Prof. Dr. Ursula Anna Frohne

Professorin für Kunst und Kunstgeschichte, Germany

Ursula Frohne 2004

Ursula Frohne 2004

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Abstract

Ursula Anna Frohne is an art historian and cultural theorist. She has been curator at the ZKM| Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe (Germany) from 1995-2002 and has taught art history, visual studies, cultural studies, and media theory at the Academy for Design in Karlsruhe since 1997. She was Visiting Professor at the Department of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University in 2001/2002 and is currently Professor for Art History at the International University Bremen (Germany). After studying art history she received her PhD with a thesis on the social history of the American artist at the Freie Universität Berlin, where she taught at the Department for Art History from 1988-1995. Her research has been funded with grants from the J. Paul Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, Santa Monica (1990/91), the American Council for the Learned Societies (1994/95) and the Pembroke Center, Brown University, Providence, R.I. (2001/02).

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Biography

She has been curator for numerous exhibitions on contemporary art and architecture.

Works / Projects

The focus of her work is in contemporary art, photography, film, video and installation, theory of image media and new media.

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