Professors

Photo: Julian Martitz

Johan Bettum

Architecture
Photo: Åsa Lundén, Moderna Museet

Daniel Birnbaum

Philosophy and Art Education
Photo: Heji Shin

Isabelle Graw

Art Theory
Foto: Florian Zeyfang

Judith Hopf

Fine Arts, Vice-Rector
Photo: Sebastian Bolesch / HKW

Hassan Khan

Fine Arts
Photo: Büro Schramm für Gestaltung

Philippe Pirotte

Art History and Cultural Education, Rector
Photo: Killa Schuetze

Tobias Rehberger

Sculpture
Photo: Jonas Leihener

Willem de Rooij

Fine Arts
Photo: Tony Rinaldo

Amy Sillman

Painting
Photo: Qiao Zhang

Theodore Spyropoulos

Architecture
Photo: Abigail Enzaldo, © Haegue Yang and kurimanzutto, 2017

Haegue Yang

Fine Arts

Honorary
Professors

Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln

Kasper König

Cultural Education
Photo: Anders Clausen

Wolfgang Tillmans

Fine Arts

Guest
Professors

Photo: Louis Haugh

Gerard Byrne

Film
Photo: American Academy Berlin

Beatriz Colomina

Architecture History
Photo: David Fischer

Nikolas Gambaroff

Painting
Photo: Nicole Strasser

Tom McCarthy

Fine Arts

Jenny Nachtigall

Art Theory
Photo: Michael Setzpfandt

Bonaventure Ndikung

Art Theory and Curatorial Studies
Foto: privat

Peter Trummer

Architecture and Urban Design
Photo: Eunice Tsang

Wu Tsang

Film
Photo: Rob Kulisek

Mark Wigley

Architecture Theory

Additional Teachers

Photo: Tony RinaldoPhoto: Tony Rinaldo

Amy Sillman

Painting

Amy Sillman (b.1956 in Detroit/USA) works and lives in New York and teaches since 2015 as Professor of Fine Arts at Städelschule. In the 1970s she moved from Chicago to New York, where she first studied Japanese language, before turning to painting. Sillman foregrounds the materiality of painting and its formal, psychological, and conceptual dimensions. She constructs her work in a physical way — through gesture, color, and drawing-based procedures — imbuing it with questions of feminism, performativity and humor. Her work is an ongoing negotiation between the improvisatory and the structural aspects of thinking itself, with painting posited as a language in which to express thinking in a formal and affective method. She received an MFA from Bard College in 1995 and has shown regularly since then, including such venues as The Whitney Museum, MoMA, and The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. One-person exhibitions venues include the Camden Arts Centre in London, The Drawing Center in New York City, Portikus in Frankfurt/Main and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Her work was also part of several group shows, including institutions such as the MoMa and the Whitney Biennial.

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