The Curator’s Lab is established on three main pillars supporting the curator’s vision: Art History, Psychology, and Interculturality. Veronica Cuomo was inspired in The Little Galleries of the Photo-sessions (1905 – 1917), the iconic space created by one of the most prominent figures of American photography, Alfred Stieglitz (1864 – 1946), a laboratory where modern art saw the light in America and photography fought for its place in the realm of fine arts. Here, Cuomo invokes Stieglitz’s visionary convictions summed to his intuition and knowledge.
As a licensed psychologist, the curator uses different tools to comprehend with an amazing deepens each artist’s soul, life, work, and creative process, contributing to the artist’s image-making and artistic development.
With a mixed cultural background and specialization in intercultural psychology, Cuomo approaches cultural diversity as an asset to the artist’s experience with intrinsic comprehension.
Our exhibitions are accessible on 7/7 by appointment or through invitation by contacting the curator directly.
November 2022 – January 2023 Early Works Unseen Vintage Prints Marek Boguszak
May 2023 Book Presentation
October 28, 2021 – January 20, 2022 Water Reflections: Delightful Distortions Itinerant Exhibition Ladina Durisch
Monumental Oil Paintings Details