Monika Baer

Fine Arts and Painting
Photo: Åsa Lundén, Moderna Museet

Daniel Birnbaum

Philosophy and Art Education
Photo: Louis Haugh

Gerard Byrne

Photo: Constanze Flamme

Benjamin Foerster-Baldenius

Fine Arts, Cohabitation
Photo: Heji Shin

Isabelle Graw

Art History and Art Theory
Foto: Florian Zeyfang

Judith Hopf

Fine Arts
Photo: Sebastian Bolesch / HKW

Hassan Khan

Fine Arts
Photo: Büro Schramm für Gestaltung

Philippe Pirotte

Art History and Curatorial Studies
Photo: Valentina Knežević

Yasmil Raymond

Rector, Professor for Curatorial Studies
Photo: Killa Schuetze

Tobias Rehberger

Photo: Jonas Leihener

Willem de Rooij

Fine Arts
Photo: Abigail Enzaldo, © Haegue Yang and kurimanzutto, 2017

Haegue Yang

Fine Arts, Vice-Rector


Photo: Christian Werner

Clémentine Deliss

Art History and Curatorial Studies
Photo: Frank Röth

Niklas Maak

Fine Arts – Frankfurter Prototyp
Photo: Paula Court

Asad Raza

Fine Arts


Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv, Köln

Kasper König

Cultural Education
Photo: Renate Brandt

Christa Näher

Fine Arts
Photo: Anders Clausen

Wolfgang Tillmans

Fine Arts

Research Fellows

Monika Szewczyk

Art History

Visiting Author

Omar Kasmani

Creative Writing


Photo: Diana Pfammatter

Liberty Adrien & Carina Bukuts

Photo: Natalie Häusler

Eric Bell

Photo Lab

Karl Kliem

Production Studio

Nino Pezzella

Nude Drawing

Additional Teachers

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

Haegue Yang

Fine Arts, Vice-Rector

Haegue Yang lives and works in Berlin and Seoul and has been a Professor of Fine Arts at the Städelschule since 2017. She is interested in how the formal and conceptual, as well as the narrative language in art, form an irresistible paradox in contemplating on and reflecting the conflicts and circumstances of our time. Yang’s recent work considers the ever-developing and overwhelming possibility of communications technology and questions the status of human beings and the nature of civilization, articulated through her language of mute abstraction, which  is nothing but a lingering voice, murmuring an “absence of identity.” Recipient of the 2018 Wolfgang Hahn Prize, she held a survey exhibition at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne in the same year. Further solo exhibitions have been held at institutions worldwide including the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila (2020), Tate St Ives (2020), Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (2020), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (2020); MO.CO. Panacée, Montpellier (2018); La Triennale di Milano (2018), and Centre Pompidou, Paris (2016). Yang’s work has been displayed in major international exhibitions including the 16th Istanbul Biennial (2019), the Liverpool Biennial (2018); the 21st Biennale of Sydney (2018); Sharjah Biennial 12 in the United Arab Emirates (2015); dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel (2012), and the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009). Her work is included in permanent collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; M+, Hong Kong; National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea; Tate, London; The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and The Walker Art Center, Minneapolis.