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350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s Death


80 Years of Marvel


75 Years of EC Comics

February 05, 2020

HR Giger's 80th birthday

June 25 - November 15, 2020

Gala Dali, la muse surréaliste

Château des Baux, Les Baux-de-Provence
September 25, 2020 - February 27, 2021

Sebastião Salgado: Blessure

Centre d’Art Contemporain Art & nature, Paris
September 26, 2020 - January 31, 2021

Andy Warhol: A glittering alternative

Mumok, Vienna
October 02, 2020 - January 10, 2021

Gustav Klimt. Inspiriert von Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
October 02, 2020 - January 22, 2021

Van Gogh in America

Detroit Institute of the Arts
October 04, 2020 - February 07, 2021

Das Piranesi-Prinzip. Zum 300. Geburtstag des großen italienischen Meisters

Kunstbibliothek, Berlin
October 14, 2020 - January 24, 2021

Gerhard Richter

Bank Austria Kunstforum, Vienna
October 16, 2020 - January 17, 2021

Kisokaido, Hiroshige, Edo

Musée Cernuschi, Paris
October 18, 2020 - May 16, 2021

Writing the Future Basquiat and the Hip-Hop Generation

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
October 27, 2020 - March 14, 2021

Expresionismo alemán

Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
November 01, 2020 - March 31, 2021

Tempêtes et naufrages (Turner à Géricault)

Musée de la vie romantique, Paris

60th Anniversary of the Marvel Age of Comics

February 04 - May 30, 2021

Klimt. Inspired by Monet, Van Gogh, Matisse…

Belvedere, Vienna
April 2021

Sebastião Salgado: Amazônia

Galerie POLKA, Paris
April 07 - August 22, 2021

Sebastião Salgado: Amazônia

Philharmonie de Paris
April 20 - August 08, 2021

Georgia O’Keeffe

Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
May 22 - November 21, 2021

17th International Architecture Exhibition, Biennale di Venezia

October 06, 2021 - January 30, 2022

Nennt mich Rembrandt! Durchbruch in Amsterdam

Städel Museum, Frankfurt


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Gianni Basso

Gianni Basso is specialized in travel photography, architecture, and interiors. In 1989, he founded the photography agency Vega MG. His work has been widely published in books and magazines. He lives in Milan.

Eva Gesine Baur

Eva Gesine Baur studied German language and literature, art history, musicology, and psychology in Munich. She has worked as a journalist and editor for various publications. Currently a freelance journalist based in Munich, she works for television and writes books on psychological subjects of art.

Giovanni Bianco

Since 1994, Creative Director Giovanni Bianco has dedicated his artistic vision to the worlds of fashion, luxury, and entertainment. In 2001, he formed Studio 65, which serves a high-profile, multinational clientele, including Versace, Miu Miu, Zegna, Ferragamo, Dsquared2, and Madonna.

Gene Bilbrew

Cartoonist and fetish artist Gene Bilbrew (1923–1974) began his career at the Los Angeles Sentinel, where he co-created the first African-American super hero The Bronze Bomber in the late 1940s. Later, under the name Eneg, he became a fetish artist, working for Irving Klaw’s Movie Star News/ Nutrix companies, for Lenny Burtman’s Exotique and Fantastique magazines, and as a pulp novel cover artist.

Gian Casper Bott

Gian Casper Bott studied art history at the universities of Zurich, Venice, and Florence. After periods of research in Rome, London, and Paris he was academic assistant at the Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum in Braunschweig and at the  Kunstmuseum Basel. Currently he works at the Kunsthaus Zürich. Bott is a member of the Swiss Institute in Rome, the German Forum for Art History in Paris and the Pro Grigioni Italiano research comission. His numerous publications include works on the still life, in particular the music still lifes of Evaristo Baschenis.

Geoff Boucher

During his 21 years at the Los Angeles Times, Geoff Boucher established himself as the paper’s top Hollywood features writer. He is also the founder and creator of the Los Angeles Times's Hero Complex website, and of Entertainment Weekly’s CapeTown Film Festival, covering genre entertainment and Comic-Con culture. Boucher lives in Long Beach, California.

Genoa Caldwell

In the 1960s, Genoa Caldwell was the New York-based photo researcher for the London Sunday Times, as well as photo editor for both Black Star and Magnum. While operating her own photo agency in Los Angeles in the 1970s, Caldwell was introduced to the work of Burton Holmes and became private archivist for the extensive and unique photographic collection. Caldwell has maintained the collection for over 30 years and has lectured and published on the life and work of Burton Holmes.

