Born 1965 in Dohna near Dresden.
Harry Lehmann studied physics in Saint Petersburg/Russia, receiving his diploma in 1992. Lehmann continued to study philosophy in Berlin, Tübingen, and Leeds. He was a scientific associate at the Institute for Philosophy at the University of Potsdam where he wrote his dissertation in 2003. From 2004 to 2005 he worked as a lecturer of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for philosophy at St. Petersburg State University.
His area of work lies in the fields of aesthetics, art philosophy, systems theory, and societal theory. Important publications: Die flüchtige Wahrheit der Kunst. Ästhetik nach Luhmann (The Fleeting Truth in Art. Aesthetics after Luhmann), München: W. Fink, 2005; »Avantgarde heute. Ein Theoriemodell der ästhetischen Moderne« (Avantgarde Today. A Theoretic Model of Aesthetic Modernity), in: Musik und Ästhetik, 10. Jg., Heft 38, Stuttgart 2006, and forthcoming Ästhetische Erfahrung und die Eigenwerte der Wahrnehmung (Aesthetic Experience and the Intrinsic Values of Perception), Paderborn: mentis, 2008.