Dr. Stephanie Rosenthal. Kunsthistorikerin und Direktorin. Martin-Gropius-Bau. Veranstaltungsteilnahme(n). Internationale Karriere als Kuratorin, seit Direktorin des Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin: Stephanie Rosenthal drückt diesem Ort ihren. Stephanie Rosenthal ist eine deutsche Kunsthistorikerin und Kuratorin. Seit Februar ist die „Expertin für performative und zeitgenössische Kunst“ Direktorin des Martin-Gropius-Baus in Berlin.
"Mein Team leistet sehr viel!": Allein im Museum mit Stephanie RosenthalAlles zur Person "Stephanie Rosenthal". Stephanie Rosenthal, geboren in München, ist seit Februar Direktorin des Gropius Bau in Berlin. Sie hat an der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in. Filmwerk der Künstlerin Ana Mendieta als Startschuss für neue Museumsleiterin Stephanie Rosenthal. Berlin. Startschuss für Stephanie Rosenthal, die neue.
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Rosenthal is known for her unique music and choreography, the latter due in part to her background in dance. Since the US Nationals, Stephanie has been invited to skate in "An Evening With Champions.
Her coaches and choreographers are Stewart and Christi Sturgeon and she skates for the Salt Lake City Figure Skating Club.
She recently finished performing in the world premier of Cold as Ice starring Oksana Baiul in Long Island. She is currently coaching and training in Connecticut.
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