Brückle

Wolfgang Brückle

Wolfgang Brückle is Senior Lecturer at the Lucerne Art Academy and Guest Lecturer at the University of Zürich.  He will be a Research Fellow at the Bard Graduate Center in January and February 2014.  Brückle received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Hamburg University.  He was previously Visiting Professor of Art History at the University of Zürich and the University of Bern, Guest Lecturer of Art History at Universität Lüneburg and Regensburg University, Senior Research Officer of Art History and Theory at the University of Essex, Assistant Professor of Art History at the University of Bern and Stuttgart University, and Assistant Curator at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.  Brückle has published extensively on medieval and early modern art, as well as modern and contemporary art.  His book-length publications include Ausgestelltes Mittelalter: Kontextbildung, Geschichtsbildung, Wertbildung, co-editors, Pierre Alain Mariaux and Daniela Mondini (Bern: Peter Lang Verlag, Forthcoming); Kunstausbildung: Aneigung und Vermittlung künstlerischer Kompetenz, co-editor, Peter Schneemann (Munich: Verlag Silke Schreiber, 2008); Civitas terrena: Staatsrepräsentation und politischer Aristotelismus in der französischen Kunst, 1270-1380 (Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2005); Brennpunkt Schweiz: Positionen in der Videokunst seit 1970, co-editors, Rachel Mader and Nicole Schweizer (Schriftenreihe des Berner Kunstmuseums 9; Bern: Kunstmuseum, 2005); and Von Rodin bis Baselitz: Der Torso in der Skulptur der Moderne, co-author, Kathrin Elvers-Svamberk (Ostfildern-Ruit: Hatje-Cantz, 2001).  While in residence at the BGC, Brückle will work on a project entitled “The Period Room Displays for Medieval Art in Eighteenth-Century Collections and Beyond.”

 


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