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This Podcast is about my personal, but also about a lot of other peoples enthusiasm for art. What these people have in common is their love for art and their life with art. Art will be at the center of all our talks and as art touches on all parts of life - we talk all parts of life! I hope to get you on board, to inspire you and also to tell you interesting stories you might enjoy listening to. For more information follow us on instagram @voicesonart and @van_horn_duesseldorf or go to our w ...
 
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Brigitte Kölle, curator and head of collections of contemporary art at Hamburger Kunsthalle talks how she became first interested in art through one of her schoolmates, who went on to study art. She then took art classes herself before deciding to go into art history and cultural studies. She describes the art world of the late 1980s and 90s in det…
 
Julieta Aranda, Berlin based artist and filmmaker is since many years contributor, co-director and collaborator with Anton Vidokle of the online platform e-flux. She is also organizing this years conversations for Art Basel. Julieta has exhibited her works internationally including the Venice Biennial, Berlin Biennial, documenta, the Guggenheim etc…
 
Artist Tim Shaw founded, together with his partner Niamh White, a curator, Hospital Rooms after a close friend of them had to be hospitalized in a mental ward. Hospital Rooms brings great art into spaces where it is really making a difference - working with psychiatric units all over the UK. Listen to Tim’s truly inspiring story how artists and art…
 
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 …
 
For over 50 years, New York-based artist and activist 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 ge…
 
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 insecuriti…
 
“A WORLD WHERE I CAN THINK ANYTHING” This is a special Episode produced in collaboration with the Independent Art Fair, New York City. Artist and painter Maysha Mohamedi talks her background in science, the similiarities between science and art - and the differences. She gives a very clear analysis what it means for her to be an artist, her need to…
 
“I’M NEVER BORED” This is a special Episode produced in collaboration with the Independent Art Fair, New York City. Karla Knight, artist and painter based in Connecticut, is a force onto herself. In this Episode she talks her growing up in a family that was very interested in the otherworldly, the occult and the spiritual - which inspired Karla to …
 
This is a special Episode produced in collaboration with the Independent Art Fair, New York City. My guest is Nicelle Beauchene, founder of the eponymous gallery in New York, former president of the board of NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) and co-founder, with Franklin Parrasch, of Parts & Labor in Beacon. In this talk Nicelle covers her life, from…
 
This is a special Episode created in co-production with Independent Art fair, NYC. Hana Ward is a painter, ceramicist and founder of the ceramic brand Uno + Ichi from Los Angeles, California. Hana talks about how growing up in an artistic household helped her finding her own way into the arts. She witnessed an educational system in the US that - in…
 
This is a special Episode created in co-production with Independent Art fair, NYC. Susanne Zander, founder and co-owner - with Nicole Delmes - of Delmes Zander in Cologne talks in great detail not only about her personal story, but especially about the story of the so called "outsider artists", whose work is often misunderstood and not appreciated …
 
This is a special Episode created in co-production with Independent Art Fair, NYC. LaTiesha Fazakas, founder of the eponymous gallery for contemporary indigenous art in Vancouver, Canada tells her personal story. LaTiesha talks her childhood and youth, from growing up in a working class household, quitting highschool and becoming a teenage mom, to …
 
In this special Episode, created in collaboration with Independent Art Fair, my guest is Mills Morán, co-founder of the gallery Morán Morán with his brother Al and, together with collector Dean Valentine, of Felix Art Fair in Los Angeles. Mills talks about his childhood in El Salvador, the reasons the family had to leave the country and the differe…
 
A talk with Florian Peters-Messer, passionate collector of contemporary art. Florian co-curated the exhibitions "Fuck Your Fear" at VAN HORN in 2019 and "Empört Euch!/Time For Outrage" with Linda Peitz at Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf in 2020, where he also serves as member of the boards of the friends of the museum. Florian is the author of two books an…
 
My guest today is Joanna Kamm, Founder and Owner of the eponymous gallery from 2001 to 2014 in Berlin and since 2018 Director of Liste Art Fair, Basel. Joanna moved to Berlin in 1989, shortly before the wall came down. She talks about how that changed everything and that the atmosphere of "everything is possible" opened up many opportunities for a …
 
My guest today is Mareike Dittmer, Director of Public Engagement at TBA21-Academy, Zürich, Switzerland. Mareike's skill is communication and she takes us onto an elaborate journey through her life. In the first part of this Episode Mareike talks her upbringing in East Germany, why she first trained in banking before attending art school and her div…
 
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 pl…
 
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 per…
 
My guest for this talk is Elizabeth Dee, co-Founder of the Independent Art Fair and Director of the John Giorno Foundation. She ran her eponymous Gallery in NYC for 18 years and founded the X Intiative, from which Independent developed. Elizabeth now sees herself in a variety of roles - a Collector, an Artist, a Curator, a Teacher, a Lecturer, a St…
 
