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About Judith Bradlwarter (the author)

Judith Bradlwarter is the founder and editor-in-chief of this digital magazine. Judith was born and raised in a tiny and picturesque village in the North of Italy.

Although being influenced by the dreamy landscape of her hometown, she has always been dreaming about living in a metropolis, which is why after graduating from high school she moved to Vienna, fully devoting herself to her studies of art history, focusing on modern and contemporary manifestations of visual arts.

In addition to her studies she’s been assisting various curatorial projects at the acclaimed Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna, working with living artists and creatives such as film director Wes Anderson and his partner / costume designer Juman Malouf. 

Next to art Judith’s passions include digital media, cultural and social studies, interior design and last but not least vintage fashion and clothing. In fact her heart beats for everything that is somehow connected to aesthetics. 

About Atelier Judith (contemporary art & culture magazine)

Atelier Judith is a digital art, culture and style magazine.  

The focus lies on modern and contemporary art including exhibition reviews, gallery guides as well as artist / curator talks.

Furthermore Atelier Judith is eager to share innovative ideas of visiting European cities in a non-touristy way, providing special guides inspired by locals, such as flea market and vintage shopping guides.

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