François Jullien is a French philosopher and sinologist.
David Jury is an award-winning graphic designer, and head of the MA course Art, Design, and the Book at the Colchester Institute in England. His previous books include Typography Today.
Jane Kallir is a noted Schiele scholar and the author of the catalogue raisonné. She is co-director of the Gallerie St. Etienne in New York.
Stephan Kaluza studied painting and philosophy at the Heinrich-Heine University in Dusseldorf. He has exhibited widely in Europe, the Far East, and America. He lives in Germany.
Salam Kaoukji is curator and collection manager of The al-Sabah Collection, Kuwait, and an editor of Thames & Hudson’s long- running series of the same name. She has contributed to numerous international exhibition publications about India and the jeweled arts, and has coauthored several exhibition catalogs for The al-Sabah Collection, including Arts of Islamic Lands: Selections from the al-Sabah Collection in conjunction with the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
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Veronika Kapsali is a reader in biomimetic (biomimicry) systems and leader of the BioExplore theme at Northumbria University. She is also the codirector of MMT Textiles Limited, a company that specializes in biomimetic fiber-based textile technology.
Eric Karpeles is a painter who was educated at Haverford College, Oxford University, and The New School. He lives in California.
Sidney Littlefield Kasfir is Associate Professor of Art History at Emory University in Atlanta and Curator of African Art at Michael C. Carlos Museum, also at Emory University. She studied Physics before embarking on Fine Arts at Harvard University and then managed the Nommo Gallery in Uganda. She completed her PhD on African Art at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and went on to do postdoctoral research at the University of Oxford. Since 1981 she has divided her time between teaching and curating in the USA and fieldwork in Nigeria, Kenya, and Uganda. She was editor of the anthology West African Masks and Cultural Systems and is working on a study of the colonial and postcolonial transformation of Idoma and Samburu art. She has also written many articles and essays.
Magdalene Keaney is an Australian photography curator and writer. Currently the Director of the Gallery of Australian Design, she was formerly a curator at the Australian National Portrait Gallery and Associate Curator of Photographs at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Her exhibitions include the critically acclaimed Irving Penn Portraits (2010).
Anna Keay was a curator at the Tower of London and now works at English Heritage. Her books include The Magnificent Monarch, The Elizabethan Tower of London, and The Crown Jewels.
Kevin P. Keefe is a journalist and former publisher and editor of Trains magazine. He lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Cindy Keefer is Director of the Center for Visual Music in Los Angeles.
Manuel Keene is the curator of the al-Sabah Collection in Kuwait, one of the most important focuses for the study of the Islamic arts in the world. His publications include (with Marilyn Jenkins) Islamic Jewelry in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Audrey Victoria Keiffer is an interdisciplinary artist and writer who resides in Chicago. She’s the Co-Founder of the influential textile design studio and gallery, The Patternbase. She is also a freelance writer and designer for various design studios and magazines such as hunt+gather, Aaryn West, Newcity, and VAM Magazine.
Sam Keller is Director of the Fondation Beyeler in Switzerland and Chairman of Art Basel.
Ellsworth Kelly (b. 1923) is an American painter, sculptor, and printmaker.
Barry Kemp is Emeritus Professor of Egyptology at Cambridge University and has been conducting research and excavation at Amarna since 1977. He lives in England.
Martin Kemp is emeritus research professor in the history of art at Oxford University. He is a leading authority on Leonardo da Vinci and his bibliography on the artist includes Leonardo; Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment, Design; and La Bella Principessa: The Story of the New Masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci.
Sarah Kennel is an associate curator in the department of photographs at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
William Kentridge (b. 1955) is South Africa’s most well-known living artist. He has had solo exhibitions across the world, including at the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; the New Museum; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach; and Philadelphia Museum of Art. Kentridge has been the recipient of numerous prizes including the Kaiserring Prize (2003), the Carnegie Prize, the Carnegie International (2000), Standard Bank Young Artist Award (1987) and the Red Ribbon Award for Short Fiction (1982). He lives and works in Johannesburg.
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Fiona Kerlogue is a Keeper at the Horniman Museum in London. She has taught and lectured extensively on textiles in Britain, Southeast Asia, and the United States.
André Kertész (1894-1985) was one of the most inventive, influential, and prolific photographers in the medium’s history.
Deborah Kespertis a children’s book author. She has written many books for children including Genius! and Space Academy.