Giulia Carciotto

Giulia ML Carciotto graduated in art history from the Sapienza University in Rome. She was a Research Fellow at the Warburg Institute in London, where she also worked for Christie’s. She was editor-in-chief of the art publisher Franco Maria Ricci Editore in Milan, and now teaches at the Academy of Fine Arts in Palermo and at the Abadir Academy in Catania.

Graydon Carter

Graydon Carter has been the editor of Vanity Fair since 1992.

Germano Celant

Germano Celant, renowned art historian and theoretician, author and curator, is internationally acknowledged for his theories on Arte Povera. He is the Artistic and Scientific Superintendent of Fondazione Prada, as well as the Curator of Fondazione Aldo Rossi, Milan, and Fondazione Emilio e Annabianca Vedova, Venice. In 2016, he was the Project Director of Christo and Jeanne-Claude's The Floating Piers, at Lago d’Iseo, Italy.

Georges Didi-Huberman

Georges Didi-Huberman is professor at the College of Social Sciences in Paris. His contribution underscores the tension inherent in this collection: between religious votive wax figures, mannerist art and wonder chambers and the Enlightenment.

Gretchen Edgren

Before her retirement from the magazine in August 1992, Gretchen Edgren was a Senior Editor of Playboy. In that capacity, she assigned, edited and supervised copy for several sections of the magazine, and as a Playboy writer, she also interviewed a number of noted figures, including Erica Jong and Clint Eastwood. Since her retirement, Edgren has been a Playboy Contributing Editor.

Gabriele Fahr-Becker

Gabriele Fahr-Becker studied art history, archaeology, and philosophy, and gained her doctorate from Munich University in 1970 with a thesis on Art Nouveau. She has published numerous books on turn-of-the-century art.

Giovanni Fanelli

Giovanni Fanelli, professor of Architecture History at the University of Florence, is the author of several works of architectural history, urban history, graphic arts and photography, translated into several languages; he has been the Scientific Director of the Fondazione Ragghianti (Lucca) and is series editor for a number of titles of Laterza publishers (Rome).

Wolfgang Georg Fischer

Wolfgang Georg Fischer is an art historian, writer and art dealer. Ever since first exhibiting Egon Schiele in 1964, he has devoted his attention to classical Viennese Modernism, chiefly Schiele, Kokoschka, and Klimt, regularly showing their works at his London gallery, Fischer Fine Art, and contributing with numerous publications to the art-historical literature. He also contributed to the catalogue raisonné of Schiele’s work and has written a monograph on Klimt`s partner, fashion designer Emilie Flöge.

Gottfried Fliedl

After studying art history in Vienna and Marburg, Gottfried Fliedl accepted a lectureship at the Academy of Applied Art in Vienna, where he taught for 10 years before becoming a lecturer in museology at the Universities of Klagenfurt and Vienna.

J.C. Gabel

Los Angeles-based editor and writer J.C. Gabel started his career in publishing at the age of 19 with STOP SMILING, “The Magazine for High-Minded Lowlifes,” which began as a “zine,” and developed into a full-color bimonthly magazine, published regularly for 15 years. In 2010, Gabel began editing books, and has since completed publications for Phaidon, Chronicle, Melville House, and TASCHEN. Gabel is a regular contributor to the Los Angeles Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, The Paris Review, Playboy, and Wallpaper*.

Stuart Galbraith IV

Stuart Galbraith IV is the author of seven books. He also makes DVD audio commentaries and liner note essays, writes a DVD column for the English edition of The Daily Yomiuri, and reviews DVDs at DVDTalk.com. He lives in Kyoto.

Anne Ganteführer-Trier

Anne Ganteführer-Trier studied art history, German literature, and modern history in Bonn. She was curator of various exhibitions, for example, on August Sander, Candida Höfer, and Jeff Wall, as well as at the Photographische Sammlung/SK Stiftung Kultur, Cologne (August Sander Estate). She works as a freelance author and is representative for photography and contemporary art at Villa Grisebach Auctions.

Rodrigo García

Mexican writer/director Rodrigo García’s credits include Things you can tell just by looking at her (Fondation Gan Award, Cannes 2000) and Nine Lives (Winner Locarno Film Festival, 2005).

Philippe Garner

Philippe Garner is an expert in 20th-century photography, design, and decorative art. He has written numerous essays and books, from studies of the lives of Émile Gallé and photographers Cecil Beaton and John Cowan, to his Sixties Design for TASCHEN. A former director of Christie’s, he has also curated shows for museums in London, Paris, and Tokyo.