My guest today is Michael Zimmer, entrepreneur, investor, consultant, art collector, founder of the sculpture park „The Inhabited Garden“ and editor of the book „A Sculpture Garden.“ Michael is extensively involved in social issues and has initiated or founded various foundations to help people in need. We talk his upbringing and how through art he…
 
My guest today is Jennifer Higgie, writer and art critic. She has been Editor at Large for Frieze Magazine and is the host of Bowdown a wonderful Podcast about women in art history, she curated the Hayward touring and Arts Council exhibition „One Day, Something. Happens: Pictures of People“ and wrote and illustrated the children's book „There's Not…
 
Bettina Steinbrügge tells us how she got fascinated by art as a school kid, how she travelled Europe as a teenager with Interrail and saw all Picasso Museums and how she thinks an institution in the current times in the 2021 Century has to change and rethink to contribute to an ever changing society. We talk about the need for care and empathy, eco…
 
In this first Episode of 2021 I speak with Oliver Koerner von Gustorf, writer, curator and former co-owner of gallery September in Berlin. Oliver regularly contributes to Art Magazines like Monopol and the Feuilletons of the German Newspaper landscape. Recent articles include "30 Jahre deutsche Einheit (30 years German unification) - Pop life" abou…
 
In Episode 24 we talk about art and life - which is indistinguishably intertwined in the person of acclaimed painter Joanne Greenbaum. Painting since decades and knowing she is an artist since the age of 5, Greenbaum gives us an insight into painting, drawing and working with clay - through which she reveals to us who she is, how she thinks and how…
 
This a special episode in collaboration with Kunstpalast Düsseldorf. A conversation with acclaimed Artist, Professor and Winner of the Golden Lion at the Biennale di Venezia in 1999 - Monica Bonvicini. It is released on the occasion of her participation in the exhibition „Empört euch! / Time for Outrage, co-curated by Linda Peitz and Florian Peters…
 
In Episode 22 I speak with Alvin Hall, who is - amongst many other things - an avid collector of contemporary art by living artists, an internationally acclaimed financial educator, author and broadcaster. We talk his early years in poverty in the Panhandle of Florida, his first encounters with art, how looking at photography sharpened his visual s…
 
A conversation with David Nolan, founder of the eponymous gallery, passionate advocate for the arts and art collector himself. David covers the years from his upbringing in Ireland, his first jobs in art galleries in Cologne in the 80s and his move to New York. We talk art, art fairs, politics, the pandemic, Black Lives Matter, climate change and t…
 
ENGLISH VOICE OVER. A conversation with Dr. Natasha A. Kelly, Communication Sociologist, Author, Curator, Academic Activist, Storyteller, Afrofuturist and much more. It's an enlightening talk about her personal development and her use of various media to communicate colionalism, racism and sexism. We learn how storytelling shapes thought and action…
 
GERMAN OV. A conversation with Dr. Natasha A. Kelly, Communication Sociologist, Author, Curator, Academic Activist, Storyteller, Afrofuturist and much more. It's an enlightening talk about her personal development and her use of various media to communicate colionalism, racism and sexism. We learn how storytelling shapes thought and action - and ho…
 
NEW! VOICES ON ART Special for Kunstpalast. For a couple of weeks I will be talking with different people that are, each in their own way, connected to the Museum of the City of Düsseldorf - the Kunstpalast. My second guest for these special Episodes is Linda Peitz, writer, curator and founder of the collective CCCCCOMA. Together with Florian Peter…
 
NEW! VOICES ON ART Special for Kunstpalast. For the next 4 weeks I will be talking with different people that are, each in their own way, connected to Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Starting with a conversation with Dr. Felix Krämer, general director of Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf. Felix Krämer speaks about his upbringing as son of a photographer and a balle…
 
English voice over of the conversation with Dr. Nahlah Saimeh, acclaimed forensic psychiatrist and art afficionado, which was recorded on June 7, 2020. Dr. Saimeh speaks about her research on radicalisation from the point of view of a forensic psychiatrist, her passion for art, the spiritual roots of religion - and art - and about the invaluable me…
 
A conversation about her work with Cologne based artist Ulrike Schulze. Before Ulrike speaks about her current solo-show „Spectre“ at VAN HORN she relates her early studies at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, if and how her teachers had an impact on the development of her work and how she herself encounters and converses with her sculptures. Recorded …
 
English voice over of a conversation with Prof. Dr. Susanne Gaensheimer, since 2017 Director of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, K20/K21 in Düsseldorf. Susanne also curated the German pavilion of the Biennale di Venezia 2011, which was originally planned to be designed by Christoph Schlingensief. The pavilion received the "Golden Lion", the h…
 
