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us: Hessel, Marieluise

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    • us: Hessel, Marlies, 1939-
    • us: Black, Marlies, 1939-
    • us: Behrens, Marlies, 1939-
    • us: Behrens, Marla, 1939-
    • us: Artz, Marieluise Hessel, 1939-
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    • found: Wrestle, c2006: t.p. (Marieluise Hessel)
    • found: Focus on the image, c1985: p. 9 (Marlies Black; formed "Rivendell" art collection with husband Richard Black)
    • found: NY Times, Nov. 12, 2006 (viewed online, Dec. 20, 2007) (Marieluise Hessel; Marlies Hessel; art collector, Miss Germany 1958, married Egon Hessel in 1961, appeared in the 1961 film Reptilicus, founded Bard Center for Curatorial Studies with former husband Richard B. Black)
    • found: Wikipedia (German), Dec. 20, 2007 (Marlies Behrens; b. 1939 in Munich; Miss Germany 1958, appeared in Reptilicus (as Marla Behrens) and in other films 1959-1961)
    • found: Arttable, via WWW, October 14, 2016 (Marieluise Hessel Artzt; Marieluise Hessel Artzt was born in Munich, Germany; she lived for many years in Mexico before moving to the United States and becoming a citizen; she is married to Edwin L. Artzt; Marieluise has been a collector of contemporary art since the late 1960's; the wide-ranging collection is international in scope, consists of over 2,000 works, and is housed at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College (CCS Bard); the Center, which Marieluise co-founded in 1992, offers a unique graduate program at the master's degree level in curatorial practice, the study of museum activities, exhibitions, art criticism, and the interpretation of art; in 2006, CCS Bard inaugurated the Hessel Museum of Art with a major expansion of the galleries and the Center's exhibition and public programs; Marieluise also established the Library and Archives at the Center for Curatorial Studies; current additional activities include service at the Board of Trustees of Bard College, the Board of Directors of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College, the Executive Committee of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, Trustee Emeritus of the American Institute of Contemporary German Studies, and The Women's Roundtable of Jackson Hole, Wyoming)
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