Noelle Paulson completed her Master of Arts and doctoral degrees in nineteenth-century European art history at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Since moving to Switzerland in 2009, she has worked as a freelance art historical writer, editor and consultant as well as an executive assistant in the field of architecture and urban design. Her essays on late nineteenth-century French painting have appeared in museum exhibition catalogues for the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, the Phillips Collection in Washington D.C., and Kunstmuseum Winterthur, among others. A recipient of numerous travel and research fellowships, she has presented public talks in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. She joined the direction of the BRG as Administrative Coordinator in 2015 and is co-author of the book Beyond Bending: Reimagining Compression Shells (Edition DETAIL, 2017).
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