Tania’s Corner


Tania Shybko (Minsk, Belarus, 1987) is a humanitarian aid worker, a photographer and a passionate traveller. She holds a degree in International relations and Oriental studies as well as a Masters in International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Development Policies. She studied in China and France and worked with NGOs on various continents, namely in such countries as Haiti, Lebanon, Central African Republic and Cameroon. Foreign languages and photography are among her main passions. She has been studying various foreign languages since she was a kid, and as for photography, Tania participated in several photo exhibitions in Belarus and abroad and organised a personal photo-exhibition “FantAsias”. Together with her friend Pierre-Emmanuel, she created the No Boundaries Blog where they publish articles on their travels and work.


HCH-TANIA-SHYBKO-PHOTO-CV SHYBKO, Tania. Exploring the North of Thailand / Exploration du nord de la Thaïlande (HCH 6)

HCH-TANIA-SHYBKO-PHOTO-CV SHYBKO, Tania. The Magic of the Angkor Temples (HCH 8)

HCH-TANIA-SHYBKO-PHOTO-CV SHYBKO, Tania. In the Capital of Cambodia (HCH 9)

1. Going away to come back. Sukhothai, Thailand

(Going away to come back, Tania Shybko, Sukhothai, Thailand, 2015)


Randy’s Corner


E. Randol Schoenberg (Los Angeles, 1966) is an attorney, philanthropist, law professor, museum chair and dad. He graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics in 1988 and a certificate in EuropeanCultural Studies. In 1991 he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Southern California. Randol is of-counsel and was the co-founding partner of Burris, Schoenberg & Walden, LLP, where he handled a number of complex business litigation matters, specializing in cases involving looted art and the recovery of property stolen by the Nazi authorities during the Holocaust. Mr. Schoenberg has tried and argued cases before the United States Supreme Court, Second and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, United States District Court, California Court of Appeal and the Los Angeles Superior Court.  During the past decade, he has litigated several prominent cases, including Austria versus Altmann case. In the Altmann case, he sought return of six famous Klimt paintings to his client. After persuading the United States Supreme Court that Maria Altmann could sue Austria for return of the paintings, he agreed to arbitrate the dispute in Austria. In January 2006 the arbitration panel decided that the paintings, valued at over $325 million, should be returned to Mrs. Altmann. In 2007, Randol received the California Lawyer Attorney of the Year award for outstanding achievement in the field of litigation. He also received the 2006 Jurisprudence Award from the Anti-Defamation League and the Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award from the American Jewish Congress. Randol is the grandson of Austrian composers Arnold Schoenberg and Eric Zeisl. Actor Ryan Reynolds portrays Randol in the film Woman in Gold (2015).

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Gaza is not a Nazi concentration camp or ghetto (HCH 3)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Woman in Gold premieres in Berlin (HCH 4)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Woman in Gold & Yom HaShoah (HCH 5)

 RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Missing Mahler Photo Found… But Not Yet Recovered (HCH 6)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Mahler photo update (HCH 6)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Stolen Mahler photo offered on ebay for $150,000 (HCH 6)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Change of Air Urgently Recommended (HCH 7)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Peter Beinart’s Holocaust Problem (HCH 8)

RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Rosh Hashanah — Zichronot (HCH 13)


RANDOL-SCHOENBERG-OK SCHOENBERG, E. Randol. Letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael E. Horowitz (HCH 14)


(Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, Klimt, 1907)

Pierre-Emmanuel’s Corner


Pierre-Emmanuel Moingt (Tours, France, 1990) is a Humanitarian aid worker. He first studied Business and Administration. While working as a volunteer in Cambodia, he realized how much he loved travelling and started being very interested in the field of Humanitarian Aid. He then joined IFAID Institute in order to pass a Master and become a Humanitarian Projects Coordinator. Since he graduated, he has worked with different NGOs in Cambodia, Jordan, South-Sudan, Central African Republic and Democratic Republic of Congo. He reads a lot, explores film photography and documentary filmmaking. Together with his friend Tania, he created the No Boundaries Blog where they publish articles on their travels and work.

CV_2 MOINGT, Pierre-Emmanuel. Cambodia Black and White (HCH 4)

CV_2 MOINGT, Pierre-Emmanuel. Exploring the North of Thailand / Exploration du nord de la Thaïlande (HCH 6)

(Waiting for the time to pass, Pierre-Emmanuel Moingt, Siem Reap, Cambodia)

Coco’s & Miki’s Corner

Miki Carmi (Jerusalem, 1976) was born to a government official and a compulsive book collector. As a teenager he had few short careers including early music entrepreneur, long jumper and shotokan warrior. In his early 20’s he devoted himself to the art of painting and ended up in NYC with his lifetime project of painting over and over the same painting. He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Fine Arts, Jerusalem (1998–2002) and at the MFA Columbia University, NY (2003–2005). His latest project includes a collaboration with his wife the performance artist Tamy Ben-Tor, which was shown world-wide in Galleries and Museums.

CARMI. Miki. Eros and Thanatos: The Paintings of Miki Carmi, by Coco Fusco (HCH 5)

(Big Mom by Miki Carmi, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 143 cm x 110 cm)