Nicole F. Loeser is an independent curator and art manager with over ten years of experience in collaborating with institutions and corporations throughout Europe. She has curated numerous projects with international artists, curators and collectors. In 2009 she founded the venue, WHITECONCEPTS, and serves as the gallery´s director. Understanding exhibitions to be opportunities for discourse, she presents artwork in conjunction with lectures, workshops, discussions and publications as a means of engaging the community and fostering learning. Her central interest is in featuring socially reflective and environmentally focused projects that introduce diverse and forward-thinking perspectives. Nicole studied Musicology, Cultural Studies, Economics at the Humboldt University and Fine Arts at the Art Academy in Berlin. Her work with people is global in reach, and is grounded in her interests for creative and scientific research, as well as exhibition theory and practice. As an art critic, Nicole additionally publishes writings for catalogues, journals and like publications.
The mission of WHITECONCEPTS is to cultivate an exchange among artists and patrons about ideas concerning international contemporary art. In close collaboration with artists WHITECONCEPTS is developing and organizing art projects (with collectors, enterprises, institutions, local and global authorities and building companies. Select artists and their works are promoted through gallery and museum exhibitions as well as non-traditional arts venues, and through placement in both public and private collections). WHITECONCEPTS focuses on conceptual art and an interdisciplinary-based exploration of various media that include visual and sculptural works, installations, performances and other creative interventions. The organization gives priority to issues concerning perceptions of space and regards this notion as a unifying principle.