List of names ordered alphabetically, click on name for descriptions
Nathalie Angles is founder of and director at Residency Unlimited.
Boshko Boskkovic is Program director at Residency Unlimited.
Christian Duvernois is a landscape designer (CD Gardens) and garden expert on European classical gardens. Most recently CD Gardens won a competition launched by the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Green Infrastructure Grant Program to design a green roof at the Ascension School in Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Duvernois’ achievments have been profiled in numerous publications including the New York Times, Art Forum, House and Garden and the International Herald Tribune. Commissions include among others the Hillwood Museum & Gardens in Washington D.C., the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, the High Museum of Atlanta and the Metropolitan Museum of New York. in 1998, his publication “The last garden at Versailles: Marie-Antoinette at Trianon” was released by Rizzoli.
John Enochs has re-developed over 20 historic buildings in New Orleans, Mississippi and Kentucky. After graduating from Tulane Law School in 1990, John spent 20 years in New Orleans and moved to Louisville, Kentucky in 2011 where he is currently involved in the redevelopment of the City’s historic corridor. John is also actively involved in the development of an MFA program at the University of Louisville as a Member of the University’s Muse organization. John has developed several grant programs to support the arts in historic Louisville. He has a longstanding commitment to non-profit work and has served on various non-profit boards and agencies related to women’s issues, chemical dependency, AIDS and the arts.
Rachel Gugelberger is currently senior curator at Exit Art. In the Spring 2012, she organized Exit Art’s final exhibition Every Exit Is an Entrance: 30 Years of Exit Art and Collective / Performative. As an independent curator, consultant and writer, she curated among others Library Science at Artspace, New Haven (2011); What is left at Curatorial Research Lab/Winkleman Gallery (NYC) and Landscapes for Frankenstein at Sara Meltzer Gallery, investigating the notion of landscape as a social construction; examined the art world with irony and humor (Ceci n’est pas…) and explored the notion of “climate” as both a weather condition and a characterization of our moment in time (Prevailing Climate). She has curated exhibitions at School of Visual Arts, Cuchifritos Art Gallery/Project Space, Marvelli Lab, PS122 Gallery, Artists Space, Center for Curatorial Studies and the inaugural Brewster Project. Rachel holds an M.A. in Curatorial Studies in Contemporary Art and Culture from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College.
Caroline Lang is Senior Specialist since 1986 and Co-Chairman of Sotheby’s Switzerland. Internationally recognised for her in-depth knowledge of the art market and her longstanding expertise in Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art, she has advised some of most important collectors in Switzerland and worldwide.
Serge Marquie obtained his PHD from Harvard in Game Theory. He has been in banking for 20 years, in Europe and in the US.
Victoire Newman is the Head of the Investment Department with Groupe Artemis, Francois Pinault investment holding company.
Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria is co-founder of and director of operations at Residency Unlimited.
Jean Shin is nationally recognized for her monumental installations that transform castoff materials into elegant expressions of identity and community. Working in a variety of mediums, she collects vast accumulations of singular objects which she alters into conceptually rich sculptures, videos and site-specific installations. Shin’s work has been widely exhibited in major national and international museums, including solo exhibitions at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC (2009), the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia (2006), and Projects at The Museum of Modern Art in New York (2004). Site-specific permanent installations have been commissioned by the US General Services Administration Art in Architecture Award, New York City’s Percent for the Arts and MTA Art for Transit. Awards include New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Architecture/Environmental Structures (2008) and Sculpture (2003), Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, and Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Biennial Art Award. Her works have been featured in several publications, including Frieze Art, Flash Art, Tema Celeste, Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, Artnews, and The New York Times.
Nicole von Klencke is an international entrepreneur and real estate consultant based in New York and Berlin.