Corinna Kirsch is a curator and writer. Currently, she works as a senior editor at Art F City. From 2009 - 2010 she worked at the Weisman Art Museum as the O’Brien Curatorial Fellow where she curated exhibitions for the Drawing and Photography Galleries. She has held curatorial internships at the Guggenheim (NY) and the Art Institute of Chicago.
Her Master of Arts thesis “Early Video Art: From Anti-TV to Anti-Eye” was written in completion of her degree in Modern Art History, granted by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. While in Chicago, Corinna organized exhibitions with Concertina Gallery and The Exhibition Agency.
Her writing has been featured in Art Papers, Motherwell Journal, Art Fag City, and other print and online publications. In 2010, she was awarded the 2010 C Magazine New Critics Prize for art criticism. Catalog essays include the Artishok Biennial (Tartu, Estonia) and Hang in There (Chicago, IL). She has given public lectures at Nuit Blanche 2010 (Toronto, ON) and the Bruce High Quality Foundation University, among other institutions, and teaches art history courses from time to time.