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Ingrid Holzschuh | Art/Architecture Historian and Curator

Ingrid Holzschuh is mentor of Anna-Maria Jäger

Ingrid Holzschuh is an art and architectural historian as well as a curator. She studied art history at the University of Vienna. Since 2010, she has worked as an independent art and architectural historian, conducting her own research projects and curating exhibitions. She also works as a research associate at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and serves as a lecturer and guest speaker at various universities, including the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology.

Her publications and research focus on art and architectural history, with an emphasis on architecture and urban planning between fascist dictatorships and democratic systems, art and art policy during the National Socialist period, post-war modernism, and the role of women in architecture.