Over the past twenty years, Renée Pfister has gained a wealth of experience through her longstanding professional involvement with museums and the art world. She works as an independent art and gallery consultant and draws upon her international network of artists, galleries, museum professionals, auction houses, collectors and educators, to develop and deliver projects of the highest quality on behalf of her clients. As well as advising and managing diverse projects for a number of clients in the private, commercial and public sector she also lectures at City University and Sotheby's Institute of Art. To arrange a consultation, or for further information about Renée's art consultation services, get in touch.
- Anne Harild at St Mary's HospitalIn 2012, Anne Harild was Artist-in-residence at the Paediatric Haematology, in QEQM building of St Mary’s Hospital in London. Patients who suffered from leukaemia, sickle cell and different cancers were encouraged to create simple animations whilst being in stationary treatment. Often we worked at the bedside of the children and provided a welcome distraction from their isolation as well as giving them the opportunity to participate in an art project that raised their self-esteem and confidence
- Rozanne HawksleyRozanne Hawksley endeavours to address the experiences of life: love and loss, isolation and suffering due to war, sickness and death, the increasing misuse of power, and hypocrisy. Her starting point may have been personal but developed into the universal. The scale of her work varies from the large site-specific installation through to the intimate; hand held. Her colour range is sparse, mainly the blacks, the whites and the creams as are the material choices. Only those essential to her fee
- Private CollectorCurating a private collection in a collector’s residence is an exciting opportunity. Working within the remit of a domestic setting brings different challenges in contrast to working in the postmodern white cube. Developing and presenting a narrative of the collection whilst considering the use of different family spaces requires experience, imagination and foremost many discussions with members of the family to achieve agreeable and pleasing results.
- Captain Coram and Mr HandelRozanne Hawksley Captain Coram & Mr Handel 15 November 2011 - January 2012 The Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square London WC1N 1AZ Captain Coram and Mr Handel Captain Thomas Coram (c 1668-1751) and Mr. George Frederic Handel (1685-1759) were two major supporters and governors of the Foundling Hospital although they never met. The proposed work is a hypothetical meeting between the two men. They reach out to each other across the Atlantic Ocean as if about to meet at the gates of the F
- Rozanne Hawksley at the Golden Thread Gallery, BelfastJananne Al-Ani, Annabel Dover, Rozanne Hawksley & Steve McQueen. Curated in collaboration with IWM (Imperial War Museums) 31st May – 28th July 2012 Conflict and loss are so intrinsically linked that the problem of how to remember, how to memorialise, is ever-present. Being based in Belfast, the Golden Thread Gallery has confronted this problem in relation to Northern Irish issues on many occasions, but Loss, curated in collaboration with IWM (Imperial War Museums), looks at loss, conflict and
- The Visual Language of Space - Anne Harild - Artist in FocusAnne Harild is a Danish artist who creates film animations, site-specific installations and collages. She investigates the inherent use of architectural structures and their physical appearances in her work. Informed by the urban and natural environment she plays with grids, lines, angles, geometric shapes and textures, resulting in constructions we see, experience and encounter in our cities and open expanses. Her two-dimensional collages are in particular intriguing. Finely cut stripes of pa
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