Galerie Judith Andreae



    Hot Little Pool is a cross-disciplinary artists' network that focuses on discovering and augmenting realities where analog, digital, and virtual forms of expression converge. "Hot Little Pool" is intended to be taken literally; the artists chosen are representative of a young, progressive pool of creatives who actively influence one another and build a loose network of relationships. Hot Little Pool Vol. 1 | Dec 8 – 11, 12 – 6 pm | Opening Dec 8, 6 pm Lobe Block Berlin | Böttgerstr. 16, 13357 Berlin
  • Alexander Schulz | Solo Show, Berlin

    From Dec 8-10.12.2022 Alexander Schulz presents new works in his solo show 'Gute Frage' at the Berliner Ring Center. Opening: 8.12., 6-9 pm
  • Stefanie Brehm | Solo Show ‘Conscious Color’

    The solo show "STEFANIE BREHM Conscious Color" at Kunstraum Harbeck in Puchheim presents works by the sculptress both indoors and outdoors. Duration: Nov 04, 2022 - March 05, 2023 Opening hours: Wednesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. and on Sundays from 2 to 4 p.m.
  • Victoria Pidust | WDR 5

    In the course of the Art Cologne 2022, WDR 5 spoke with artist Victoria Pidust about her New Positions promotional bunk and her self-contained concept of multimedia and artistic processing of the war in Ukraine. You can listen to the programme here; the interview with Victoria Pidust starts at min. 11:30.

    Starting in December 2022, KVOST will host the exhibition series Screen[far]shots, which presents works by Ukrainian artists. It includes two consecutive solo exhibitions in the KVOST SchauFenster, a photography exhibition including a book presentation in the KVOST exhibition space and various accompanying events. The exhibition starts with the artist VICTORIA PIDUST. 01.12.2022 bis 04.03.2023 TALK with the artist 13.12.2022, 7:30 pm VICTORIA PIDUST & VITALII SHUPLIAK. During the conversation, Pidust will show her previous work and discuss her working process. Registration for the talk required via

    Is art possible in times of war? Can art have themes other than war? Where is the border to propaganda? In the fourth episode of the podcast 'Die Feine Art' produced by the Foundation Neue Kunst und Kultur Berlin-Brandenburg, Victoria Pidust and Volo Bevza were guests and talked about art & war.
  • Johannes Brus | Arp Museum Rolandseck

    'TIERISCH WAS LOS! Tiere und ihre Menschen' Group show with works by Johannes Brus Duration: Sep. 18, 2022 – Mar. 26, 2023
  • Rune Mields | Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen

    The exhibition 'What I like!' at Galerie Stadt Sindelfingen deals with personal taste (in art). On display is a compilation of works from the collection that were selected by the gallery's staff, people working in the art and culture compartment and the city administration; among them are works by RUNE MIELDS. Duration: September 23, 2022 - April 10, 2023
  • GUDRUN KEMSA | Sammlungspräsentation, mmk Museum Moderner Kunst Wörlen Passau

    In the course of the new presentation of the collection entitled 'Schätze entdecken. Werke aus der Sammlung (=Discover Treasures. Works from the Collection)', Gudrun Kemsa will be on view at the mmk Museum Moderner Kunst Wörlen in Passau from August 13 2022 to March 26 2023. Opening: August 12, 7 p.m.
  • Pia Ferm | Podcast Hessischer Rundfunk

    Pia Ferm was a guest on the Hessischer Rundfunk podcast and spoke with hr-iNFO editor Tanja Küchle as well as women artists and representatives from the artists' association GEDOK Rhein-Main e.V. about the situation of women in the artistic field. An exchange about the possibilities for women to assert themselves on the art market, about strategies, special support and funding opportunities for female artists. Podcast:,podcast-episode-105584.html
  • Bundeskunsthalle | Studio Bonn mit Volo Bevza

    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
  • 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.