André Rottmann is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in modern and contemporary art at Freie Universität Berlin. Prior to joining the university’s Department of Art History in the spring of 2018, he was a researcher at its Center of Advanced Studies “BildEvidenz. History and Aesthetics” (2012–2016), a recipient of a PhD scholarships by the Gerda Henkel Foundation Düsseldorf (2011–2012/2016–2017) and the editor-in-chief of the journal Texte zur Kunst (2005–2010). Currently he is working on two book manuscripts devoted to the works of John Knight and Isa Genzken, respectively. His writings have appeared in journals such as OctoberGrey RoomArtforumCahiers d’Art and Texte zur Kunst as well as in anthologies and exhibition catalogues. Recent publications include essays on Gerhard Richter’s abstractions (for the catalogue accompanying the artist’s retrospective at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York) and Maria Eichhorn’s real estate pieces (for a book documenting the artist’s project for documenta 14 to be released by the Migros Museum Zurich).