Julia Rosenbaum

Julia Rosenbaum (*1978) is an independent art historian and art advisor.
She studied art history, classical archeology and educational sciences in Berlin and Rome. Self-employed, she has worked for the art commitment of Deutsche Bank AG since 2005 and is in responsible for the corporate art collection in Berlin. With extensive knowledge and networks in contemporary art, Julia Rosenbaum has worked as an art consultant for individuals and companies since 2015. In 2014, Julia Rosenbaum founded StudioVisits. Exclusive studio visits and personal discussions with artists open up individual perspectives on creative ideas, working methods and conditions. In 2016, Julia Rosenbaum co-initiated the Curators Inside platform, which takes up and discusses the practice of exhibition organizers in regular curatorial workshop discussions. Since 2011, Julia Rosenbaum has been co-curating the exhibition series Little Krimminals three times a year, which is dedicated to the topic of art and typography.



Bauhaus Stiftung Dessau, bbk, Collectors Agenda, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Guggenheim, Deutsche Bank KunstHalle, EEW Energy from Waste, fieldfisher, Filmakademie Ludwigsburg, Finnland Institut, Goethe Institut, Haus am Kleistpark, H’Group, Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FHNW (Basel), Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden, Kunstverein Frohnau, Keum Art Projects, Kommunale Galerie Steglitz | Tempelhof, Marsano, MARSANO, McKinsey, PalaisPopulaire, Roland Berger Stiftung, Hansen & Heinrich Vermögensverwaltung, Villa Aurora I Thomas Mann House, visit Berlin, Visual Thoughts, Kommunale Galerien Berlin, Winsor & Newton, ZAK and private clients