Suzie Hermán studies Early Modern Central and Eastern European art under the supervision of Professor Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann. Her research interests include art, architecture and art collecting in Central and Eastern Europe in regards of historiography and the interaction between art, politics and geography.
Suzie graduated from the University of Amsterdam in 2012 with a research master Art Studies. Her thesis considered the patronage of Cardinal Tamás Bakócz (1442-1521) and its position in the historiography of the Hungarian Renaissance. She continued her research at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome. Suzie obtained her BA in Art History and honours program degree Art, Science, and Practice at the University of Amsterdam and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. She also has an interest in contemporary art and before coming to Princeton Suzie worked internationally as curator of exhibitions, art projects and public programs.