Martin Søberg is an architectural historian. He is specialized in modern architecture and the relationship between architectural works and ideas. Another field of research is architectural representations and poetics, particularly in the 20th and 21st centuries. He currently works on a monographic study of the Danish modern architect Kay Fisker and has published articles in books and journals on the topics of architecture, drawing and photography.
Martin Søberg is co-editor of the books What Images Do (Aarhus University Press, 2019), Terræn. Veje ind i samtidskunsten (Aarhus University Press, 2019) and Refractions – Artistic Research in Architecture (Architectural Publisher B, 2016). He edited the thematic issue “Forming Welfare” of the research journal Nordic Journal of Architecture (2015) and was co-editor of thematic issues of the journals Artifact Journal (2017, “What Images Do”) and Periskop – Forum for kunsthistorisk debat (2016, “Arkitektur og kvantitet”). He is chair of the Danish Association of Art Historians and editor of the association’s journals Kunsthistorisk Bogliste and Quadratura – Writings in Danish Art History.