Hi, I'm Debby My focus is to make the art world accessible to a non-arty audience. If you like Art and are intrigued by the art world -here you will find many answers to your questions.
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Articles, Interviews, dialogues and a whole lot more on everything Art and Culture. Bringing you the news from Exhibitions and shows from Museums and Galleries from around the world…
Join me on a journey of exploration of interesting topics about world renowned artists, their art works and many fascinating facts about the business of art and the ways it influences our lives and culture…
In early 2015, I published my Hebrew book “Why the Mona Lisa lost her smile – The Art World in the digital age” Here you will be able to read content from the upcoming, updated English version of the book.
In recent years I have appeared in various media: television, radio and the press. Here you can find all the articles and interviews from around the web.
Debby Luzia is a gallery owner, author of the book Why ‘The Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile’, an art journalist and commentator.
She often appears on radio and tv as an art & culture expert. Her lectures are dynamic informative and highly entertaining.
Debby Luzia is a gallery owner, author of the book ‘Why the Mona Lisa lost her smile’, an art journalist and commentator.
She often appears on radio and tv as an art & culture expert. Her lectures are dynamic informative and highly entertaining.Why The Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile
“Debby Luzia’s excellent book allows for a serious and professional glimpse into the backstage of the art world. As an art professor, I recommend my students to read this book as an integral part of the body of knowledge required for all intending to engage in the field of art and business.”
“I wouldn’t have believed that a reference book on the subject of art could teach me and fascinate me so much. This book will update you in all areas of contemporary artistic practice. It’s written in a down-to-earth and enthusiastic tone. A must-read book for anyone already in the art world and of course for anyone considering entering it.”
“Luzia’s extensive research work gives readers a safety net of basic and essential information for understanding the art world. Few are the writers who have the talent and ability to develop the subject and bring it to the writing in such a profound and engaging way.”
“Anyone interested in art will become immersed in this fascinating, engaging journey into the world of art in the twenty-first century. Luzia’s book is a wonderful guide for the perplexed, to get acquainted with the dynamic world of art in the digital age – a world of 3D printing, selfies, ebooks and crowd sourcing. “