Dr. Juliana Kreinik

About Dr. Juliana Kreinik

Dr. Juliana Kreinik has taught the History of Photography at SUNY, New Paltz and Pace University, and lectured on German art of the Weimar era. She received her Ph.D. from New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts, where she wrote her dissertation on New Objectivity in German painting and photography of the 1920s.

Edvard Munch, The Storm - detail
The anxiety felt by the women waiting for husbands sailing on a stormy sea is almost tangible in Munch’s picture.

Edvard Munch, The Storm

August Sander. Pastry cook, 1928 (Tate and National Galleries of Scotland)
Sander documented German people from all walks of life, but the goals of his project remain unclear.

August Sander, Portraits

Umbo, The Roving Reporter
A Czech journalist is depicted as a collage of modern technology. What would Umbo make of our 21st-century tech?

Umbo, The Roving Reporter