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Lauren Scott Miller
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Lauren Scott Miller is a creative entrepreneur based in New York City. With a background in History and International Relations from the University of Virginia, she has lived in France, worked in Italy and Turkey, and traveled extensively throughout the world.

From 2009-2015, Miller co-founded and directed the curatorial program of Lu Magnus, an art gallery that enabled the production of cutting-edge exhibitions and created a platform for discovery, collaboration and exchange beyond the traditional exhibition model.

In April of 2015, Miller made the decision to go mobile and continue her mission to produce public art projects through national and international partnerships. Lu Magnus continues to explore what we can all learn and experience when artists, thinkers and makers across disciplines come together to create.

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From Havana to NYC -- "The Need of Other Airs" at Robert Miller Gallery

(0) Comments | Posted September 16, 2015 | 12:52 PM

Thursday, September 17th, Robert Miller Gallery in Chelsea opens Nuevos Colores, a group show highlighting Cuban artists across generations and working in a diverse range of mediums.

One particular artist struck my eye during a trip to Cuba this past May for the Havana...

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Theft & Building Community

(0) Comments | Posted May 7, 2013 | 11:41 AM

Normally one would think these two concepts are mutually exclusive, myself included, but curator and conceptual artist Adam Parker Smith proved otherwise in his most recent show "Thanks," at my gallery, Lu Magnus, in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Viewers entered the exhibition space to find the stolen...

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Cultivating the Next Generation

(0) Comments | Posted October 23, 2012 | 5:30 PM

Growing up, my father's office was in Asia and for many years our dinner guests often reflected that. I can recall a night when I was 12 and engaged in a conversation with my father, my "Uncle" Ani and my "Uncle" Suhaimi. I recognized this was special -- that I...

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