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Interview: Curator Finizia Taddeo

Finizia Taddeo is an art curator, born in to 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'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.

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Interview: Artist Adéle du Plessis

Adéle du Plessis (1969) is an accomplished contemporary artist. She works in a diverse series of mediums. She oscillates between painting figurative art, with quilting and exploring how the materials that make art can be the subject of the art. Often all these elements are incorporated into mixed media pieces. The interview was done in Afrikaans. The interview is translated into English, with the original Afrikaans in italic underneath the English translation.

Her solo show

"The forms of everyday life: material and abstraction"– curated by Art Historian Finizia Taddeo

opens 6 March 2022 at 12:00 at Gallery Sorelle Sciarone on the Lange Tiendeweg 68, 2801KK Gouda.

You are welcome to attend the opening.

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Interview: Curator Paulina Capilla

Paulina Capilla is an accomplished art curator, who has 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. She currently is the Exhibition Curator at JetBrains Expo (JetBrains TechLab Amsterdam). She was also a research assistant at the RKD - The Institute for Art History. The RKD is one of the world's leading documentation and research institutes for Art History. As well as completing her internship at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.


Paulina managed to explore the sense of isolation in Thea van Doorn's artwork. This sense of isolation is something we have been acutely aware of during our current world health crisis. She explores this together with the Art Historic precedent of artists fascination with café's and moments of contact in public and private spaces of the early 1900's.

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Interview: Curator Miracle May

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.


Miracle is also the curator of the solo exhibition of contemporary Dutch artist Gemma Jonker. This exhibition is a groundbreaking exhibition that focusses on the experience of seeing and interacting art. The emphasis is on the subjective and internal experience of a visitor looking at the work of Gemma Jonker for the first time. In this interview we get to know Miracle better. 

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Interview: Jeanette Olyhoek

Jeanette Olyhoek is a Dutch painter and sculptor in Voorburg. Her amazing Dutch seascapes and landscapes are currently on exhibition at the Gallery.  The interview was in Dutch, but is translated into English with the original Dutch answers put below. Jeanette kindly took the time us to answer these 11 questions about her and her art.


Reading time: 6 minutes

Text is alternating English and Dutch.


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Interview: Marko Klomp

Marko Klomp is a Dutch painter and poet. His latest series; Left Behind has been curated together with some of his other landscape paintings by Art Historian Wouter Maas. The interview was in Dutch, but is translated into English with the original Dutch answers put below. Marko kindly obliged us to answer these 11 questions about him and his art.

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