Christian Gastgeber

Christian Gastgeber studied classics and Byzantine studies at the University of Vienna. He received a doctorate and habilitation in Byzantine studies and since 2001 is staff member of the Byzantine Research Institute and Division, respectively, of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, specializing in Greek paleography and diplomatics as well as text traditions and reception research with an emphasis in humanism. Since his habilitation in the year 2010 he is internationally active in academic teaching and research and heads several editorial projects.

Jay Gates

Jay Gates is Director of The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. Previously he was Director of the Dallas Museum of Art (1993-98) and of the Seattle Art Museum (1987-93).

Madonna Gauding

Madonna Gauding is a mandala artist, author, illustrator and designer. She has written widely on meditation, Buddhism and healing; her previous work includes the best-selling World Mandalas.

Jean Claude Gautrand

Jean Claude Gautrand (1932–2019) was one of France’s most distinguished experts on photography. An active photographer since 1960, he also made a name for himself as a historian, journalist, and critic, with numerous publications including his TASCHEN books on Brassaï (2004), Paris. Portrait of a City (2011), Robert Doisneau (2014), and Eugène Atget. Paris (2016).

Anne Geddes

Anne Geddes (born 1956) is one of the world’s most unique photographers, whose beloved imagery of infants and parenthood has been published in over 84 countries and 24 languages. A global ambassador for children, Geddes has her own Philanthropic Trust and is an Ambassador Volunteer for the March of Dimes and an Ambassador for the GSK global awareness campaign for meningococcal disease. This is her first book for TASCHEN.

Grant Geissman

Grant Geissman is one of the world’s leading experts on EC Comics and Mad magazine, and the author and designer of four books on the subject, three of them nominated for an Eisner Award. He is also an Emmy-nominated guitarist and composer who co-wrote the music for the hit television series Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly. He has fourteen albums released under his own name, including the jazz trilogy Say That!, Cool Man Cool, and BOP! BANG! BOOM!

Mike Gerrard

Mike Gerrard is an award-winning British travel writer whose work has appeared in The Times, Wanderlust, The Washington Post and The Australian. The author of over 30 guidebooks on various European destinations, his countless journeys across Europe—by car, train, bus and bicycle—have taken him from Northern Ireland to Istanbul, and from Portugal to the Arctic Circle.

David Gerstein

David Gerstein is an independent animation and comics historian, writer, and editor working extensively with The Walt Disney Company and its licensees. His published work includes Mickey and the Gang: Classic Stories in Verse, Uncle Scrooge and Donald Duck: The Don Rosa Library, the Eisner Award–winning Floyd Gottfredson Library of Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse, and numerous comic book titles. Gerstein has worked with Disney in efforts to locate lost Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Laugh-O-gram shorts and to preserve the Mickey Mouse newspaper strip. He has also contributed to vintage cartoon home video and streaming programs for Thunderbean Animation, Cartoons On Film, and others.

Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers

The Dutchmen Jop van Bennekom and Gert Jonkers are the editors, publishers, entrepreneurs and all-around media obsessives who’ve been at the helm of their inimitable publishing house for more than a decade. Both born forty-something years ago in the underpopulated Dutch province of Gelderland, they only met in the late ’90s, while working on a monthly magazine in Amsterdam. They founded BUTT in 2001 after a boozy work appointment in that city’s illustrious Spijker bar. By putting the sex back into homosexuality, BUTT shook up the world of gay publishing. Its popularity was sealed in 2006, when a digest of the first five years of the magazine, BUTT BOOK, was published by TASCHEN and became an absolute bestseller.
Jop and Gert broadened their focus to include dressing up as well as stripping off with their launch of ‘Men’s Style Journal’ FANTASTIC MAN in 2005. Defined by rare wit and a refusal to address its readers as mere consumers, FANTASTIC MAN has categorically turned the tide in fashion publishing with its fastidious long-form interviews, style anthropology and stark art direction. A sister publication, THE GENTLEWOMAN, was born in London in 2010, again to great critical acclaim.
Jop and Gert divide their time between their offices in Amsterdam and London.

Didier Ghez

Didier Ghez runs the Disney History blog (disneybooks.blogspot.com), the Disney Books Network website (www.didierghez.com), and serves as managing editor of the Walt’s People book series. He is the author of Disneyland Paris: From Sketch to Reality, Disney’s Grand Tour, and They Drew As They Pleased: The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age and the editor of other Disney publications including Life in the Mouse House: Memoir of a Disney Story Artist.

Kahlil Gibran

Born in Lebanon, Kahlil Gibran (1883–1931) emigrated to America as a boy and spent most of the rest of his life there, as an artist, poet and writer. His most famous work is The Prophet, which has reprinted well over 100 times and has sold several million copies.

