Hamburg’s University of Fine Arts Graduate Show 2015

Hamburg’s University of Fine Arts Graduate Show 2015

Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK)

Aleen Solari. "New Kids," 2015. Soccer fans, clay vessel glazed with platinum, printed wallpaper, wood, printed fabric. Photo by Tim Brühning.

July 10, 2015
Hamburg’s University of Fine Arts Graduate Show 2015
July 10, 2015
Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg (HFBK)
Lerchenfeld 2
22081 Hamburg

T +49 40 428989205

This year’s exhibition of graduation projects at Hamburg’s University of Fine Arts (HFBK) ran from July 10–12, 2015. Some 130 graduates who had obtained Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees in Fine Arts and had specialized in the fields of Sculpting, Stage Design, Design, Film, Graphics/Typography/Photography, Painting/Drawing and Time-Based Media presented their final-year projects. They also included students who had trained under renowned international artists such as Thomas Demand, Matt Mullican, Marjetica Potrc, Anselm Reyle and Wim Wenders.

Attracting around 4,000 visitors, today the HFBK exhibition of graduation projects is one of the most popular art events in Hamburg. The exhibition program is rounded out by a host of performances and highly varied culinary offerings organized by the students themselves.

With its wide range of subjects, the HFBK Hamburg offers students the opportunity to study for interdisciplinary arts practice based academic qualifications in undergraduate, Masters and PhD study programs. The aim is to enable students to develop new perspectives and find innovative solutions in all artistic disciplines. The emphasis is on self-directed learning. Students follow their own interests and further their arts practice through project-based and experimental research. Theory-based study programs such as cultural theory, aesthetics, art-historical and media-specific studies supplement arts practice-based courses but can also lead to stand-alone academic qualifications. A wide range of practical workshops taught by experienced technicians provide students with opportunities to gain knowledge about materials and acquire technical skills, which underpin their arts practice.


Participating Artists

Sophie Aigner
Charlotte Arnhold
Lydia Balke
Tatjana Beer
Lukas Bleuel
Frieder Bohaumilitzky
Reto Buser
Ting-Jung Chen
Lea Carla Diestelhorst
Astrid Ehlers
Lukas Engelhardt
Gina Fischli
Laura Franzmann
Gerrit Frohne-Brinkmann
Lukasz Furs
Rosanna Graf
Julie Gufler
Sakura Hada
Georg Udo Haring
Sho Hasegawa
Martine Heuser
Franz Helffenstein
Linda Hollkott
André Horenburg
Rachel Hughes
Yuki Ikuta
Rosa Joly
Henry Kleine
Minjee Kim
Nick Koppenhagen
Sebastian Kubersky
Fee Kürten
Clara Lena Langenbach
Iason Leavitt
Anna Ley
Sara Lindeborg
Marko Mijatovic
Evelyn Möcking
Liez Müller
André Mulzer
Lennart Münchenhagen
Laura Nitsch
Nicolás Osorno
Fion Pellacini
Daniel Pietschmann
Ellen Pritzkau
Alireza Ravanipour
Sebastian Ritschel
Richard Rocholl
Zahava Rodrigo
Stella Rossié
Moritz Sänger
Jenny Schäfer
Jonas Schaul
Johannes Schlüter
Lukas Schneider
Ulrich Schneider
Julia Schulze Darup
Wiebke Schwarzhans
Laura Sigrüner
Aleen Solari
Goscha Steinhauer
Malte Stienen
Sophie Uesseler
Fabian Wendling
Sebastian Wiegand
Stefan Wiens
Friederike Wolf
Johanna Wolfgramm
Fanny Wühr
Rebecca Zedow

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