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Shireen Seno & John Torres: Artist talk

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Shireen Seno & John Torres: Los Otros

Eröffnung, 18. Dezember 2019, 19:00

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Frida Orupabo: the mouth and the truth

Gespräch, 26. November 2019, 19:00

Stefano Harney: Sovereignty of the Concept

Vortrag, 25. November 2019, 19:00

Cristina Veríssimo: Dwelling in the Public Realm

Vortrag, 14. November 2019, 18:15

Lytle Shaw: Golden Age Smithson

Vortrag, 13. November 2019, 19:00

Nana Oforiatta Ayim: AYAN – New Ways of Seeing

Vortrag, 11. November 2019, 19:00


Vortrag, 6. November 2019, 19:00

Yasmil Raymond: A Collective Work

Vortrag, 5. November 2019, 19:00

Alia Farid: Artist talk

Vortrag, 29. Oktober 2019, 19:00

Wintersemester 2019/2020

Information, 14. Oktober 2019

Frida Orupabo: the mouth and the truth

Eröffnung, 27. September 2019, 19:00

Alia Farid: In Lieu of What Was

Eröffnung, 19. Juli 2019, 19:00

Thom Mayne: Dean’s Honorary Lecture

Veranstaltung, 26. Juni 2019, 19:00

Julia Haller: RAW

Vortrag, 25. Juni 2019, 19:00

Tom McCarthy: Adventures of the Black Box

Vortrag, 24. Juni 2019, 19:00

Städelschule Absolventenparty 2019

Veranstaltung, 19. Juni 2019, 23:00

Air Conditioned. Absolventenausstellung 2019

Eröffnung, 19. Juni 2019, 19:00

Gaylen Gerber

Vortrag, 5. Juni 2019, 19:00

Manuelle Gautrand: Beyond the programme

Vortrag, 4. Juni 2019, 19:00

Michael Osman: Modernism’s Visible Hand

Vortrag, 29. Mai 2019, 19:00

Anna Neimark: A Postconceptual Position

Vortrag, 27. Mai 2019, 19:00

Florian Busch: The other side of the moon

Vortrag, 21. Mai 2019, 19:00

Wolfgang Tschapeller: On Architecture

Vortrag, 9. Mai 2019, 19:00

Sandra Danicke und Kasper König

Vortrag, 7. Mai 2019, 19:00

Symposium: Breaking Glass II – The Virtual Image

Veranstaltung, 4. Mai 2019, 11:00–17:00

Dawn Kasper: The Wolf and The Head on Fire

Eröffnung, 3. Mai 2019, 19:00

Dawn Kasper

Vortrag, 2. Mai 2019, 19:00

Narratives in Boundless Space 

Eröffnung, 1. Mai 2019, 18:00

Elijah Burgher: Artist's Talk

Vortrag, 25. April 2019, 19:00

Heji Shin: Mom

Vortrag, 16. April 2019, 19:00

Götz Stockmann: Erosion of Spatial Border

Vortrag, 11. April 2019, 19:00

Rundgang Party 2019

Veranstaltung, 15. Februar 2019, 22:00

Water Cooler Talks

Veranstaltung, 15. – 16. Februar 2019

Rundgang 2019

Veranstaltung, 15. – 17. Februar 2019

Tala Madani: Oven Light

Eröffnung, 8. Februar 2019, 19:00

Michael Young: Fear of the Mediated Image

Vortrag, 6. Februar 2019, 19:00

Hernan Diaz Alonso: Literal

Vortrag, 23. Januar 2019, 19:00

Carsten Meyer

Vortrag, 17. Januar 2019, 19:00

Johannes Helberger: KLING KLANG KLONG

Vortrag, 16. Januar 2019, 19:00

Tim Griffin: Dispositions

Vortrag, 15. Januar 2019, 19:00

Courtesy of Morphosis. Photo: Michael Powers.Courtesy of Morphosis. Photo: Michael Powers.

Thom Mayne: Dean’s Honorary Lecture

Veranstaltung26. Juni 2019, 19:00Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Schaumainkai 43, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

The Städelschule Architecture Class proudly presents Thom Mayne for its Dean’s Honorary Lecture 2019 in the German Architecture Museum. Thom Mayne is the founding principal of Morphosis whose research and projects in architecture and urban planning have recieved world-wide recognition and critical acclaim. Mayne's distinguished honours include the Pritzker Prize (2005) and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal (2013). From 2009 till 2016, he served on the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities under President Obama.

Since its founding in 1972, Morphosis has grown to have offices in Los Angeles, New York, and Shanghai. Its work spans across a wide variety of scales and typologies, from civic projects, schools, and museums to commercial towers and city planning. Under Mayne’s leadership, Morphosis’ X-Tech group pursues technology and fabrication research, working with industry partners to arrive at new solutions for constructability and performance. Mayne also leads The Now Institute, a graduate studio dedicated to applying design thinking to real-world issues facing cities today.

Having accepted the invitation to give the fourteenth Dean’s Honorary Lecture, Thom Mayne joins a distinguished roster of previous lecturers. The annual Dean’s Honorary Lecture was introduced in 2006 in conjunction with Städelschule Architecture Class’ End-of-Year Review and sees Städelschule's dean invite an honorary guest to give a lecture on the basis of her/his merits and contribution to architecture. Since its inception, the Dean’s Honorary Lecture has been given by:

2006: Mark Wigley
2007: Mohsen Mostafavi
2008: Greg Lynn
2009: Brett Steele
2010: Jeffrey Kipnis
2011: Sanford Kwinter
2012: Alejandro Zaera-Polo
2013: Beatriz Colomina
2014: Elizabeth Diller
2015: Benedetta Tagliabue
2016: Bernhard Tschumi
2017: Farshid Moussavi
2018: Wolf D. Prix

Thom Mayne’s lecture is part of Städelschule Architecture Class’ End-of-Year Programme at the German Architecture Museum. The two-day programme includes the Master Thesis Review on June 26-27 from 10am to 6pm each day. The review sees the candidates for the postgraduate Master of Arts in Architecture degree present their work to a panel of invited critics and faculty. The invited critics are: Mirco Becker (external examiner), Sophie-Charlotte Grell-Prix, Daniel Norell, Hélène Frichot, Mark Wigley and Beatriz Colomina. Faculty includes: Peter Trummer, Theodore Spyropoulos, Daniel Birnbaum, Yara Feghali, Stefan Wieland and Johan Bettum.

The review of the research projects by students finishing their first year in the programme takes place in the Städelschule on June 17 and 18. Joining the faculty of the Städelschule Architecture Class on this occasion are: Holger Hoffmann, Olaf Gipser, Isabella Pasqualini and Mike Bouchet.

On the occasion of the Dean’s Honorary Lecture, SAC also awards the Günter Bock Prize to the most outstanding first-year student in its two-year, postgraduate Master of Arts in Architecture programme. The Günter Bock Prize is named in honour of the Frankfurt-based architect Günter Bock who led SAC from 1972 to 1984. During his tenure, Bock took the programme from a modest German presence to the international scene. The Günter Bock Prize is generously supported by the Frankfurt-based Nassauische Heimstätte/Wohnstadt. Their support has been secured by the Stiftung Städelschule für Baukunst.

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