Michael Gibson

Michael Gibson was an art critic, art historian, anthropologist, writer, and philosopher. He wrote on art for numerous publications like The New York Times and Connaissance des Arts. Gibson was editor-in-chief of UNESCO’s World Heritage review. His many books include Redon and Symbolism, both published by TASCHEN.

Ralph Gibson

Ralph Gibson began taking pictures while in the U.S. Navy in the 1950s, and later assisted Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank before establishing his own studio in New York. The recipient of NEA and Guggenheim grants, Gibson was made a Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government in 2002.

HR Giger

HR Giger (1940–2014) was a Swiss painter, sculptor, and designer, who combined surrealist influences and dark fantasies to create his very own biomechanical universe. He first received acclaim in the 1960s with his airbrushed fantasies of post-apocalyptic creatures and landscapes, and rose to fame through high profile movie work, most notably the creation of the monster in Alien, which won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. HR Giger was named in the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame in 2013.

Sander L. Gilman

Sander L. Gilman is distinguished professor of the Liberal Arts and Sciences at Emory University. A cultural and literary historian, he is the author or editor of over seventy books. His widely reviewed monograph Fat Boys: A Slim Book appeared in 2004, as well as his most recent edited volume, Smoke: A Global History of Smoking (with Zhou Xun). He is also the author of Creating Beauty to Cure the Soul: Race and Psychology in the Shaping of Aesthetic Surgery (1998) and Making the Body Beautiful: A Cultural History of Aesthetic Surgery (1999).

Françoise Gilot

Born in 1921 in Neuilly, France, Françoise Gilot is a painter, printmaker, and writer. She started showing her work in the 1940s as part of the Nouvelle École de Paris movement, and she has since had many international gallery and museum exhibitions and has received awards and honors, including the Ordre des Arts et Lettres, and was made an Officier de la Légion d’Honneur. Her poetry books and memoirs on 20th-century art include the best-selling Life with Picasso (1964) as well as Interface: The Painter and the Mask (1975) and Matisse and Picasso: A Friendship in Art (1990). She lives and works in New York.

Lorenza Giovanelli

Lorenza Giovanelli studied art history at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. In 2016, she worked as office coordinator and press office assistant during Christo’s last major project The Floating Piers. In 2017, she joined Christo’s team in New York.

Eric Godtland

Eric Godtland is a self-confessed compulsive collector. Working from his bases in the Haight-Ashbury and Potrero Hill districts of San Francisco, Eric obsesses over all things girly, Hawaiian, musical and modernist. When not lusting after “cool stuff,” Eric manages musicians, bends technology to his will, writes, and begs for money.

Paul Goldberger

Paul Goldberger is the Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic of The New Yorker, where, since 1997, he has written the "Sky Line" column, and is the author of several books, including Why Architecture Matters (2009) and Christo and Jeanne-Claude (2010, for TASCHEN). He lectures widely on architecture, design, historic preservation and cities, and has taught at both Yale School of Architecture and the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley.

Reuel Golden

Reuel Golden is the former editor of the British Journal of Photography and the Photography editor at TASCHEN. His TASCHEN titles include: Mick Rock: The Rise of David Bowie, both London and New York Portrait of a City books, Andy Warhol. Polaroids, The Rolling Stones, Her Majesty, Football in the 1970s, the National Geographic editions, and The David Bailey SUMO.
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Lynn Goldsmith

Lynn Goldsmith has documented over five decades of American culture, with subjects varying from music stars and entertainment personalities, to sports legends, film directors, and authors. She has published 13 books of her photographs, and her work has appeared editorially in publications such as TIME, LIFE, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Interview, The New Yorker, Paris Match, and Vogue Italia. Her photographs are housed in institutional collections including The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, The Museum of Modern Art, The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The winner of numerous awards including the World Press Award in Portraiture and the Lucien Clergue award, Goldsmith was also featured on The New York Times Best Sellers list for her book New Kids.

Ann Goldstein

Ann Goldstein is Director of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, and formerly was Senior Curator at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Blake Gopnik

Blake Gopnik was the chief arts critic of The Washington Post between 2000-2010 and is a regular contributor to The New York Times. His definitive biography of the artist Warhol was published in 2020. He holds a doctorate from Oxford University.

Peter Gössel

Peter Gössel runs an agency for museum and exhibition design. He has published TASCHEN monographs on Julius Shulman, R. M. Schindler, John Lautner, and Richard Neutra, as well as several titles in the Basic Architecture series.

Jean-Paul Goude

Jean-Paul Goude (born 1940) is a French graphic designer, illustrator, photographer and advertising film director. He created several well-known campaigns for brands such as Perrier, Citroën and Chanel.

