Sina Brückner-Amin

Sina Brückner-Amin

Doctoral Researcher

Sina Brückner-Amin works at the intersections of architectural history and cultural studies. From 2018-2021, she was a research assistant at the Architekturmuseum der TU München. There she worked  on the exhibition “Die Neue Heimat. A Social Democratic Utopia and its Buildings, 1950-1982”, which was shown in Munich, Hamburg, and Frankfurt, as well as on other exhibitions. Articles have appeared in the Kunstchronik, der architekt, and the exhibition catalogs of the Architekturmuseum (“Die Architekturmaschine”, “DesignBuild in der Architektur”), among others. After studying Art History, American Studies, and Media Studies in Frankfurt, she completed a Master’s degree in Curatorial Studies at the Städelschule. Meanwhile, she assisted at the DAM in the exhibition project “Frau Architekt”, and curated the cabinet exhibition “Treasures from the Archive 7. Zaha Hadid”.

California’s Masterplans. Administration, Education and Architecture in a Cybernetic Climate, 1959–1964

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