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Wehrhahnlinie Duesseldorf, Participants, Akteure, Manuel Franke
Wehrhahnlinie Duesseldorf, Participants, Akteure, Manuel Franke, netzwerkarchitekten, Photo Joerg Hempel

Manuel Franke

Manuel Franke (born in 1964, Bonn) studied at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Tony Cragg and Irmin Kamp, as well as at Institut des hautes études en arts plastiques in Paris under Daniel Buren and Pontus Hulten. His awards have included Kunstakademie Düsseldorf's Paris scholarship, as well as a one-year scholarship from the German public organization Kunstfond, a stipend from the City of Bonn, a scholarship from the North Rhine-Westphalian Foundation for the Arts Kunststiftung NRW, and publication funding from the Kunstfond. In 2005, he was awarded a fellowship at the Villa Massimo in Rome. He has held a number of lectureships, including one for sculpture at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Manuel Franke has realized numerous art-in-architecture projects for public buildings, for example, at the Federal Office for Migration in Nuremberg. His projects engage closely with the respective location, contextualizing their surroundings and questioning the conditions under which they are -exhibited. Manuel Franke develops distinct technical methods for every project.
www.taubertcontemporary.com/artists/manuel-franke and www.manuelfranke.de
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Wehrhahnlinie Duesseldorf, Participants, Akteure, Manuel Franke
Wehrhahnlinie Duesseldorf, Participants, Akteure, Manuel Franke, netzwerkarchitekten, Photo Joerg Hempel