Linda Granfield

Linda Granfield is a widely published author whose book Circus: An Album won six awards, including a place on the “Best of the Best” list by Chicago Public Library. Known for her clear and accessible writing, Granfield has penned many young adult publications as well as adult nonfiction books. She lives in Toronto, Canada.

Leroy Grannis

LeRoy Grannis’s initial foray into surfing began at age 14, but it wasn’t until the age of 42 that he picked up a camera and made a career out of it. Under doctor’s orders to take up a hobby, Grannis built a darkroom in his garage and began shooting surfers at Hermosa Beach, and "Photo: Grannis" quickly became a hallmark of the California surf scene of the 1960s. Grannis is considered one of the most important documentarians of the sport, and was inducted into the Surfing Hall of Fame in 1966. He died on February 3, 2011.

John Grant

John Grant spent a dozen years as a publishing editor before becoming a full-time writer and freelance editor. He has published numerous books of both fiction and non-fiction.

John Gray

John Gray is a political philosopher with interests in analytical philosophy and the history of ideas. He is former Professor of European Thought at the London School of Economics and Visiting Professor at Harvard and Yale. Gray contributes regularly to The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, and the New Statesman, where he is the lead book reviewer.

Russ Gray

Russ Gray is a designer/illustrator based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and runs his own creative studio, Russ Gray Design. He has been creative director and senior designer at several agencies working for worldwide brands such as Disney Publishing, Google, Franklin Mill, Chapters/Indigo, and New Scientist Magazine.

Brothers Grimm

Brothers Jacob (1785–1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786–1859) were German academics and linguists who spent years collecting popular fairy tales and folk tales such as Cinderella, Snow White, and Rapunzel. Their resulting compilation of over 200 stories Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Children's and Household Tales) is one of the most famous collections of tales in the world, influencing generations of writers, composers, artists, academics, and filmmakers.  

Karin H. Grimme

Berlin-based Karin H. Grimme works as a historian, art historian, and author for museums, exhibitions, and media, focusing on the history of the 19th and 20th centuries and in particular on the history of the Jews in Europe. She is the author of numerous journalistic and academic publications in the press, in broadcasting, and in the multimedia sphere; as author and editor she has produced works on, among other things, the Jewish bourgeoisie in the 19th century.

Lawrence Grobel

Lawrence Grobel has written 20 books relating to writers, the entertainment industry, and its stars; and conducted the October 1977 Playboy interview with Barbra Streisand.

Uta Grosenick

Uta Grosenick lives and works as a freelance author and editor in Cologne. For TASCHEN she has edited, among other books, the following publications: Women Artists, 2001; ART NOW, 2002 (together with Burkhard Riemschneider); Büttner, 2003; ART NOW II, 2005, and numerous books from the Basic Genre Series.

Alex Gross

Alex Gross is a fine artist and instructor at Art Center College of Design, and lives in South Pasadena, California. A recipient of the Japan Foundation Artist`s Fellowship in 2001, Alex has also been a collector of Japanese fine and commercial art for several years.

Bernd Growe

Bernd Growe (1950–1992) was a leading German art historian, who worked at the Justus-Liebig-Universität in Gießen from 1979 to 1990.

John Mace Grunsfeld

John Mace Grunsfeld, PhD, is an astrophysicist and a NASA astronaut. He has flown five times on the Space Shuttle, including three Hubble servicing missions. He has served as the Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate, the NASA Chief Scientist, and as the Deputy Director of the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Patrick & Marc Guetta

Patrick & Marc Guetta's World of Vintage T-Shirts store on Melrose Avenue has been Hollywood's top source of vintage Ts for over a decade, catering to celebrities, tourists and Los Angeles' fashion obsessed. Patrick Guetta, worked with major movie studios in creating licensed apparel company Too Cute!, is now working on launching his own characters called Junglenuts.

Reto Guntli

Swiss photographer Reto Guntli, based in Zurich, regularly travels the world shooting for international magazines. He has published numerous books and contributed to such TASCHEN publications as Inside Asia, Living in Japan, Living in Bali, Great Escapes Asia and Great Escapes Europe.

NK Guy

NK Guy is a Canadian writer and photographer living in Britain. He is the author of The Lens: A Practical Guide for the Creative Photographer and The Photographer’s Dictionary. He documented the art of Burning Man annually between 1998 and 2014.

George Hagenauer

For over 20 years, George Hagenauer has been Collins’s research associate, assisting on over two-dozen historical novels and collaborating with him on the Edgar Award-nominated The History of Mystery. His own freelance writing has been in the true crime field. He lives in Wisconsin.

