Galerie Judith Andreae



    group show with Alexander Schulz GHOSH, Ferdinand-Lassalle-Straße 22, 04109 Leipzig Opening: May 21, 4 pm 21.05 - 03.09.2022

    On the occasion of the 10th Bonn Opera Gala for the German Aids Foundation on Saturday, May 14, 7 pm in the Bonn Opera House, the artist Gudrun Kemsa will be showing photographic and video works that will form the evening's stage set. Final tickets via Theater Bonn:

    War Out, Art In! May 17 - 24, 2022 For the fourth time, the Reclaim Collective has invited artists to transform Cologne's public space into a museum. Due to the dramatic situation in Ukraine, this year's exhibition space is dedicated to Ukrainian artists, offering them space to reveal their perspectives under the motto »Reclaim Peace«. Between 17 and 26 May, 33 billboards can now be discovered and experienced in Cologne's urban space. From Ebertplatz to the Belgian Quarter to South Station. Among 800 applicants, Victoria Pidust and Volo Bevza have been selected. Further information: www.reclaim-award.or

    As part of the literature festival Literatur in den Häusern der Stadt (Literature in the houses of the city, June 8 - 13 2022), author Katja Eichinger will read from her latest publication 'Liebe und andere Neurosen' ('Love and Other Neuroses') on Thursday 9 June, 8 pm at Galerie Judith Andreae. hosts are Judith Andreae and Maghs architects. In addition to the reading, there will be the possibility to visit Lukas Glinkowski's current solo show, 10 Berliner mit Puderzucker (10 Berliners with Powdered Sugar, April 23 - June 11 2022). Ticket sale from May 17 onward Kölnticket

    Kunstverein Leverkusen 13. Mai - 12. Juni, 2022 Eröffnung: 13. Mai, 5 pm
  • ‘ausgespielt’, group show with Francis Zeischegg Kunsthalle Bahnitz

    'played out.' Group show with Francis Zeischegg 7.5. - 28.8.2022 Kunsthalle Bahnitz Vernissage: 15 May 2022 / 12 am "Auftaktspiel" - electroacoustic sound performance by Jana Debrodt at 1 p.m. The exhibition is open on the days of the open studios Sat 7 May + Sun 8 May 2022 from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Vernissage: May 7 2022, 7 - 10 pm, Kulturstation Gärtner Stiftung, Possartstr. 33, Munich Language is the mother of civilisation, writing that of culture. All human beings speak. And although foreign languages separate us; we can communicate without knowing words or letters. We see and feel each other, because communication is directly in and indirectly between us. Only humans can abstract and sentences seem more complex than gestures. Yet flocks of fish, birds and insects become entities through communicative movement, their dynamics unpredictable and flawlessly describing the habitat. Thus, works by the two artists deal with realisations of communicative action, encountering and complementing each other, like the individuals of a community.
  • Bundeskunsthalle | Studio Bonn mit Volo Bevza

    The latest episode of STUDIO BONN could not be more topical. The war of aggression against Ukraine resurrects the ghosts of the 20th century: The Russian president legitimizes the destruction of a country with a Jewish head of state and recovered Jewish life as a "denazification program," and his supporters stylize themselves as Nazi persecutees. Has history become a video game, as Eva Illouz recently wrote in DIE ZEIT? Is violence repeating itself because there is no common memory in the post-Soviet space, as Olga Grjasnowa pointed out in SPIEGEL? And do we in Germany even have a map of common cultural history on which we can place Ukraine? STUDIO BONN. Discussion at the Bundeskunsthalle The Common Ground SKY OVER EUROPE Art and Culture in Times of War Talk in English with Eva Illouz, Olga Grjasnowa and Volo Bevza Moderation: Kolja Reichert; available on
  • Lukas Glinkowski | 10 Berliner mit Puderzucker*, Galerie Judith Andreae

    23 April - 11 June 2022 Opening Friday, 22 April, 6 - 9 pm The artist will be present. At 7 pm Katja Andreae will talk to Lukas Glinkowski. Parallel to Glinkowski's first solo show at Galerie Judith Andreae, Laura Giesdorf will be shown.
  • Victoria Pidust & Volo Bevza | monopol

    Welding tank barriers instead of making art: Artist Victoria Pidust and artist Volo Bevza on the war in their native Ukraine and their contribution to national defense.
  • Gudrun Kemsa | Märkisches Museum Witten

    Gudrun Kemsa is part of the exhibition 'Menschen auf der Straße | Fotografie (=People on the Streets | Photography)' at the Märkisches Museum Witten. Through its immediate pictorial language, photography provides participation in the subjective, artistic view of people, landscape and society. Its fragmented reality functions as an independent thematic and artistic representation and as an offer of association to the viewer. The photography exhibition "Menschen auf der Straße" (People on the Street) at the Märkisches Museum Witten focuses on the street as a living space and place for social interaction. It is a venue for performance and political motivation. The complexity of human existence can be experienced on the street and thus becomes a mirror of society. Opening: 11.3., 7 p.m. 12.3. - 10.7.2022

    It is difficult to find the right words for the devastating and inhumane acts of violence in Ukraine. For a week now, Putin has been opposing democracy, humanity, the rule of law and international law with his declaration of war on Ukraine. Victoria Pidust and Volo Bevza are two young Ukrainian artists whose works inspires us and with whom we work closely through gallery projects. Both are currently in Lviv, where they are building street barricades and tank hedgehogs together with artist friends, welders and engineers. Expressing sympathy and solidarity seems like a drop in the ocean these days. But Volo and Vici tirelessly emphasise that this means an infinite amount to them. We want to do more! It is a joy to work with young artists and to see their visions grow. This also means giving them support - and at the moment it is not support in the form of an exhibition that is needed, but help in the form of donations. Money is urgently needed to buy more material for barricades that will be used defensively. Your help is needed! The gallery has set up an account through which we transfer all donations received towards Ukraine. As we are not an official aid organisation, we are unfortunately unable to issue receipts for donations, but we vouch that the money will only be used for materials and living expenses. Contact us via if you would like to support Vici and Volo.
  • PIA FERM | Museum Villa Rot

    Mit den Füßen sehen – Der Teppich in der (zeitgenössischen) Kunst group show with Pia Ferm 27 February - 22 May 2022 Museum Villa Rot, Burgrieden - Rot
  • PIA FERM | new catalogue out now

    The first monograph by Swedish artist Pia Ferm provides a comprehensive overview of both her marble sculptures and tufted tapestries. These are created from sketches and watercolor drawings, though their drawing origins remain visible in the hand-worked wool surfaces. Published by Hatje Cantz. Graphic design Uta Kopp, Cologne.
  • LUKAS GLINKOWSKI | Maybe I am barking up the wrong tree. But we will see!

    In his first comprehensive monograph, Lukas Glinkowski opens up insights into his visual world. His studio paintings re-compose impressions and encounters from everyday life, creating a visual mashup: citations from art history, comics, and figures can be found on unusual backgrounds such as ingrain wallpaper, tiles, or mirrors. "Lukas Glinkowski - Maybe I am barking up the wrong tree. But we will see!", artist monograph, available at Hatje Cantz Verlag and Galerie Judith Andreae.