Authors

Artists and Authors

Schmitt, Peter

Peter Schmitt MA, born 1939, was deputy director of the Badische Landesmuseum Karlsruhe until 2004 and was responsible for the collection “Applied Arts from 1900”.

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Schobinger, Bernhard

Biography and lectureships 1946 Born in Zürich 1962-63 Attended Kunstgewerbeschule Zurich (preliminary course Johannes Itten) 1963 Failed entrance examination to the specialist course taught by

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Seif, Hadi

was born in Shiraz, Iran, in 1948. He is currently a senior researcher of Iranian arts. He also teaches several Iranian popular art courses to

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Seiwert, Wolf-Dieter

studied Arabic and economics at the Leipzig University Oriental Studies Institute and took his doctorate in ethnology at Moscow University. For many years he was

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Selvaggio, Rita

Born 1961 in Brindisi, Italy Art historian. Master’s degree in Art History, University of Florence, 1985 Further studies in Contemporary Art, University of Bologna, 1986-92,

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Sledziewski, Elisabeth G.

teaches political science, moral philosophy and bioethics at Paris-Est Créteil University, France. She has specialised in an anthropological approach of Western modernity, focused on the

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Slifkin, Robert

is Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York Uni-versity. He is the author of ‘Out of Time: Philip Guston

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Spindler, Konrad

completed his doctoral studies in prehistoric and protohistoric archaeology in Freiburg im Breisgau in 1970. From 1971 to 1974 he headed the DFG project Ausgrabung

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Stohler, Peter

b. 1967 in Belp (Switzerland) Peter Stohler studied art history, film studies and arts management. From 2005 he was head curator of the Haus für

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