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Rudolf Hiller von Gaertringen

Rudolf Hiller von Gaertringen has been studying the work of Raphael since his Master’s degree. He compiled the scholarly catalogue of the holdings of early Tuscan and Umbrian paintings at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt and has also published numerous essays on Italian and German art. Since 2002 he has been head of the art collection of the University of Leipzig and since 2012 Associate Professor of Art History.

Gregor Hohenberg

Gregor Hohenberg was born in Magdeburg in 1971, and now lives and works in Berlin. His images are not colorful foils, but visual short stories of lasting quality. Hohenberg focuses intently on German culture, rediscovering its inherent beauty. His unhurried, dense pictorial idiom is often marked by clear color compositions. Hohenberg has been commissioned to photograph for magazines like Elle, GQ, Architectural Digest, the New York Times Magazine or Brutus, from Japan, and he has worked for companies such as Escada, Adidas Y3 and Hugo Boss. Many of his portraits of numerous contemporary German personalities have been published on the covers of Der Spiegel, the FAZ or Zeitmagazin. Exhibitions of his works could be seen at MAK, Vienna. and the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Gerhard Holzer

Gerhard Holzer studied history and geography at the University of Vienna and graduated with a thesis on the German-Austrian geologist Ferdinand von Hochstetter. Since 1989, he has been curator of the Woldan Collection at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna and has published a number of papers on scientific history, in particular on the history of discovery and cartography.

Glenn Hopp

Glenn Hopp teaches film and literature at Howard Payne University in central Texas. His books include The Pocket Essential Billy Wilder, a guide to epic films, TASCHEN's Billy Wilder: The Complete Films, and TASCHEN’s Grace Kelly.

Alejandro González Iñárritu

Alejandro González Iñárritu is a Mexican film director, producer, screenwriter, and former composer. He is the first Mexican director to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director and the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing, for Babel (2007). He is also the first Mexican-born director to have won the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival. He is the third director to win back to back Academy Awards, following John Ford and Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and the first since 1950. González Iñárritu is sometimes known as El Negro, meaning “The Black One” in Spanish. His six feature films—Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams (2003), Babel (2006) (comprising the “Death Trilogy”), Biutiful (2010), Birdman (or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014), and The Revenant (2015)—have garnered critical acclaim and numerous accolades, including Academy Award nominations. Iñárritu won the Academy Award for Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Picture for Birdman. In 2016, he won the Academy Award for Best Director for The Revenant.

Graciela Iturbide

One of Mexico’s most significant contemporary photographers, Graciela Iturbide’s images reveal her love for her native country and for its people; and, more recently, include other cultures. Whether at home or in foreign lands, her work explores cultural identity and the ways people adapt to modernization.

Gert Jonkers

Journalist and editor Gert Jonkers is currently fashion editor for the Dutch daily newspaper De Volkskrant. He has also been a contributing writer for Esquire, Dutch, View on Colour, and Self Service. Gert Jonkers has an impressive track record of published celebrity interviews, including Marc Jacobs, Cher, Terry Richardson, the Sex Pistols, Michael Stipe, Mario Testino, Jeff Buckley, Willy Nelson, and 'Marky' Mark Wahlberg.

Gloria Karefa-Smart

Gloria Karefa-Smart was born Gloria Esther Baldwin in Harlem. She traveled widely with her brother James and is the literary executor of his estate. She has lived in Freetown, Sierra Leone; New York’s Upper West Side; and Washington, D.C., where she still resides, and is the mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother of 22.

Gloria Koenig

Gloria Koenig is an architectural historian and author. She has published and lectured widely on a variety of topics in contemporary architecture, and served as consultant with filmmakers on a documentary about her late husband, modernist architect Pierre Koenig.

Geert-Jan Koot

Geert-Jan Koot holds an MA in Art History and Archaeology from the Radboud University, Nijmegen. He is the head of the Rijksmuseum’s Research Library since 1988 and chair of the Working Group for Specialist Academic Libraries (Werkgroep Speciale Wetenschappelijke Bibliotheken). Koot has also spearheaded the WorldCat Art Discovery project, a new search tool for Art Libraries hosting over 200 million articles.

Gisela Kozak

Gisela Kozak was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she graduated as a product designer. After a decade of working experience, she went on to complete her PhD studies in Japan on package design, moving subsequently to London, where she is a consultant. Kozak is also a frequent writer on the subject and a lecturer on design.

