Art History Consulting (ahc) has been founded by the art historian
Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund to connect artists, art spaces and collectors. Based in Hamburg (Germany) she attends to clients in Asia, Europe and the
Values & Vision
Art History Consulting is committed to support an ongoing intellectual dialogue with emerging and mid-career visual artists.
Art is more than decoration or investment. Art is an attitude.
Curated Art Exhibitions
Gallery ahc projects
The art historian and independent curator organizes art exhibitions with a strong emphasis on cultural exchange.
To promote upcoming artists we exhibit original paintings and sculptures at international art fairs (Miami) and art biennals (Singapore).
Art Critic Publications
As an art critic and accreditated Art Basel Journalist Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund contributed essays to exhibition catalogues and has written reviews and features in German (native
language), English, French, Italian for publications such as Goethe Institute Inc., Umberto Allemandi & C. (Torino), Artfix Daily-Curated Art World News, Art Slant Magazine (NY), Asia Today,
Sculpture Pacific Magazine (Vancouver), Design Amid (Milano), among others.
Born in Zurich (Switzerland), she studied Art History at Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel (Germany), University for Foreigners Perugia (Italy) and London Guildhall University (UK).
Study and working experiences at The Henry Moore Foundation (UK) and Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (Canada). In 2002 Barbara earned her PHD from Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel with a
dissertation on the British sculptor Henry Moore.
Social and Cultural Engagement
As President of the Womens Artists Association GEDOK she cared about more than 200 members in the sections visual arts, applied arts, literature and music. Barbara is also engaged in Selection
Comittees and Jury Boards (Ministry of Culture Hamburg, Global Fine Arts Award Miami/ Miami Dade College, Biennale Florence), educational programs for senior students, she lectures Art History/Modern
Art at the University of Applied Sciences Hamburg.