Professors

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Johan Bettum

Architecture
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Daniel Birnbaum

Philosophy and Art Education
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Isabelle Graw

Art Theory
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Judith Hopf

Fine Arts, Vice-Rector
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Hassan Khan

Fine Arts
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Philippe Pirotte

Art History and Cultural Education, Rector
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Tobias Rehberger

Sculpture
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Willem de Rooij

Fine Arts
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Amy Sillman

Painting
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Theodore Spyropoulos

Architecture
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Haegue Yang

Fine Arts

Honorary
Professors

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Kasper König

Cultural Education
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Wolfgang Tillmans

Fine Arts

Guest
Professors

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Gerard Byrne

Film
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Beatriz Colomina

Architecture History
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Nikolas Gambaroff

Painting
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Tom McCarthy

Jenny Nachtigall

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Bonaventure Ndikung

Art Theory and Curatorial Studies
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Peter Trummer

Architecture and Urban Design
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Wu Tsang

Freie Bildende Kunst
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Mark Wigley

Architecture Theory

Additional Teachers

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Johan Bettum

Architecture

Johan Bettum is Professor of Architecture and programme director of the Städelschule Architecture Class. He has taught and lectured, amongst other places, at the AA, UCLA, the Berlage Institute, Innsbruck University, the EPFL, Lausanne and Oslo School of Architecture. Bettum studied at the Architectural Association (AA) after gaining a BA with a major in biology from Princeton University. His main interests reside in the intersection between materials, geometry and architectural design. He was a research fellow at the Oslo School of Architecture from 1997-2001 and headed a nationally funded research project on polymer composite materials in architecture. Until 2000 he led the OCEAN group in Oslo whose work on polymer composites and advanced digital modeling greatly influenced the group's projects in this period. Bettum's PhD is titled 'The Material Geometry of Fibre-Reinforced Polymer Matrix Composites and Architectural Tectonics.' His experimental practice, ArchiGlobe, explores related small-scale projects.

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