INTERVIEW WITH ART CURATOR, ANIKO OUWENEEL
In today’s episode we draw back the curtain and take a look at the role and work of an art curator.
Aniko Ouweneel shares her unique story of how she uniquely weaves together her expertise as a cultural historian and her vast experience as an art curator.
She has co-organized and designed more than 30 exhibitions, she has juried art shows, authored books, lectures at universities and writes a regular art blog.
She is a member of the A. Toth Sander Art Foundation in which she treasures the art of her grandfather, A. Toth Sander; safeguarding the legacy of this world renown avant garde artist who exhibited with artists like Picasso and Leger.
It is safe to say that she is an expert in her field and has art deeply rooted in her DNA.
Recently I had the privilege to work closely with her when she commissioned one of my textile installations for an exhibition celebrating the 700th year of city rights of Culemborg in The Netherlands.
I experienced first hand, how the role of the curator, artist and theme intertwine to compose an art exhibition.
In this episode Aniko Ouweneel shares more about:
Find out more about Aniko and her work:
Stations of the Cross
Impressions of Artist Guler Ates - Project Stations of the Cross
Detail of wallpaper filled with stories of refugees
Veiled woman: Photo by Guler Ates
Book by Avant Garde Artist, A. Toth Sandor (Aniko's grandfather)
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