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

The Red Cross Museum: Linking Art and Humanity

The Red Cross Museum: Linking Art and Humanity

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is currently showing the Concerné.e.s/Concerned exhibition of the work of thirty student artists from the Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD). From these pieces, two students will be selected for the...

In the Studio with Stéphane Ducret

In the Studio with Stéphane Ducret

Meeting an artist in his studio is often the promise of a motionless journey, a face-to-face that has a certain intimacy. All the more so when it is conducted in his living room. Swiss artist Stéphane Ducret welcomed us to his apartment in Pâquis to discuss his long...