Galerie Judith Andreae


  • Andreas Bausch | Galerie Judith Andreae

    With reference to the retrospective exhibition "PLANet Bausch" by the Rheinischer Art Prize winner Andreas Bausch (*1966 in Wiesbaden) in the LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn, Galerie Judith Andreae will be showing recent works by the Cologne-based artist from August 20, 2020 on. The large-format works on paper and canvas have their origin in concrete structures and landscapes. On August 20, the gallery will be open from 12 to 10 pm. The current hygiene and distance rules apply.

    Parallel to the solo exhibition of Andreas Bausch, we are presenting works from the series "VEGAN_SCANS" by media artist Achim Mohné in our new exhibition format BUREAU, on the occasion of the artist monograph "DI_GI_TA_LIS" published by Hatje Cantz. As part of an accrochage, his large-format plant portraits are accompanied by works of further gallery artists. BUREAU | Galerie Judith Andreae Bonn, from August 20 on.

    For the first time, Schloss Achberg brings together positions by 11 internationally successful artists, all of whom are united by a geographical feature: they come from Upper Swabia and live in Berlin: Nándor Angstenberger, Angelika Frommherz, Friedemann Grieshaber, Sabine Groß, Veronike Hinsberg, Thomas Locher, Gerold Miller, Peter Pumpler, Albrecht Schäfer, Andrea Zaumseil and Francis Zeischegg. Installation view: Francis Zeischegg, "Focus I-VII / Ensemble Moderne", 2019/2020, Schloss Achberg 2020, photo: Martin Pfahler

    Achim Mohné & Uta Kopp | REMOTEWORDS marks the roof of the Hsinchu City Zoo in Taiwan with "ANIMAL FARM", a direct reference to George Orwell's famous novel and his somber image of man. From today's point of view, the animals have rebelled against the "human" farmer, trader and consumer with deadly viruses. According to primatologist Jane Goodall, humanity is nearing its end if it does not change after the current pandemic: "We have only ourselves to blame, because we are totally disrespectful towards wild and farm animals". The message is that we must act as a global community of guardians and protectors, not as users and consumers.
  • Johannes Brus – Arp Museum

    In the group exhibition "KUNSTKAMMER RAU: TRAUM UND VISION" Johannes Brus presents two historical works that can be seen until 10 January 2021 at the arp museum Bahnhof Rolandseck in Remagen. On display are the "Ghost Cloths" from 1988 and the 4-part photographic work "Limbo" from 2002. An interesting interview between the artist and the curator Dr. Susanne Blöcker can be discovered online on the museum's website:
  • Andreas Bausch im Sommeratelier Aschersleben

    "I don't want to have my painting under control, the pictures want to control me," says Andreas Bausch. Andreas Bausch spends the summer of 2020 in the summer studio in Aschersleben, where many new works are created.
  • Rune Mields | Diözesan Museum Paderborn

    On the occasion of the exhibition "Peter Paul Rubens and the Baroque in the North", the Diözesan Museum in Paderborn shows tendencies in contemporary art that take up concepts and modes of perception of Baroque art in different ways. The contemporary artists broaden the view of the present, thematize time and transience and point out breaks and questionable aspects of today's existence. The Diözesan Museum is showing Rune Mields' large-format triptych "Komm du süße Todesstunde (Bach)", 2007, that is based on the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. On view at the Diözesan Museum, Paderborn, from 25 July to 25 October 2020.
  • Lukas Glinkowski | Skulpturen Triennale Bingen

    Under the title "ECHT UND FALSCH", the 5th Sculpture Triennial presents around 20 artistic positions along the banks of the Rhine and at selected locations in the city centre of Bingen. The exhibition thus again brings together young artists of contemporary sculpture. Among them is an installation by the artist Lukas Glinkowski: "Who's the fairest of them all? (2020), Sculptures Triennale, Bingen am Rhein 9.5 - 4.10.2020, photo David von Becker.
  • Achim Mohné | Kunsthalle Düsseldorf

    Between photography and sculpture - Idiosyncrasy of the algorithm and new forms of viewing art, and in this case the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, in public spaces: The relationship between photography and sculpture dates back to the younger mediums's invention. The series of "3D-Google-Earth-Models" by Achim Mohné, since fall 2018, redefines this relationship with the help of post-photographic means, to venture a new form of viewing art and architecture in public spaces, through satellite photography constructed as a virtual globe such as Apple Maps, Google Earth. The algorithm, which brings the geometric capture, measurement by photogrammetry in line with photographic means, is not always "perfect" and therefore, through the medium itself, gives the threedimensional photos their idiosyncrasy. On th eoccasion of the exhibition "Subject and Object. Photo Rhine Ruhr", Mohné presents his recent video work "3D-Google-Earth-Model#8" at the Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, to be seen until August 16, 2020, as well as online:

    The solo exhibition "PLANet Bausch" will be on display at the LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn from autumn 2020 on. On the occasion of the Rheinischer Kunstpreis, the Cologne-based artist Andreas Bausch will show new works on paper and canvas. A catalogue was published for the exhibition (due to COVID-19 the museum is currently closed)
  • Rune Mields | Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst Aachen

    "Flower Blast" invokes the spirit of new beginnings in the early 1970s. A growing women’s movement likewise inspired the art world of the time. Female artists announced an end to modesty and claimed the same respect for themselves in all areas of art that men had always had. Exhibition at Ludwig Forum Aachen, 14/03/20–13/09/20; Photo: Rune Mields, "Nr. 26", 1969, Oil on canvas, Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst Aachen, loan from Peter und Irene Ludwig Stiftung, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020, Photo: Carl Brunn
  • UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe | HEART – 100 artists. 1 mission

    More than 100 artists*, including works by Johannes Brus, Felix Contzen, Lukas Glinkowski, Gudrun Kemsa, Rune Mields and Achim Mohné, are taking part in the UN refugee aid art lottery "HEART - 100 artists. 1 mission" art lottery. More information can be found on the website of UNO-Flüchtlingshilfe: