Deborah Krieger

Deborah Krieger is a graduate of Swarthmore College in Art History, German, and Film and Media Studies. She has been published in the Northwestern Art Review, Hyperallergic, and other art and culture platforms both online and in print. She was a recipient of a Fulbright grant to Vienna, Austria, where she taught English, researched contemporary art, and studied at the University of Vienna. She is currently a curatorial assistant at the Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington, DE.

articles by this author

Film Review: "The Square" Satirizes and Condemns the Art World, and Us

"Loving" and Losing Vincent van Gogh

Exploring Flowers, Tolstoy, and The Wifi on Mount Olympus with Lola Rose Thompson

"In A New Space," Brenda Goodman Turns Towards the Light

Marisa Merz Takes the Spotlight at Los Angeles' Hammer Museum

Artist Pat Riot is Ready to Rumble

Krinzinger Projekte's "Artists in Residence" Offers Some Intrigue, But Mostly Feels Unfinished

New York Artist Maria Kreyn's Breakout Moment

Deborah Krieger on Gabriel Sierra at Secession

Franz West: ARTISTCLUB at Vienna’s 21er Haus

Georgia O’Keeffe at the Kunstforum Wien

Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz’s The Art Show at Berlinische Galerie

romANTIsch? Unsere technisierte Gesellschaft braucht Romantik! (Romantic? Our technological society needs romance!) at the Künstlerhaus, Vienna, Austria

Am Ende: Architektur Zeitreisen 1959 – 2019 (In the End: Architecture Journeys through Time 1959 – 2019) at the Architekturzentrum Wien

Discrete Installations: Anna Jermolaewa at 21er Haus