The Faces Behind the Gallery
Welcome to the people behind the scenes of the gallery. Apart from the fantastic art and talented artist with their dedicated pages, there are multiple people behind Gallery Sorelle Sciarone. Each of us is committed to making art accessible.
Galerie Sorelle Sciarone was founded in 2018 and started in 2019 with Tascha Sciarone, the art historian at the helm. Since then various Artists, Journalists, Art Historians and Museuologists have contributed to analysing and describing the art at Gallery Sorelle Sciarone.
Tascha Sciarone - Gallery Manager
Tascha is a classically trained Art Historian who, during her time at Leiden University, specialized in business administration, pedagogy, anthropology, law and development. She combines all these formal studies in the development of Gallery Sorelle Sciarone.
Tascha needs a lot to keep her attention, and luckily that's one of the great features of art. The ability to continuously captivate the viewer.
She has always loved working in auction houses, and running a gallery has the same highs and intricate balancing acts as having a family.
Nicole Sciarone - Art Theorist
Tascha's unofficial advisor at the Gallery, but an official younger sister. She has spent a lot of time listening and thinking about the development of the Gallery.
Nicole Sciarone is an artist, art theorist and moderator of the artist panel.
She studied art at Willem de Kooning in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Contemporary Art Theory at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland. She is in no way compensated or affiliated with the final decisions in the Gallery. Nicole places great emphasis on her integrity and autonomy as an artist and art theorist.
She is critical and has a very sharp mind. And we'd like to acknowledge that by adding her to this page.
Gallery Sorelle Sciarone works with curators to create the best possible exhibitions. We have had the pleasure of working with the following curators.
Laura Caseberry - Art Historian
Laura Caseberry is an Art Historian, who specialises in the contemporary visual arts and ecology. She studied Art History at the National Taiwan University, receiving her Bachelor's degree in Art History from the University of Manchester, specialising in Chinese art and Ecology. She received her Masters in Art History from the University of Liverpool. She has enthusiastically applied ecological critical ideas to arts and visual culture.
You can read more about Laura in Interview: Curator Laura Caseberry
Finizia Taddeo - Art Historian
Finizia Taddeo is an Art Historian, born en bred within the arts. She studied Art, Valorisation (creating value from knowledge through making it accessible) and the Art Market, at The University of ULIM in Milan. She is currently a gallery assistant in Milan and has also written for AgCult, a news site for the arts and culture sector. Finizia has explored Adéle du Plessis's work by intimately acknowledging what Adéle as an artist says about her work and Finizia's Italian theoretical knowledge and affinity with abstract art. Finizia curated Adéle du Plessis's solo show:
The Forms of Everyday Life: Material and Abstraction
You can read more about Finizia in Interview: Curator Finizia Taddeo
Wouter Maas - Art Historian
Miracle K. May - Museoloog
Miracle May is a South African museologist and second-year master's student studying Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) at the University of North-West in South Africa. A pioneer multidisciplinary programme within the art and academic world. Her core courses being in art and artefact preservation. She curated A Visitors Exhibition
You can read more about her in here: Interview: Curator Miracle May
Paulina Capilla - Art Historian
Paulina is an American Art Historian who is an accomplished art curator. She studied Art History at The University of Berkeley and The University of Amsterdam. She has assisted and curated multiple art exhibitions for several museums and galleries, as an intern for The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Paulina managed to explore the sense of isolation in Thea van Doorn's artwork in the curation of the exhibition:
You can read more about Paulina in her interview here:
Chloe X Xu - Artist
Chloe is a mixed media artist based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She has two degrees, one for filmstudies from Beijing Film Acadamy, China as well as Mixed Media Art from the Piet Zwart Institute (Master Programme of the Willem de Kooning Art Academy).
Chloe has a sweet way of describing the paintings. Her words paint every painting anew. She is currently working with water colours in her own art. Chloe curated the show.
Wouter Maas - Art Historian
Wouter is a Dutch Art Historian based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He has a Master in Art History from Amsterdam University. He describes the art at the gallery through his specialist lense of late Medieval and Early Modern Art Historian. He is also an active member in several social movement projects.
Wouter wrote multiple articles for the gallery. If you scroll down to under the paintings you can read his explanation on:
You can read the interview with Wouter by clicking here. Wouter is also an editor at Kunstmeisjes.
Emi Eleode - Journalist
Emi Eleode is a British Journalist, based in London that is specialised in the Arts. She has interned at the William Morris Gallery as a curator.
She is also the creator behind the Instagram Page: Art History Talks. Emi has a passionate way that sparks curiousity and joy when describing art.
Emi has some beautiful collages with social commentary on her webiste.
Thank you for taking the time to get to know us at Gallery Sorelle Sciarone. Please do not hesitate to contact us. We love hearing from everyone. Please tell your friends and family about us, if you enjoyed looking at the art or reading about the artist, gallery or art world. Tascha Sciarone is here to answer all your questions!