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February 14, 2022

Rundgang 2022

Städelschule

Gabbi Cattani in collaboration with Lena Appel, ERSTAZ, A mystery play in nineteen tableaux, 2021. Performance. Photo: Federico Maria Tribbioli.

Béla Feldberg, GRIME III, 2022.

Eva George Richardson McCrea, Rope (still), 2022. 4K video, sound.

Paul Haas, Mechanics of Living, 2022. 2K, stereo, 12:55 min. Director of Photography: Jia Jun Nicholas Toh.

Simon Shim Sutcliffe, Builders, 2022. Photo: Jiyoon Chun.

Yun Heo, Morning Person, 2022. Photo: Béla Feldberg.

Larry Bonćhaka, Sometimes I dream of Jericho, 1400–2021. Decommissioned newspapers, oil paint, metal leaf, glitter, stickers and metallic paint.

Line Lyhne, 2022.

The Städelschule reopens its doors to the public for Rundgang, featuring open-studios, lectures, performances, and screenings with free admission to all. The 2G+ rule applies.

Throughout the course of three days, visitors have access to the presentations of works by students from the classes of professors Monika Baer, Gerard Byrne, Judith Hopf, Hassan Khan, Tobias Rehberger, Willem de Rooij and Haegue Yang, and guest professors Hannah Black, Niklas Maak and Sung Tieu. Students exhibit recent works at both locations, Dürerstaße 10 and Daimlerstaße 32, with scheduled screenings at the DFF—Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum. Additionally, students from Curatorial Studies–Theory–History–Criticism, a collaborative study program with Goethe University, host the Water Cooler Talks with guest curators and critics, and a video screening. Recent Städelschule and Portikus publications and editions are available for purchase in the library. Public tours of Lydia Ourahmane’s exhibition Survival in the afterlife are held at Portikus.

Prof. Yasmil Raymond, Rector of Städelschule and Director of Portikus, says, "Rundgang kicks off a year-long of exciting student-led initiatives of the public lectures, the graduate show, Gasthof and The Frankfurt Prototype, which alongside a special line-up of exhibitions at Portikus, will give the public access to inspiring works of art and revamp our exchange with the wider community. We are eager to give back the spotlight to art and to the artists who help us think what art is, how it is made and why.”

Practical information for your visit

Opening hours: February 18–20, 2022, 10am–8pm daily.

Hygiene concept with time slots: In the Städelschule, the 2G+ rule applies with booking time slots for your visit. Visiting Rundgang is only permitted for visitors who show proof of full vaccination (including booster vaccination) or double vaccination plus daily antigen test. Wearing a FFP2 mask is mandatory in all buildings. Please inform yourself about the current regulations in Hesse.

Due to the limited number of visitors, we kindly ask you to book a time slot of two hours per location in advance for your visit to the exhibition: booking Dürerstraße 10 / booking Daimlerstraße 32.

Shuttle: A free shuttle bus runs daily, every 2 hours, between Dürerstraße and Daimlerstraße from 12:00 on Friday–Sunday.

Information on the accompanying program

Water Cooler Talks
Titled Water Cooler Talks, the lecture series conceived and executed by the 2021 class of the Curatorial Studies program focuses on current, curatorial issues. Unless otherwise indicated, all Water Cooler Talk events will take place in the Aula of Dürerstraße and are first come, first serve within the booked timeslots for visiting the exhibition via the Städelschule website (see above).

Friday, February 18, 2022
7pm: Online talk about Crypto Art. Registration via [email protected], with Anika Meier (author, curator), Kolja Reichert (art critic; curator, Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn), moderated by Franziska Giesecke and Paula Maß (Curatorial Studies).

Saturday, February 19, 2022
11am:
Conversation about Gasthof, with Prof. Yasmil Raymond (Rector Städelschule, Director Portikus) moderated by Esra Klein, Jeanne Nzakizabandi, Titian Holzbach, Silas Edwards, and Andrés Gorzycki (Curatorial Studies)
6pm: On Collaborative Curating, with Liberty Adrien and Carina Bukuts (Curatorial duo, Portikus), moderated by Vivien Kämpf, Claire Müller, and Radia Soukni (Curatorial Studies)

Sunday, February 20, 2022
4pm:
Film screening by Fabrizio Terranova. Donna Haraway: Story Telling For Earthly Survival.

Film and video program
The Rundgang includes a film program at the DFF – Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum cinema. A selection of cinematic works from all classes will be presented in time blocks over each of the three days. Information on the times of the individual films will be available in printed form on site at the Städelschule and the DFF. Free tickets for reservation can be booked via the DFF website:

Friday, February 18, 2022, 10am, 12pm, and 4pm
Saturday, February 19, 2022, 12pm, 2pm, and 4pm
Sunday, February 20, 2022, 11am and 1pm

A program titled Magazine shows additional film works, short films and cinematic sketches, in the Production Studio at Daimlerstraße 32, first floor: Friday–Sunday, 11am–8pm, daily.

Publications and editions
In the library, it is possible to view and purchase the latest student and Städelschule publications and editions, with proceeds from the former directly benefiting students. A selection of recent publications includes Lectures #2, The Whistle–Absolventenausstellung 2021, Wörter, Sprache, Gespräche ausstellen (Curatorial Studies), Willem de Rooij: Pierre Verger in Suriname (Portikus), Isabelle Graw: Three Cases of Value Reflection: Ponge, Whitten, Banksy (Institut für Kunstkritik), among others.

Portikus: Lydia Ourahmane, Survival in the afterlife
December 4, 2021–February 20, 2022. As a center for the presentation of contemporary art, the Kunsthalle Portikus is an integral part of the Städelschule. During Rundgang, the exhibition Survival in the afterlife by Lydia Ourahmane will be on view. This is the artist's first solo exhibition in Germany. More information here.
Opening hours: Friday–Sunday, 11am–6pm
Public tours: Friday (German), Saturday (English) and Sunday (English), 1pm daily

Mensa
Under the direction of Bouhlou, Aman and Max and with a changing culinary concept, the students of both study programs Fine Arts and Curatorial Studies offer hot and cold food and drinks.
Dürerstraße 10: Friday, 10am–7pm, Saturday–Sunday, 10am–6pm
Daimlerstrasse 32: Friday–Sunday, 10am–5pm.

Performances
More information on individual performances and films will be available on short notice at the Städelschule website and on-site in printed programs.

Press
Friday, February 18, 2022, 10am–12pm, Dürerstraße 10
. Press tour through selected studios of Dürerstraße and Daimlerstraße in German and English. Shuttle service between sites available. Artists will be present. Registration with Mira Starke: mira.starke [​at​] staedelschule.de.

Städelschule thanks
Rundgang at Städelschule is made possible by generous support from Hessisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst. Additional support is provided by the Städelschule Portikus e.V.. The Städelschule would also like to thank the prize donors Hans and Stefan Bernbeck-Stiftung, Antje and Jürgen Conzelmann, FILIGRAN Trägersysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Künstlerhilfe Frankfurt e.V., Linklaters LLP, Lowland Real Estate, R&S Daimlerstraße GmbH, and Felix von Saucken. Further support is provided by Satis&Fy. Special thanks to DFF—Deutsches Filminstitut & Filmmuseum.

Artistic coordination
Alke Heykes, Teresa Heinzelmann: kunstkoordination [​at​] staedelschule.de.

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