Christiane Wagner is a research professor, writer, editor, visual artist, architect-designer, and the founder of the Art Style Communication & Editions.
Professor Wagner began her higher education in Frankfurt am Main, then pursued her professional and academic career in São Paulo, maintaining a connection between Europe and the Americas. She was awarded a doctoral degree in Germany in the science of art and aesthetics (Promotion 2014) – recognized by the Hessian Ministry of Science and Art (Anabin). She has a Ph.D. in the science of art and aesthetics from Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne with highest honors (mention très honorable/summa cum laude), a Ph.D. in design and architecture (with highest honors), and a master’s degree in science of communication (with highest honors) from the University of São Paulo. In Berlin, she was awarded the Art Campaign Award, Neumann & Müller, 2006. Since then, she has developed her professional activities across Europe, Latin America, and North America. She develops projects focused on sustainability in urban design and architecture, aiming for solutions in visual communication by working with video, traditional and digital images, drawing, illustration, and photography. In addition, professor Wagner is internationally known for her research on aesthetics, the science of art, architecture, design, and communication. Her extensive international experience includes participating in congresses, conferences, workshops, and lectures; presenting her research results on cultural, media, and image studies, and chairing sessions in Europe, Canada, the United States, and Latin America. For more information, please visit her website.