- West German architecture
- Architectural debates in Germany
- The development of museum architecture
- Postwar architecture in Western Europe and the Eastern Bloc
The Development of West German Art Museums in the 1950–1990s in the Context of Architectural Discussion and Cultural Policy
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- "Proekt byuro Gyuntera Benisha v konkurse 1977 goda na stroitel'stvo Novoj Gosudarstvennoj galerei v Shtutgarte. Modernizm terpit neudachu [Günter Behnisch’ Project in the 1977 Competition on the Neue Staatsgalerie Building in Stuttgart. Modernism Fails]", in Marginalii: nevoploshchennoe, otvergnutoe i zabytoe v istorii iskusstva i vizual'noj kul'ture XVIII–XXI vv.: tezisy studencheskoj nauchnoj konferencii, Saint-Petersburg 2021, pp. 23–25.
- "V poiskah novoj arhitektury [Seeking the New Architecture]", Dialog iskusstv, 2 (2022), pp. 80–85.
Alexander Lemeshinski completed his BA at the St. Petersburg Stieglitz Academy of Applied Arts with a thesis on the development of Berlin museums between the 19th and 21st century with focus on architecture. He continued his studies on German museum architecture at the European University at St. Petersburg. He spent the Spring Semester of 2020 at the Venice International University as a part of the exchange program. Alexander got his MA with a thesis focusing on the West German museum buildings of the 1970s and 1980s. He is currently a pre-doctoral fellow at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, continuing his studies on West German architecture, focusing on the development of the art museums in West Germany from a perspective of architectural discussion and cultural policy.