Passages: Indian Art Today by Gerard Goodrow, Julia Ritterskamp
An eye on the Contemporary Art Scene of the Indian Subcontinent.
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About the Author
Gérard A. Goodrow (born 1964 in New Jersey/USA) is a freelance curator and author based in Cologne. He studied at Rutgers University, New Jersey, the City University of New York and the University of Cologne. Among the most important stations of his career are the Museum Ludwig in Cologne (1992-1996), the Ursula Blickle Foundation in Kraichtal (1994-2001), the auction house Christie's in London (1996-2003), the art fairs Art Cologne and Cologne Fine Art (2003-2008) and CIAM - Centre for International Art Management in Cologne and Düsseldorf (since 2007). Over the last 25 years, he has curated over 50 exhibitions in museums, galleries and other institutions in Germany and abroad. He is author of numerous texts and publications and has lectured extensively on international contemporary art and the global art market. His most recent book, "Crossing China", was published in January 2014 with Daab. // Julia Ritterskamp (born 1973 in Solingen) is an art historian with a Masters degree specialising in contemporary art and Arte Povera. She is based in Düsseldorf and has worked since 2007 as a freelance author, curator, exhibition manager and art consultant. She is also active in the fields of collection consulting, training of gallery personnel and structural advice for galleries and is a lecturer at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf. Previously, Julia Ritterskamp was employed as Managing Director of Galerie Karsten Greve in Cologne and Art Consultant at Achenbach Art Consulting Gesellschaft für Kunstberatung in Düsseldorf.