Hagemann studied art history , English and American studies as well as prehistory and early history at the Humboldt University of Berlin , the TU Berlin and the University of Halle (Saale) . He then worked in the UK in 2001 in the preservation of historic monuments. In 2005 he submitted his doctoral thesis entitled Wilhelmine von Lichtenau - on the role of the client in Berlin's early classicism .
From 2008 to 2018 he was a research assistant at the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation Berlin-Brandenburg and was responsible for various exhibitions as a curator:
- 2009 permanent exhibition at Schönhausen Palace in Berlin
- 2012 the exhibition "Friederisiko" on the occasion of the 300th birthday of Friedrich II. In the New Palace in Potsdam
- 2015 the exhibition “Woman's Matter. How Brandenburg became Prussia ”in the theater at Charlottenburg Palace .
- Wilhelmine von Lichtenau - From mistress to patroness ( ISBN 978-3-412-24006-6 )
- Preserved - Restored - Renewed. Restoration guide through the Prussian castles ( ISBN 978-3-7338-0348-3 )
- Schönhausen: Rococo and Cold War: The eventful history of a palace and its garden ( ISBN 978-3-8977-3625-2 )
- Friederisiko - catalog book for the exhibition in Potsdam and essay volume ( ISBN 978-3777451411 )
- Woman thing. How Brandenburg became Prussia ( ISBN 978-3954981427 )
- History of the place - Humboldt Forum. Retrieved September 26, 2018 .
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Hagemann, Alfred P.|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German art historian|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 28, 1975|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Kusel , Palatinate|