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MELANIE E. FEIT

251 Water Street Apt. 3A
New York, New York 10038
(212)732 4390

EDUCATION: 

1984 - KUNSTHISTORISCHES INSTITUT DER UNIVERSITAT BONN, W. GERMANY
Doctoral studies in 20th Century Art
Minors: Archaeology, Oriental Art History

1980 - 1983 INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
Master of Arts, October 1983
Emphasis: Modern Art and Chinese Art
Fulbright Fellowship

1977 - 1980 INSTITUT D'ART ET D'ARCHEOLOGIE, UNIVERSITE DE PARIS-SORBONNE, PARIS 
Licence en histoire de l'art, June 1980, cum laude

1978 - 1979 INSTITUT DES LANGUES ET CIVILISATIONS ORIENTALES, UNIVERSITE DE PARIS-SORBONNE, PARIS
Studies in Oriental civilizations

1976 - 1977 KUNSTHISTORISCHES INSTITUT DER UNIVERSITAT BONN, W.GERMANY
Major: Art History, Minor: Anthropology

WORK EXPERIENCE: 

1985 - ACHIM MOELLER FINE ART LTD, New York
Assistant to Gallery Director. Preparation of catalogue raisonne of paintings by Lyonel Feininger. 

Summer 1983 CHINA HOUSE OF ARTS, New York
 Assistant to Gallery Director.

1981 - 1983 INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York
Research Assistant to Professor Harry Bober. 

1982 - 1983 GALERIE KOLLER ZURICH, New York subsidiary of Swiss Auction House
Assistant to Director.

Spring 1981 BROOKLYN MUSEUM, New York 
Curatorial Trainee and Assistant to Dr. Bernard V. Bothmer, then Chairman of the Egyptian and Classical Art Department.

Summer 1979 DAAD, German Academic Exchange Office, Bonn, W.Germany Administrative Assistant.

Summer 1978 AUSWARTIGES AMT, State Department, Bonn, W.Germany
Administrative Assistant.

Spring 1978 HEINRICH HEINE HAUS, German House, Paris
Assistant to Chief Librarian.

LANGUAGES: FLUENT GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGLISH.
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