Born in Caracas, Venezuela, Adriana Szkolnik came to the States almost a decade ago. Settling in New York City, she collected a Creative Writing master at NYU and a never-ending pool of stories she hopes to write. After working in television production, marketing, advertising and public relations, she finally understood her true passion: a love/hate relationship with struggling to say what's left unsaid. The rest of her time is spent finishing her first novel and thinking about leaving the Fool's tarot card on the street and hiding to see who picks it up.
|List||Art for the Masses: The Best Public Art of the 2000s|
|Review||Gabriel Orozco (MOMA, December 13, 2009 – March 1, 2010)|
|Profile||Herzog and de Meuron|
|Review||Memory (Guggenheim New York, October 21, 2009–March 28, 2010)|
|Profile||Numen / For Use|
|Review||The Artist is Present|