A conversation with Prof. Dr. Susanne Gaensheimer, since 2017 Director of the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, K20/K21 in Düsseldorf. Susanne also curated the German pavilion of the Biennale di Venezia 2011, which was originally planned to be designed by Christoph Schlingensief. The pavilion received the "Golden Lion", the highest award of the Bi…
 
A conversation with Matthew Burrows, UK based artist, founder and director of Artist Support Pledge. Matthew speaks about community, generosity, trust, sharing and the values he established when founding Artist Support Projects and, in times of Corona, Artist Support Pledge. He speaks about the eternal value of culture, how he developed the knowled…
 
A conversation with Henning Boecker, Professor for Clinical Functional Neuro Imaging at the University of Bonn and at the German Center for Neuro Degenerative Disease in Bonn, collector of contemporary art and co-founder of Espace Sauvage in Düsseldorf. Henning speaks about his scientific research, about the effects art and music can have on the br…
 
A conversation with artist and activist Katie Holten. Katie lives between New York City and Ireland and right now is quarantined in California. She speaks about nature connected to her practice of drawing , how drawing helps understanding her relationship with the world and how it is her way of telling stories. She speaks about exhibitions and proj…
 
A conversation with Matt Packer, Director of EVA, Ireland's Biennial. Matt lives and works in Limerick, Ireland. Matt tells us about his studies of documentary photography as a young man, his becoming a curator and how being a parent changed his view of the world. He tells us about the plans for EVA in difficult times and shares a lot of thoughts o…
 
A conversation with Rita McBride, Artist, Professor and former Director of Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Rita lives between Los Angeles and Düsseldorf. Rita speaks about her early interest in public art, the importance of openness and collaboration in her artistic practice, the influence the teachings of the 60s and 70s had on her, the freedom they pro…
 
A conversation with Andrew Renton, Professor of curating at Goldsmiths, University of London, writer, curator and relentless advocate for the arts. Andrew speaks passionately about his obsession with art, his strong belief in the discipline of curating, his involvement in the building of the GCCA, his admiration of the artists support pledge by Mat…
 
A conversation with Robert Müller-Grünow, founder of "Scentcommunication", author of the book "The secret power of scents" and lover of art. With his company he is one of the pioneers of scent developing and marketing in Germany and is also very active with the friends of Museum Ludwig in Cologne. Robert speaks about the psychology and physiology o…
 
A conversation with Jessica and Evrim Oralkan, the founders of "Collecteurs", the world’s first digital museum of private collections, whose offices are based in New York City. Jessica and Evrim speak in depth about the inspirations, ideas and aims to found this special digital platform as collectors for other collectors, they give their opinion on…
 
A conversation with Nicole Berry, executive Director of The Armory Show, New York's premier art fair. Nicole speaks about the current situation in New York City, new ideas and projects of The Armory Show and how the fair supports it's galleries. The art community, the desire to see real art and the digital shift, the impact of art in public space, …
 
A conversation with the internationally acclaimed pianist, composer and experimental musician Volker Bertelmann aka Hauschka. He speaks about his different artistic identities, his recent and upcoming projects, his connection with the artworld and his ecological engagement. June 2020, 45 min., Language: English…
 
A conversation with Dr. Nahlah Saimeh, acclaimed forensic psychiatrist and art afficionado. Dr. Saimeh speaks about her research on radicalisation from the point of view of a forensic psychiatrist, her passion for art, the spiritual roots of religion - and art - and about the invaluable meaning art and artists have for a civilized society. June 202…
 
A conversation with Carolin Scharpff-Striebich, collector of contemporary art and Director of The Scharpff Collection and the Scharpff Family Foundation. Carolin talks about her upbringing with collecting parents, her personal connection with art, her ideas for developing the collection and many more things. She gives us an insightful glimpse into …
 
New York City based artist Wendy White tells us her story how she became an artist, what her inspirations and aspirations are and what she is engaged with right now. She shares some personal and insightful observations into making and reflecting about art and the processes that are just starting to be instigated in this special time. May 2020, 38 m…
 
A conversation with Andrew Jensen, the founder and co-owner of the galleries Fox Jensen McCrory in Auckland, NZ and Fox Jensen in Sydney, AUS. Andrew tells us about the history of the gallery and how he developed into being a gallerist as a young man. He continues with narrating about how his visions and ideas for the gallery evolved in the past 32…
 
For this first VAN HORN Podcast I welcome the artist Henrike Naumann, whose work "Das Reich" is on view in the exhibition "Deutschland" at VAN HORN in Düsseldorf through end of June 2020 and Bettina Steinbrügge, the director of Kunstverein Hamburg. Henrike Naumann tells us about the way she researches for her art, what makes her think and inspires …
 
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