Micheline Klagsbrun is a visual artist who focuses on transformation.
Micheline Klagsbrun is a visual artist who focuses on transformation. She studied in Paris with Alfredo Echeverria and at the Corcoran with Gene Davis and Bill Newman. She has exhibited widely, and is in private and corporate collections in the USA, Europe and the Middle East. For samples of her portfolio, see www.michelineklagsbrun.com.
In addition to her work as a practicing artist, Micheline is also President and co-founder of CrossCurrents Foundation (CCF) which, as part of its mission, sponsors art to promote social justice and to heighten public engagement with key social issues. Born and raised in London, Klagsbrun recently established a UK branch of CCF.
In addition to CCF, she serves on several boards, including the Phillips Collection (DC), Transformer (DC), the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School (NYC) and the Telluride Arts District (CO). Through the Corcoran Outreach program, she served for a number of years as a mentor for inner-city youth.