Dr. Barbara Jenner
Dr. Barbara Jenner is an art historian and independent curator. She studied tapestry (textile design) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, completing a doctorate on early cinematography and its relation to painting and photography in 2012. She then worked for galleries and exhibitions, realizing several projects in the art sector. In 2015, she co-founded the online gallery Five & Dime- Limited Editions and Multiples. Since 2016, she has been working for the Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft (Association of Arts and Culture of the German Economy at the Federation of German Industries) in the sector for fine arts.
Adrianne Rubenstein is an artist and curator based in New York. She received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and design in 2006 and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2011. Solo exhibitions and curatorial projects followed. Rubenstein’s exhibitions have been covered by Artforum, W Magazine, The New York Times and New York Observer.
Furthermore she is one of the directors of CANADA gallery in New York.
Petra Dregger owns a M.A. In communication, psychology and sociology. As a communication adviser for national and international companies she has been in charge of cooperation swith many artists and cultural institutions. Since 2008 she has been a free-lance art advisor, since 2012 she has has been part of the committee of Momentum – The global platform for Time-Based Art: Video, New Media, Performance and Sound – and since 2016 she has been curator for the Penz Collection.
Katharina Pilz studied art history and history in Berlin. Her professional experience spans over ten years works in the institutional context including KW – Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; museum franz gertsch, Burgdorf (CH); Kunsthalle Zürich as well as the Engadin Art Talks / E.A.T. Foundation and Inktree Editions in Zurich.
Quang Bao studied literature and arts management at Boston and Columbia Universities. He has edited and written essays, fiction, nonfiction and reviews for The New York Times, The Boston Globe, International Herald Tribune, National Public Radio and others. His professional experience spans twenty years of work with arts organizations, individual artists and nonprofits, for the last six years as director of The Rema Hort Mann Foundation established through family and friends of New York City-based contemporary art collectors Susan and Michael Hort. (portrait (c) William Bradley)