Claudia Marion Stemberger

Art historian / curator / writer (Vienna&Berlin)

Claudia Marion Stemberger is an European art historian. She works as researcher and curator internationally. She holds both an MA and BA in Art History (University of Vienna), completed her Master in Arts Management (Johannes-Kepler-University of Linz), and received a Doctor of Medicine (Karl-Franzens-University of Graz).
Curatorial projects: "Viewpoints on Folklore" (ACF, London), "Performing Proximity" (Kunstraum Glockengasse, Vienna), "Farewell to Longing. Figurations of Heimat in Contemporary Art" (Kunstraum Niederoesterreich, Vienna), "Alterating Conditions: Performing Performance Art in South Africa" (Bag Factory & GoetheonMain, Johannesburg), "No more bad girls?" (Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna & Stiftelsen, Bergen), "Bricolage Deluxe" (k48, Vienna).
Fellowships and awards: Deutsche Börse Residency Program, Frankfurter Kunstverein; Curator-in-Residence, Bag Factory, Johannesburg. Research Fellowship for German Curators, Goethe-Institut; International Postgraduate Scholarship, Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research. Research Fellow IFK_Akademie, "The Power of Chance".
Editor of a number of exhibition catalogues, and author of contextual and peer-reviewed essays.
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