"A world of one-size-fits-all decor and
mindless imagery is a probable cause of our modern-day boredom & anxieties. Art is not mere
decoration. It is an opinion & discussion, it is thought and feeling."
Chief Curator at Hugo Modern and Creative Director at Cur8.art
The Hugo Modern Online offers a modern approach to Art Collecting. We assist in curating your home or office wall space by guiding you towards an even more enlightened perspective on art.
She notes that Art Basel in Switzerland 2016 expanded her understanding of the importance of art and its connection to our humanness on a macro level. However, staring at Gustav Klimt’s 'Adele Bloch Bauer' at the Neue Gallery in New York left her entirely enlightened for hours. Other art hopping highlights include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, the Isabella Stewart Gardner and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; a painting by Picasso called 'Absinthe Drinker' in the Hermitage Museum St. Petersburg Russia left her feeling sad whereas 'Primavera' by Botticelli in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence produced tears of joy; the National Gallery in London; the Seattle Art Museum and it’s star studded Art Fair; the De Young Museum in San Francisco, the National Museum of Stockholm, the Stedelijk in Amsterdam, Art Stage Singapore and even a little hole-in-the-wall gallery of an unknown artist in Tahiti all left their marks.
"Art is a human investment – and indulgence. We are sentient beings with an obligation to ourselves to stay present in moments of authentic delight. Art offers us that. It forces us to pause, to question our visual perceptions and to check in with ourselves.”