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Dr. phil. Alexandra von Stosch

Dr. phil. Alexandra von Stosch
  • Studied Art History, Italian and French Letters, and American Studies in Bonn, Munich and Paris; Maitrise in Art History at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, doctoral thesis on the early photographs by Stanley Kubrick at the Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität Munich (with international exhibition tour)
  • Initiator/program director of the interdisciplinary future program „Bauhaus Council Berlin“ @Bauhaus Archiv Museum für Gestaltung Berlin
  • Formerly artistic director of the agency Art Public Contemporain in Paris, chief curator of the International Center for Curatorial Studies ICCARUS (Munich, New York, Berlin) and founding member of the interdisciplinary Contemporary Arts Alliance Berlin gGmbH (fund raising and CAA Academy)
  • Curatorial work (conception and organization oft he new collection of contemporary art for the headquarters of the bank Société Générale in Paris-La Défense; art in the public space in France; group and solo exhibitions)
  • Active member of the department of art and science at the Human Science Center of Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität Munich and the interdisciplinary working group „Cultures of Images“ of the Academy of Sciences Berlin-Brandenburg
  • Publications of essays on aesthetics and interdisciplinary discourses as well as monographs among others on Anish Kapoor (with Rainer Crone; Prestel Verlag, 2008) and Edward Ruscha (Walther König Verlag, 2009)
  • Art jurys (Villa Aurora, BDI-Kulturkreis der deutschen Wirtschaft, CAA)
  • Member in the board of Villa Aurora Berlin/Los Angeles e.V.; Scholarly Board of Berlinische Galerie; Foundation Council of Stadtmuseum Berlin
  • Visiting professor within the context of „Plurality of Forms of Knowledge“ at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (WS 14/15 und SS 16); further teaching activities among others at Bauhaus Universität Weimar, Universität der Künste Berlin, since 2010 in the department of European Cultural Studies of Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin