RICHARD SENNETT / SCHNEIDER+SCHUMACHER

Herzliche Einladung zu den Veranstaltungen der Städelschule!

Talk:
Art and Craft.
Panel with Richard Sennett, Johan Bettum and Thomas Bayrle

Tuesday, 27th May, 19 h, Liebieghaus

Lecture:
Richard Sennett: Obsession and Handcraft
Wednesday, 28th May, 19h, Liebieghaus

Richard Sennett’s book „The Craftsman“ was published in January 2008 and has been discussed intensively in the newspapers. When Sennett talks about handcraft or craftsmanship, he isn’t talking about technical practice. He is describing a fundamental human impulse, namely the attempt to go for something for its own sake in the best manner possible. Sennett sheds light on the extreig of philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein to design and construct his sister’s house on Kundmanngasse in Vienna.

Sociologist Richard Sennett, born in 1943, is one of the most popular theorists and critics of capitalism. He teaches at the London School of Economics and New York University.

A cooperation with

Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung
Schaumainkai 71
60596 Frankfurt



the Architecture Class presents:

Art & Architecture - Public Lecture Series Summer Semester 2008

schneider+schumacher: work in projects
Thursday, 29 May, 19h, Aula, Städelschule

Alle Veranstaltungen der Architekturklasse finden in englischer Sprache statt.

Städelschule alumni, Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher of the Frankfurt-based office, schneider+schumacher, present their work in an an evening lecture on May 29th. Since being founded in 1988, the office of Schneider and Schumacher has emerged as one of the most significant young practices in Germany with numerous realized projects throughout the country. With their recent winning proposal for the extension to the Städel Museum, the office has presented a project of international repute.

Till Schneider and Michael Schumacher studied with Sir Peter Cook in the Städelschule Architecture Class. Till Schneider taught at the Technical University in Darmstadt; Michael Schumacher was a guest professor in the Architecture Class 1999-2000 and is currently a professor at the University of Hannover.

The Städelschule Architecture Class Lecture Series is supported by the Architekten- und Stadtplanerkammer Hessen.