Professor Christiane Wagner is internationally known for her research on aesthetics, sciences of art, architecture, design, and science of communication. Her extensive international experience includes participation in congresses, conferences, workshops, and lectures, presenting her research results, and chairing sessions in Europe, the United States, and Latin America. She has several publications, including books, peer-reviewed articles, and essays in German, English, French, and Portuguese. In addition to her scholarly experience, she founded the Art Style Magazine with a lengthy editorial background. The Art Style, Art & Culture International Magazine deals with images and their meaning in culture as forms of communication besides the significance of art and its issues related to the socio-cultural context. She is also a member of the College Art Association of America in New York, NY, and the Society for Interdisciplinary Image Science (Gesellschaft für interdisziplinäre Bildwissenschaft e.V.) in Germany. She has been a visiting research professor at the University of São Paulo, Contemporary Art Museum (MAC USP).