Books


  • Corina Meyer: Die Geburt des bürgerlichen Kunstmuseums – Johann Friedrich Städel und sein Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt am Main (Berliner Schriften zur Museumsforschung, ed. by Bernhard Graf and Bénédicte Savoy, vol. 32), 550 pp., PhD, diss., Berlin: G+H, 2013.
    See "Städel"
  • Corina Meyer: Museale Präsentation und Vermittlung von Kunstgewerbe – am Beispiel des Kunstgewerbemuseums Berlin (Mitteilungen und Berichte aus dem Institut für Museumsforschung, ed. by Bernhard Graf, vol. 39), Magister thesis, Berlin: Institute for Museum Research, 2007.
    Link to the Publication
  • Edited with Matthias Jung: Bologna Revisited. General Education at Europe's Universities. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag, 2009.
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Essays · Articles · Reviews (selected)


  • together with Susanna Avery-Quash: "'Substituting an approach to historical evidence for the vagueness of speculation': Charles Lock Eastlake and Johann David Passavant's Contribution to the Professionalization of Art-historical Study through Source-based Research," in Journal of Art Historiography 18 (June 2018), issue ed. by Elizabeth Heath (peer-reviewed).
  • "'… um sich zu nützlichen und brauchbaren Bürgern und Künstlern zu bilden'. Zur Entstehung der Städelschule," in 200 Jahre Städelschule, Festschrift, ed. by Marie Egger, Frankfurt am Main: Städelschule, 2017, pp. 37-47.
  • "A Desire for Action. Civic Participation, or the Right to Decide on Possessions," in Collections. A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals, Vol. 12, No. 3 (2016), ed. by Juilee Decker, focus issue "Belongings" by Jennifer Way and Elizabeth Weinfield, pp. 289-315.
  • "'An identifying characteristic that makes the [collection] worth a trip' – The Orléans collection as a stamp album in London?," in
    Getty Research Journal 8 (2016), pp. 55-72.
  • Contributions to the Bern catalogue:

    -   Albrecht Kauw (1616-1681)

    -   Joseph Werner d.J. (1637-1710)

    -   Wolfgang Adam Töpffer (1766-1847)

    -   Claude Monet (1840-1926)

    -   Henri Laurens (1885-1954)

    -   Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart (1899-1962)

    -   Piero Manzoni (1933-1963)

    -   Lucio Fontana (1899-1968)

    -   Mark Rothko (1903-1970)

    -   Sean Scully (*1945)

    -   Helmut Federle (*1944)
    in Kunstmuseum Bern. Meisterwerke, ed. Matthias Frehner and Valentina Locatelli, München: Hirmer, 2016.

  • and the same contributions to:

    the English edition: Kunstmuseum Bern. Masterpieces, ed. Matthias Frehner and Valentina Locatelli, München: Hirmer, 2016.

  • Contributions to the Bilbao catalogue:
    - Henri Laurens
    - Piero Manzoni
    - Lucio Fontana
    in La colección de Hermann y Margrit Rupf, exh. cat. (Museum Guggenheim Bilbao, 2016/11/11-2017/04/23), Bilbao: Museo Guggenheim Bilbao, 2016.
  • "'[...] denn gute Gemälde hatte ich versprochen, gute habe ich geliefert, aber, aber [...]'. Ein folgenreicher Streit um die Erwerbung eines Filippino Lippi im Städelschen Kunstinstitut um 1820." in RIHA Journal 57 (October 2012): 41 pp. http://www.riha-journal.org/articles/2012/2012-oct-dec/meyer-lippi-streit
  • "Philipp Veit," in Schönheit und Revolution. Klassizismus 1770−1820, ed. by Eva Mongi-Vollmer and Maraike Bückling, exh. cat., Frankfurt am Main: Städel Museum (Munich: Hirmer 2013), 304–307.
  • "Heinrich Friedrich Höffler," in Pariser Lehrjahre. Ein Lexikon zur Ausbildung deutscher Maler in der französischen Hauptstadt. vol. I: 1793-1843, ed. by Bénédicte Savoy and France Nerlich (Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter, 2013), 115–117.
  • with Frauke Josenhans. "Johannes Thomas", in Pariser Lehrjahre, 285–288.
  • with Nina Struckmeyer. "Carl Friedrich Wendelstadt", in Pariser Lehrjahre, 309–311.
  • "'[...] as I had promised good paintings, I delivered good ones, but, but [...]'" Poster presentation at the International Congress of Art Historians (CIHA), Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg, July 15–21, 2012
  • "On the implementation of the EUniCult concept. An interim account", in Bologna Revisited, 197–206 [German], 397–404 [English].