Galerie Judith Andreae is a contemporary art gallery from Bonn, representing both young and established international artists from the fields of painting, drawing, photography, video, sculpture, object, installation and performance.
Duration 17.09.2021 — 30.10.2021
In her first solo exhibition "Bread and Butter", Swedish artist PIA FERM (*1986, Lysekil) introduces us to her textile work, which is in dialogue with her sculptural works. The exhibition space becomes the stage for a painterly-abstract still life within a private interior. "Art is my bread and butter," the artist professes. The symbolic language of her hand-tufted tapestries and the stories told by her marble sculptures represent a form of first encounter and communication with the art market.
Upcoming Opening | September 16thDon't miss it: Pia Ferm opens her first solo exhibition on Thursday, 16 September at 6 pm at the Galerie Judith Andreae in Bonn!
Galerie Judith Andreae | Young Art at Positions Art Fair Berlin 2021A few days before the Berlin Art Week, the art fair Positions invites visitors to the hangars of the former Tempelhof Airport. Monopol shows insights into selected positions, such as painterly works by Volo Bevza. Furthermore: "There is an exciting mix of younger and established positions to discover. Insects are the special interest of artist Lea Grebe, represented by Judith Andreae: she immortalises dead beetles in bronze and deals with swarm movements and metamorphoses in painting." https://www.monopol-magazin.de/kunstmesse-positions-berlin-art-fair?slide=6
Gudrun Kemsa | Lost Places Leverkusen30. August 2021 - 29. October 2021 "Lost Places" are abandoned places, areas, buildings, mostly in big cities, which often have a special charm in their abandonment. The "City C" - the oldest shopping arcade in downtown Leverkusen - is characterized by vacancy in large areas. Now it is being transformed into an art arcade until the end of October. Fifteen artists who work, live or have studied in North Rhine-Westphalia have taken up this challenge and have developed concepts for individual locations over the past few months that complement each other to create a varied and inspiring course. Among them is the artist Gudrun Kemsa, who shape the Lost City C with her photographic works.