Gilles Lambert

Gilles Lambert (1928–2011) was born in Paris, but spent his whole life between the capitals Rome and Paris. He translated a number of works on the Seicento from the Italian. With André Labarthe, he founded the journal Constellation in the 1950s, and subsequently worked for Le Figaro Littéraire and Paris Match. He wrote monographs on Auguste Mariette and Caravaggio.

Gabriele Leuthäuser

Gabriele Leuthäuser worked as a scholarly associate at Centrum Industriekultur Nürnberg until 1984. She worked as a freelance consultant advising on exhibitions, museums, and industrial enterprises until her death in 2013.

George Lois

Advertising communicator George Lois is known for dozens of marketing miracles that triggered innovative and populist changes in American and world culture. His most famous work includes the "I Want My MTV" campaign, Jiffy Lube and Tommy Hilfiger ads, USA Today`s breakthrough "singing" TV campaign, and ESPN`s "In Your Face" campaign. He is also known as the legendary creator of the iconic Esquire covers of the 1960s. Lois is the author of five books of his work; his previous book is $ellebrity, dealing with his campaigns using celebrities in fresh and outrageous ways.

Gilbert Lupfer & Paul Sigel

Gilbert Lupfer studied art history, history, Romance studies and cultural studies at the Eberhard Karls Universität in Tübingen and the Freie Universität in Berlin. Paul Sigel studied art history and German literature at the Eberhard Karls Universität in Tübingen. They both currently teach at the Technische Universität Dresden.

Gered Mankowitz

Gered Mankowitz (b. 1946) Born in London, Mankowitz became the official photographer for The Rolling Stones in the mid-1960s. During that time, Mankowitz documented not only the band’s rise to stardom, as they performed and recorded, but also created covers for albums such as Out of Our Heads and the iconic Between the Buttons. Mankowitz has published several books of photographs of The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and other rock legends.

Gavin McInnes

Gavin McInnes is the co-founder of Vice, a youth culture brand that began in Montreal with Vice Magazine and now includes fashion, retail, film, television, music, the Internet, and books. In 2007 McInnes left day-to-day involvement with the company but continues to write the magazine's scathing fashion dos and don'ts feature.

Giles Morgan

Giles Morgan is a published author with a long-time fascination with Freemasonry. He is not a member of the organisation, something which allows him to bring a level of objectivity to the subject that can sometimes be lacking from writers who are also lodge members.

Giorgio Moroder

Italian producer and songwriter Giorgio Moroder helped create electronic dance music, and has worked with Donna Summer, David Bowie, Janet Jackson, Barbra Streisand, and many others. He also founded Musicland Studios in Munich, once used by legendary acts like Led Zeppelin, Queen, and Elton John.

Gilles Néret

Gilles Néret (1933–2005) was an art historian, journalist, writer, and museum correspondent. He organized several art retrospectives in Japan and founded the SEIBU Museum and the Wildenstein Gallery in Tokyo. He directed art reviews such as L'Œil and Connaissance des Arts and received the Élie Faure Prize in 1981 for his publications. His TASCHEN titles include Salvador Dalí: The Paintings, Matisse, and Erotica Universalis.
Gilles Néret

Xavier-Gilles Néret

Xavier-Gilles Néret taught philosophy of art and design at the ESAA Duperré and Université de Paris I Panthéon La Sorbonne. He studied the connections between philosophy and poetry with particular relation to Stéphane Mallarmé. He lives and works in Paris.

Günter Nitschke

Günter Nitschke, born in Berlin, studied architecture (Germany), town planning (London), and classical and modern Japanese (Tokyo). He taught East Asian architecture and urbanism at Princeton and MIT for 18 years, more recently at UCLA and LA Pomona, and since 1987 at Kyoto Seika University. He is also Director of the Institute for East Asian Architecture and Urbanism in Kyoto. The exhibition “Japanese Gardens 2000” in Stuttgart was designed by him. His Floating Bridges of Dreams received First Prize in the 1998 International Urban Design Competition for a New Image of Kyoto in the 21st Century. He has also written numerous critical essays and books.

Glenn O'Brien

Glenn O’Brien is a writer who lives in New York. He is the author of How to Be a Man, Human Nature (dub version), and Soap Box.

Giorgio Possenti

A native of Milan, Giorgio Possenti began his career as a travel photographer. After a number of years he devoted himself almost exclusively to photographing architecture and interiors. Giorgio is represented by the agency VEGA MG and his photographs have appeared in such magazines as Elle Décor, Interni, Livingetc, and Eigen Huis & Interieur.

Gennaro Postiglione

Gennaro Postiglione studied architecture and completed post-doctoral studies in industrial design in Naples. He has been a visiting lecturer and professor in other countries and since 1998 has been teaching design in the department of Interior Design at Milan Politecnico. His research work focuses on interior design and on the relationship between architecture, culture and current events. Gennaro Postiglione is editor of Area magazine.

