Alexandra von Stosch is an author, curator and lecturer with a doctoral degree in art history. After graduating from the Sorbonne in Paris, she was responsible for national art-in-architecture projects, as well as for the art collection of the Société Générale, La Défense. From 1997 to 2001 she founded and directed the International Center for Curatorial Studies in New York. In Berlin she taught a.o. at Humboldt University and since 2017 at the Barenboim Said Academy. Furthermore, Alexandra von Stosch is member of the board at Villa Aurora/Thomas Mann House e.V., at Stadtmuseum Berlin, on the scientific board of Berlinische Galerie, as well as an art juror. In 2015, she founded Bauhaus Council Berlin e.V., a platform for future discourse for the Bauhaus Archives. Since March 2017, she heads the Art & Culture Department of the Artprojekt Group and has been a member of the Executive Board since January 2019.