was art director of the publication DU and, following a short period at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, began working for internationally active art galleries. With Masters in both Fine Arts and Contemporary Art History from London and New York respectively she later moved away from the market to help curate the biennale Manifesta 11 – predominantly responsible for the New Commissions in close collaborations wit the artists – and is since finding novel, cross-disciplinary environments for art and creative ideas.
Having had the pleasure of working with numerous engaging and passionately committed artists, the driving force is helping them and creatives at large transform their visions into reality and considering the right environment for their ideas. At the core of the consulting practice lies a deep interest in the intersection between art and the worlds of design, technology, architecture, literature, music and exploring and designing new settings and ways of mediation.
Georgina Casparis is a co-founder of: Casparis Alexander Lehni
and initiator and currently in charge of: Hochhaus.be
Services: Creative Consulting, Curatorial and Project Management
Collaborators: Manifesta II, Kunsthaus Zürich, Fotomuseum, Beat Raeber Galerie, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, DU Kulturmagazin, Club Zukunft, Studio Pascal Alexander, TENT Academy, Christie’s, Sotheby’s, MIS São Paulo, REInvest Capital, Galerie Christophe Guye, IManagement, Walter Keller, ON Running, Balboa
Artists: Cristian Andersen, John Arnold, Linus Bill, Mike Bouchet, Michel Comte, Julia Dault, Roger Eberhard, Armen Eloyan, Ceal Floyer, Ingo Giezendanner, Andrea Éva Győri, Pablo Helguera, Marguerite Humeau, Michel Houellebecq, Ina Jang, Christian Jankowski, Rinko Kawauchi, Jon Kessler, Klaas Kloosterboer, Fermín Jiménez Landa, Leigh Ledare, Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Teresa Margolles, Esther Mathis, Ernesto Neto, Julian Opie, Walter Pfeiffer, Jon Rafman, Georgia Sagri, Lina Scheynius, Marinella Senatore, Santiago Sierra, Monika Stalder, Will Steacy, Risaku Suzuki, Jiří Thýn, Bernard Voïta, Franz Erhard Walther