Kristen Knupp founded Art Vista Magazine to communicate her life-long interest in art to an international audience. She has a BA in Art History and a Masters in Urban Planning from Columbia University School of Architecture. She subsequently completed the two-year certificate in Art History at Christies Education in London. She founded KPK Contemporary Art in 2010 focusing on American contemporary art, and has participated in art fairs and curated exhibitions in New York, Rome, London and Geneva. She also advises private clients about their art collections.

Recent Articles

VOLTA Art Fair: Interview with Director Kamiar Maleki

VOLTA Art Fair: Interview with Director Kamiar Maleki

Kristen Knupp, Art Vista Magazine: VOLTA has a new location for the New York fair, at the former Dia building and Hauser & Wirth gallery space in Chelsea. What excites you about this new location, and about the VOLTA Art Fair New York in general? Kamiar Maleki,...

Billy Gerard Frank: Tales Spun from Sea and Memories

Billy Gerard Frank: Tales Spun from Sea and Memories

Kristen Knupp: You moved to London from Grenada as a teenager, and it seems that while you were there you became interested in art and becoming an artist. What events or people moved you or attracted you to art? BGF: My first encounter and exposure to art and the...

Bernard Garo: The Fragility and Power of Nature

Bernard Garo: The Fragility and Power of Nature

Bernard Garo was born in 1964. After graduating with distinction from the Lausanne Art School (ECAL) in 1989, he has lived and worked in his studio in Nyon, between Lausanne and Geneva. His projects have also led him frequently to Paris, Barcelona, Berlin and in more...