Andrea Stockhammer - Andrea Stockhammer

Andrea Stockhammer (* 1971 in Vienna ) is an Austrian art historian .

Life

Andrea Stockhammer studied art history at the University of Vienna and graduated in 1997 with a diploma. Afterwards she worked for exhibitions at the Austrian Gallery Belvedere and the Province of Lower Austria. In 2001/02 Stockhammer worked in the collection for tapestries and paraments in the Kunstkammer of the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna. From 2002 to 2004 she was involved in building the new museum as curator at the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna. From 2006 to 2010 Stockhammer worked at the Institute for Medieval Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences on the interdisciplinary project “Inscription Landscapes on the Upper Danube”. In 2009 she received her doctorate from the University of Vienna.

In September 2010 she was appointed director of the Landesmuseum Mainz. In this function she was responsible for art exhibitions such as German Impressionism [1] and cultural-historical presentations such as the Reformation in Germany. [2] As a result of the successful purchase of Max Slevogt's graphic estate in 2014, a research center on Max Slevogt was set up at the State Museum in cooperation with the Institute for Art History and Musicology at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and the State Library Center Rhineland-Palatinate / Palatinate State Library. [3] Joining the Mainz Science Alliance further strengthened networking with university institutions. [4]With the pilot project "Re-view collections" in cooperation with the German Museum Association, the State Museum strengthened the aspect of cultural diversity in its museum work. [5] On March 1, 2016, Stockhammer moved to the Ministry for Science, Further Education and Culture of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate and has been in charge of the Rhineland-Palatinate World Heritage Secretariat since then.

Stockhammer is married to the archaeologist Falko Daim (* 1953) and has one son.

Weblinks

Individual evidence

  1. http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/ausstellungen/ausstellungsarchiv/slevogt-neue-wege-des-impressionismus/
  2. http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/ausstellungen/ausstellungsarchiv/ritter-tod-teufel/
  3. http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/das-museum/forschungsprojekte/slevogt-forschungszentrum/ , https://www.rheinpfalz.de/kultur_artikel,-endet-ein-werkkatalog-_arid,1275306.html
  4. https://www.wissenschaftsallianz-mainz.de/verbindungen/die-forschungsinstitute/landesmuseum-mainz-generaldirektion-kulturelles-erbe-Rheinland-Pfalz/
  5. http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/museum-aktiv/sammlungen-neu-sichten/