Dorothea Schoene is a Berlin- based art historian, curator and writer. She is the recipient of a Fulbright grant, a Getty research grant as well as a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange service.
Schoene studied at the Leibniz College in Tübingen/ Germany, at the University of Leipzig/ Germany as well as at the University of California Riverside. Her publications on Contemporary Middle Eastern, American and German art have appeared in numerous art magazines (x-tra, Art Tomorrow, afterimage et al.).
In addition, Schoene has contributed to edited volumes on museum and exhibition history (e.g. 2010 for the Städel Museum in Frankfurt). Dorothea Schoene has worked as curatorial assistant at the LA County Museum of Art to work on the exhibition „Art of Two Germanys – Cold War Cultures“, which showed in Los Angeles and two German venues in 2009- 2010.
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