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March 5, 2018

What makes us want to travel and explore the world? Of course, the cultural differences we encounter. Being able to understand the humans from their cultural standpoint of where they come from and what they believe, as well as where those beliefs come from. Therefore I want to talk about the World Museum or Weltmuseum Wien (former Museum of Ethnology) in Vienna, which is the largest anthropological museum in Austria build in 1876. Located in the Hofburg Imperial Palace, WMW has a comprehensive ethnographical and archaeological objects from Asia, Africa, Oceania, and America. Since November 2014 the museum was closed due to renovation and was reopened on the 25th of October 2017.

Ethnological museums are witnesses to the cultural diversity and changes of our human societies. – WMW

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February 21, 2018

Today, I am taking you inside the Museum of fine Arts in Vienna, which is one of the most important European museum buildings opened in 1891. The magnificent architecture creates a fitting setting for the artistic treasures assembled by the Habsburgs, amongst the most breathtaking in the world. The collections range from Ancient Egyptian and Greek and Roman Antiquities to Medieval Art and the splendid Renaissance and Baroque. So the museum is divided into eight different collections, some of which are housed in the Hofburg and in Schönbrunn Palace.

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April 10, 2017

London-based art advisor, founder & managing Director of AIB Art Advisory Ariane Belisle spends her days scouting the world for new artistic talent. In collaboration with Disi Couture, Ariane talks about her experience and listed 10 emerging artists to watch.

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April 1, 2017

Recently the international art consultancy and gallery network of art consultants, advisors and curators VELVENOIR collaborated with steininger.designers for ART X INTERIOR, an exclusive event at Steininger’s showroom in Vienna that presents the best experience on contemporary art and design and brought art lovers, designers, architects, art collectors together to experience a unique presentation.
The installation entailed a curated selection of fine art paintings, photography, exclusive kitchen and sculptures. I am happy to announce my collaboration with VELVENOIR that implements the highest quality of service and providing unique artwork to build and elevate a beautiful space.

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November 23, 2015


Belvedere and Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) invited bloggers last week to a special preview of the exhibition by the Danish Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Conceived by Francesca von Habsburg in collaboration with Agnes Husslein, OLAFUR ELIASSON: BAROQUE BAROQUE is an fantastic project that shows Eliasson’s most wonderful works from the holdings of TBA21 and the Juan and Patricia Vergez Collection. We had the change to see Eliasson’s artworks from two decades and his his work and the extraordinary baroque setting of the Belvedere’s Winter Palace of Prince Eugene of Savoy in Vienna. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue edited by TBA21 and Belvedere and it’s open from November 21, 2015–March 6, 2016. Continue Reading…



September 8, 2015

Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) presents Ernesto Neto and the Huni Kuin – Aru Kuxipa “Sacred Secret” exhibition in collaboration with Kunsthalle Krems


Last week Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) and Kiehl’s invited me to a very interesting event, where the invited guests had the opportunity to have a deep insight into the current exhibition Aru Kuxipa – to see “Sacred Secret” and to learn more about the connection of contemporary art in the context of internal and external healing, sustainability, beauty care and unique knowledge. Continue Reading…



November 25, 2014


Copyrights © Kristian Schuller

Those who follow me on Instagram have already seen many pictures of the Kristian Schuller’s photography book “Tales For Oskar“. I have been a huge fan of Kristian Schuller’s photography for a long time and always admired his fantasy of capturing all wonderful colors, fantasy, glamour, fashion, and wonderful shapes to extravagant creative photography.

Born in Romania and rised in Germany, Kristian Schuller lived in Paris, London and New York. He studied fashion design from his teacher Vivienne Westwood and learned not to study only fashion itself but also its history and technical execution. Vivienne Westwood took Kristian Schuller to Paris to show him the world of fashion. Than he decided to pursue photography after he met F. C. Gundlach, who introduced him as fashion-design student from Berlin, to the world of photography. Later all doors opened to him when he became a photographer. Kristian Schuller tells stories with his camera by creating the fantastic, the outrangerous fixed on paper, a picture conveys the unrepresentable moments before and after the shutter is released, thus eliciting wonderful stories in the mind of the viewers. Continue Reading…


Pixelated Watercolor Paintings of Adam Lister

July 31, 2014


The Last Supper. © Adam Lister

When I first saw pixelated watercolor paintings of the american painter Adam Lister, I was fascinated by his unique and cool art. He creates visual compositions with famous artworks and pop-culture characters. Inspired by the 8-bit graphics of the Atari and Nintendo game consoles, Lister likes to use the principle of pixelated images as a guideline for his works.

Adam Lister was born in 1978 and is a resident of New York City. He has presented his work in various exhibitions across the USA and in London. You can buy the limited-edition prints of his work through his website. Continue Reading…

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