Sarah Edith Kleinman is an Art History Ph.D. candidate at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, U.S., specializing in Modern and Contemporary Art and Museum Studies. This website is a repository for Kleinman's artwork made prior to her pursuit of graduate study.

Her research and teaching focus on twentieth- and twenty-first-century art and curatorial studies in a global context, with a special interest in post-colonial, feminist, and literary theory. Sarah's forthcoming dissertation investigates the curatorial practices and exhibitions of Kynaston McShine (1935–2018).

Sarah holds bachelor's degrees in Political Science, Art History, and Studio Art from the University of Colorado at Boulder (2010) and a master's in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University (summa cum laude, 2016). Among many awards and grants, Sarah is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Fellowship to Trinidad and Tobago and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Graduate Fellowship for Art History.