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since 7/2021 Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Scientific Director Research Association Marbach Weimar Wolfenbüttel

4/2020-7/2021 Klassik Stiftung Weimar, General Coordinator Research Association Marbach Weimar Wolfenbüttel

4/2015–3/2020 HENI Publishing, Project Manager francis-bacon.com

10/2016–12/2016 The John Deakin Archive, Researcher (freelance)

4/2014–4/2015 Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation Monaco, Researcher

3/2012–8/2013 The Estate of Francis Bacon, PhD Scholarship

5/2011–10/2011 The Estate of Francis Bacon, Research Assistant

3/2010–3/2011 The Estate of Francis Bacon, Francis Bacon Archive Fellowship

6/2009–11/2009 Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, Exhibition Intern

2/2008–4/2008 GMK Museum Ludwig Cologne, Project Intern

11/2005–1/2006 Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp, Collection Intern

9/2004–10/2004 Museum of Eastern Asian Art Cologne, Exhibition Intern

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2009 M.A. Art History, University of Cologne

2019, Ph.D. Art History, University of Cologne

1 Response to CV

  1. Robert Muir says:

    Dear Katharina (if I may), I have just read your fascinating, insightful and beautifully crafted essay on Bacon and Deakin in ‘The British Art Journal’. I thought it was terrific and I learned so much from it. I’m really pleased you were able to gain access to the John Deakin Archive because it can be quite a process, now that it no longer has its own stand-alone home nor full-time curator. It may interest you to know that I am earmarked to catalogue the Vogue Library’s considerable holding of Deakin’s negatives. I attempted it as a much younger man in 1985 when Bruce Bernard was still very active and able to supply names to forgotten faces, but it was half-hearted and had to be put to one side as other projects came up. I hope very much that you will write more about Deakin and Bacon. You, along with Martin Harrison and Jessica O’Donnell, have a gift for making both come vividly to life while making significant academic contributions — in my experience that’s a rarity! With all best wishes, Robin Muir

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