctor of law, he was an associate at a law firm and worked as a freelance attorney before he became an art critic and a curatorial assistant at the Orange County Museum of Art, where he worked on exhibitions by artists like i.e. Peter Saul and Mary Heilman.
Grant talks about his studies and inclinations as a young man, the opportunities and challenges of opening a gallery outside of the big commercial hubs, his fascination with mid-career artists and how to combine business with cultural and philosophical integrity.
It’s a pleasure to listen to his reflections and insights about art, the gallery business and living a good life.
Episode 30 / VOICES ON ART – The VAN HORN Gallery Podcast / Haley Mellin, painter and land conservationist, founder of „Art into Acres“.
A 38 min. in-depth talk with Haley, plus an extra 10 minutes of Haley Mellin interviewing Daniela Steinfeld. Recorded March 24, full length 49 min. Language: English.
In this talk, my guest is Haley Mellin, a painter and land conservationist. Haley founded „Art into Acres“, a non-profit initiative supporting artists and artworks in conserving large-scale landscapes for a positive impact on climate, biodiversity and irreplaceable ecosystems. She also founded conserve.org as a platform for people to be able to permanently conserve a single acre of land for the cost of a dinner out.
Her own painting practice happens „on the road“ while attending to conservation projects. She’s working with institutions like Hauser & Wirth, MOMA PS1, MOCA L.A., the Guggenheim and – very recently – the Kunstmuseum Bonn, to name just a few. A large part of her work is dedicated to supporting artists and smaller organisations like non-profits or galleries with their carbon footprints and how to reduce them.
Being an artist, she is the perfect intermediary between the land conservation organisations and the art world and entertains strong, trustful relations with the artists that donate their artworks and participants from the art community who are learning and looking into their carbon emissions through calculation and reduction approaches.
We discuss her upbringing and love for being outdoors, nurtured by her father, who held the view that „giving back is a large part of being alive.“ We talk about how she started painting and exhibiting at a young age and how art and conservation interlace in her life and practice. She shares her profound knowledge and deep insights into how art and conservation, both meant to last, go hand in hand.
This talk celebrates the 30th Episode of „Voices On Art,“ with Haley Mellin as a special guest and with a small „bonus track“: Haley unexpectedly started asking me questions herself.