Hubertus von der Goltz  
 
1941 born as von der Goltz-Domhardt at Gross Bestendorf, district of Mohrungen, East Prussia
1959 graduates from secondary school
1961 - 64 apprenticeship as piano builder with Steinway & Sons in Hamburg
1964 moves to Berlin
1964 - 67 commercial apprenticeship at Steinway
1968 enters architecture department at Berlin's art academy (Hochschule der Künste)
1969 switches to art department
1977 graduates from master class
1978 - 79 DAAD scholarship, residence in Tuscany, Italy
1980 - 85 on artistic staff at Hochschule der Künste, Berlin
1982 prize for an art project at Tegel Airport, Berlin
1987 artist in residence at Villa Romana, Florenz
1988 - 89 visiting professor at Hochschule der Künste, Berlin
1992 artist in residence at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, USA
1994 prizewinning design for Heilbronn Municipal Hospital
1996 prizewinner in competition for a monument in Weinheim
1997 artist in residence at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI., USA
1997 prizewinner in competition for high-rise housing blocks, Hellersdorf, Berlin
1998 prizewinner in City of Chicago competition for LaSalle Street gateway and plaza
1999 prizewinner in "Prenzlauer Tor" competition, Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg
2000 begins establishing the Kunsthauses in Potsdam with Frank Michael Zeidler
2001 prizewinning design for the courtyard of the German Institute of Nutritional Research
2005 Potsdam Art Prize for Visionary Images
2009 prizewinner in City of Evanston competition for Public Art at Maple Avenue Garage, Evanston, IL. USA
2010 prizewinning "Sculpture Project for Riverside Landscaping Belt at the Site of World Expo 2010", Shanghai, China
lives and works in Berlin and Potsdam