Board of trustees

Chair of the Board of Trustees

INGVILD GOETZ   Is an important private collector of contemporary art. In 1993 she opened her collection to the public in an own museum designed by Herzog & De Meuron for this purpose. Since then numerous solo and group exhibitions have been realized at this venue as well as in other museums. In 2014 she donated the museum and a part of her media art collection to the State of Bavaria and she made the remaining collection available to selected museums as permanent loan.


DORYUN CHONG   Began his curatorial career in 2001 with the Korean pavilion at the Biennale in Venice. This was followed by the exhibition Time After Time: Asia and Our Moment in San Francisco (2003). At the Walker Art Center in Min­ neapolis, he accompanied the retrospectives of Huang Yong Ping and Tetsumi Kudo, among other assignments. In 2009, he was summoned to the New York MoMa and given responsibility for solo exhibitions by Bruce Nauman and Henrik Olesen as well as the exhibition Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde (2012). Since 2013, he has been the head curator at the Museum M+ in Hong Kong; he is also a member of the KINO DER KUNST board.

MARKUS HANNEBAUER   Born in 1976 in Berlin, the PHD graduated software entrepreneur has been collecting video art for ten years. Since 2019, he has been presenting his extensive collection in the “Fluentum” private museum housed in the former US headquarters in Berlin-Dahlem. The works of over 50 artists, including William Kentridge, Douglas Gordon, Hito Steyerl, Omar Fast or Hiwa K are now accessible to the public. Hannebauer also works as a producer of video art.

EVA KRAUS   Studied at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and then worked as a curator at the Cooper­Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. After returning to Europe, she developed the Museum of the Frederick and Lillian Kiesler private foundation and established the Steinle Contemporary gallery in Munich, which she headed until 2012. As a freelance curator, she has headed such projects as A space called public (2013) in Munich and Traces of Disappearance in the Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo (2014). Since 2014, she has been the Director of the Neues Museum Nuremberg. Member of the KINO DER KUNST board.

MARK NASH   Is an independent curator and writer, until recently Professor and Head of Department, Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art London. He currently teaches at Birkbeck University of London and is Visiting Professor at the Nanyang Technological University Singapore, Centre for Contemporary Art.

HANS ULRICH OBRIST   Born in 1968, Zurich, Switzerland, is Co-director of the Serpentine Galleries, London. Prior to this, he was the Curator of the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Since his first show “World Soup” (The Kitchen Show) in 1991 he has curated more than 250 shows. Obrist’s recent publications include “Lives of Artists, Lives of Architects”, “Ways of Curating”, “A Brief History of Curating”, “Do It: The Compendium”, “Think Like Clouds” and new volumes of his “Conversation Series”.

JULIAN ROSEFELDT   Born in 1965, lives in Berlin. Since 2013 professorship for Digital and Time-based Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. His acclaimed 13-channel film installation MANIFESTO has been shown in galleries and museums worldwide, amongst others in Los Angeles, Montréal, Budapest, Auckland (in 2018), Helsinki, Amsterdam, Athen, Aarhus, Shanghai and Paris (in 2017). Latest solo exhibitions at  Dirimart Nisantasi and Dirimart Dolapdere, Istanbul, and König London, London (in 2018).