George Quaintance

George Quaintance (1902–1957), the Master Painter of the Male Physique, was out in an age when out was not only risky, but largely illegal. He was a vaudeville dancer, coiffeur designer, window dresser, magazine cover artist, photographer, portraitist, and ultimately, the first great physique artist. In 1982, The Voice stated, “Quaintance was gifted with so much drive and artistic talent that he had the ability to transcend the puritanical restrictions of the times and leave us something of his daring imagination in his paintings.”

Graziella Roccella

Graziella Roccella lives in Turin where she works as freelance architect and assistant professor in architectural design. She has published various essays and given lectures on contemporary architecture and theories of architectural research. As an architect she works in the field of interior design and residential buildings with a special regard to sustainable architecture.

Gisela Rosenthal

Gisela Rosenthal studied art history in Tübingen, Heidelberg and Paris. She lives as a freelance author and curator in Lisbon and is responsible for the cultural program of the Carmona and Costa Foundation. The focal points of her research work are the issues raised by modern and contemporary art.

Georg Ruppelt

After studying history, German language and literature, education and philosophy, Georg Ruppelt gained his PhD with a doctoral thesis on Friedrich Schiller. He subsequently worked as a librarian, becoming deputy director of the Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel in 1987, and director of the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Bibliothek in Hanover from 2002 to 2016. Ruppelt has published over 400 essays and 40 monographs on the subject of books, library science, and cultural history.

Georg Satzinger

Georg Satzinger, Professor of Art History at the University of Bonn since 1997, wrote his doctoral thesis on the pilgrimage church of Madonna di San Biagio near Montepulciano, an important central-plan building of the High Renaissance. He qualified as a university lecturer with a thesis on Michelangelo’s projects for the façade of San Lorenzo in Florence. He has authored numerous publications on 15th and 16th-century Italian architecture and sculpture, on the history of Michelangelo’s influence, as well as on Albrecht Dürer and Balthasar Neumann, among others.

Gabriel Schechter

Sports authority Gabriel Schechter, is the author of five books, most recently This Bad Day in Yankees History.

Georg Schöllhammer

Georg Schöllhammer, director documenta 12 magazines, editor-in-chief and founding editor of springerin – Hefte für Gegenwartskunst, author and curator. Lives and works in Vienna. Numerous publications, exhibitions and projects on contemporary art and architecture.

Grazia Signori

Grazia Signori has been working in the dimension stone sector (testing and identification) since 2001. Her research focuses on the petrographical composition and technical properties of natural stones. She is a Visiting Professor at several Italian universities, including Politecnico di Milano and the Earth Sciences Department of Università di Milano and regularly publishes in Italian journals.

Gay Talese

Gay Talese joined the staff of The New York Times in 1955 and remained there for a decade. During the 1960s and 1970s he contributed many articles to magazines, principally Esquire. Talese is the best-selling author of eleven books including Thy Neighbor’s Wife, Honor Thy Father, and A Writer’s Life. He lives in New York City.

Gary Tinterow

Gary Tinterow is the newly named director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. During his 27-year tenure at the Metropolitan Museum in New York he organized dozens of exhibitions on European painters of the last two centuries, from Ingres and Gericault to Picasso and Matisse. In 2007 he organized Neo Rauch: Para.

Robert van Gent

Robert van Gent is an historian of astronomy associated with the Institute for History and Foundations of Science at Utrecht University. After obtaining his PhD in astronomy at the University of Utrecht, he worked from 1989 to 1999 as curator of astronomy at the Museum Boerhaave in Leiden. He has published on the history of astronomy, celestial cartography, and astronomical instruments.

Michiel van Groesen

Michiel van Groesen is Professor of Maritime History at Leiden University, the Netherlands. He was previously Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Amsterdam, as well as Queen Wilhelmina Visiting Professor at Columbia University in New York. Van Groesen specializes in European conceptions of the early modern Atlantic world and is the author of two books: The Representations of the Overseas World in the De Bry Collection of Voyages (1590-1634), published in 2008, and Amsterdam’s Atlantic: Print Culture and the Making of Dutch Brazil (2017).

Guy Webster

Guy Webster (b. 1939) began his career by bluffing his way into teaching a photography class in the US Army. He soon became one of the most in-demand rock’n’roll photographers, shooting most major acts of the 1960s when they came through Los Angeles, including Bob Dylan, The Doors, and The Beach Boys. Webster shot the US cover for The Rolling Stones’ album Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (1966) in Beverly Hills.