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    Ottmar Hörl was born in Nauheim in 1950 and first worked as a mechanical engineer in the car industry. From 1975 to 1979 he studied at the Städelschool Frankfurt and from 1979 to 1981 at the University of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf. For more than 30 years Ottmar Hörl has been an artist with many pieces shown in public spaces, especially his series pieces such as the 10,000 Berlin bears he made march up “Unter den Linden”, 10,000 owls he brought to the Olympic games in Athens or the 7000 rabbits, he installed on the market place in Nürnberg in honor of Dürer. From 1999 Hörl has been professor for sculpture and concept art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nürnberg and for almost 10 years he has been also President of the academy. He talks about leadership in arts and about his personal leadership style in the interaction with students and the administration. Ottmar Hörl talks about the development of art students, about role models and the role of values in art.

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