Städelschule - Teachers



Prof. Nikolaus Hirsch


Prof. Ben van Berkel, Architecture

Prof. Dr. Daniel Birnbaum, Philosophy

Prof. Douglas Gordon, Film

Prof. Dr. Isabelle Graw, Art Theory

Prof. Michael Krebber, Painting

Prof. Christa Näher, Painting

Prof. Tobias Rehberger, Sculpture

Prof. Willem de Rooij, Fine Art

Prof. Simon Starling, Fine Art

Prof. Judith Hopf, Fine Art

Prof. Johan Bettum, Architecture

Guest Professors:

Dipl.-Ing. Sigurdur Gunnarsson, Architecture

Prof. Mark Wigley, Architecture

Professors at Large:

Luc Tuymans, Max Beckmann Professorship 2007

Coordinates: 50°06′08″N 08°40′30″E / 50.10222°N 8.67500°E / 50.10222; 8.67500

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