Amanda Herold-Marme

Adjunct Faculty

Teacher and author.

Education
She completed her PhD in Art History in 2017 from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po). She also finished her masters in Contemporary Art History from Sorbonne Paris IV in 2010. She has a Bachelors in Art History from the University Sorbonne Paris IV (2008) and another masters degree in Hispanic Literature & Culture from the New York University in 2003.

Teaching
EFREI Paris, “Art, Technology and Society”, Fall 2020, Paris College of Art, “Revolutions: A History of the World from Ancient to Modern Times”, Spring 2020, University of California Education Abroad Program in Paris, “Food and Dining in French Art”, Fall 2019 and “The Art of War: from Glory to Disenchantment”, Fall 2018; ACCENT, Santa Barbara City College “History of Art, Renaissance to Modern”, Fall 2019; Ecole du Louvre, Travaux dirigés devant les oeuvres, 2018-2019, 2019-2020, 2020-2021.

Publications
« Antoni Clavé, liberté créatrice et vicissitudes de l’Histoire », Exhibition catalogue, Antoni Clavé, sur le front de l’art, Musée Hyacinthe Rigaud, Perpignan, Somogy, 2019; « José García Tella, an ‘hombre artista’ in exile in Paris’s Postwar art scene », Lost, Loose and Loved. Foreign artists in Paris, 1944-1968, Exhibition catalogue, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (MNCARS), Madrid, 2018; « Picasso et les expositions antifranquistes », Guernica, Exhibition catalogue, Éditions Gallimard, Musée national Picasso Paris, 2018.

Professional Experience/Clients
Promotion, Authentication, Research Manager for Julio Gonzalez Administration (2017-present); Academic Affairs Supervisor for New York University in Paris (2009-2016); First-year program and student life coordinator at the New York University in Paris (2005-2009).