Valerie von der Malsburg has experience in working with projects mainly in the cultural field and the visual arts. Also, she had long-term commitments in supporting elderly care programs, outdoor youth coaching and Amnesty International chapters and has worked as editorial assistant at a news channel.
Valerie can help you get the most out of your philanthropic engagements, by supporting us with hands-on management of your projects and by working with our team to deliver solid research and analysis to help you understand the issues that matter most. With her background in Law and project management, Valerie will be able to help you identify models of change that create positive social and environmental impact, and most importantly models that match your individual philanthropic approach.
Previous stations of her career have been at The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum Ludwig in Cologne, the Deutsche Bank Collection, and most recently at Art Basel Unlimited. Furthermore, she has organized independent exhibitions and event formats in Berlin and Cologne and worked as Curatorial Assistant for exhibitions on Tomás Saraceno, Alexander Calder, Jordan Wolfson and Otto Dix at the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf.
Valerie studied Art History and Theory, Literature, Political Science and Law in Augsburg, Cologne, Chicago and Berlin. In her studies she has focused mainly on the relationship of the arts to society, philosophy, and politics.