Artists and Authors
Cecilie Malm Brundtland, Harriet
born 1961 EDUCATION 1995 Master of Art (Mag.Art.) – University of Oslo 1995): From Flight towards Confrontation. A contribution to the understanding of Knut Rose’s
is an international jewellery historian, scholarly author and lecturer. Her extensive publications range from Antiquity to the present day, such as the jewellery collection of
independent art historian, living in Lac-Brome, Quebec, Canada, who specializes in European porcelain; her other interests include culinary history and theater history. She was the
Ralf Christofori graduated in art history and philosophy followed by a PHD in art history in 2003. In 2005 he published his dissertation ‘Bild –
Compaoré, Ouagadougou/Burkina Faso, Robert
Victor & Robert Compaoré © Pierre Pfiffner, La Chaux-de-Fonds Robert Compaoré © Pierre Pfiffner, La Chaux-de-Fonds Artist of the following publication: AFRICA IN
Cunningham, Michael R.
A graduate in Far Eastern Art History from the University of Chicago, Michael R. Cunningham served as curator of Japanese and Korean Art as well
DAVID HUYCKE’S (b. 1967) work is shown in galleries and museums worldwide, such as the Design Museum Gent (BE), Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK),
Dechant, Robert E.
Defner, Elisabeth J.
1931 Born in Innsbruck, Austria 1961 Diploma, Academy of Applied Arts, Vienna Works in museums and collections: Vienna, Pforzheim, Prague, Graz, Cologne, Edinburgh Awards: 1967
den Besten, Liesbeth
Liesbeth den Besten is an independent art historian who is working internationally as a writer, curator, advisor, jury member, exhibition maker, teacher and lecturer in
Born 1960 in Duisburg. Served an apprenticeship as a compositor and offset printer. Trained as a copperplate printer. Studied object and room design in Dortmund.
1952 born in Bayreuth, Germany 1986-1988 Lecturer at the Fachhochschule für Gestaltung, Pforzheim, Germany 1991 Lectureship at the Fachhochschule für Design, Düsseldorf 1991, 1993 Lecturer