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  • 22. August Finissage SPOT-ON | GUDRUN KEMSA, Galerie Judith Andreae


    Finissage of the solo show 'SPOT ON Gudrun Kemsa' in the course of the 10th gallery anniversary on Monday 22 August 2022 at 7 p.m. with artist talk. We look forward to welcoming you!
  • 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.
  • Julia Gruner | Group Performance als Artist Mukbang, tiefkeller, Skulpturenpark Museum Haus Opherdicke


    Opening: Sunday 21 August 2022, 3 p.m. Duration: 21 August to 18 September 2022 Participating artists: Kathrin Graf, Bettina Marx (tiefkeller) | Liza Dieckwisch, Julia Gruner (Artist Mukbang) Performative installation with edible elements by the artist duo Liza Dieckwisch and Julia Gruner involving the audience (only on the opening day).
  • Julia Gruner | Solo Show, St. Agnes Köln


    'Multisensory Entanglements', solo show Julia Gruner at St. Agnes, Cologne. On display are works from her 'Domestic Paintings'-series. Opening: Sunday, August 28, 12:15 p.m. with artist talk. Duration: August 28 - September 18, 2022 Finissage: Sunday, September 18, 12:15 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: https://www.hr-inforadio.de/podcast/kulturlust/brillant-und-benachteiligt-frauen-in-der-kunst,podcast-episode-105584.html
  • ‘SPIEGLEIN SPIEGLEIN’, Kunstmuseum Heidenheim | GROUP SHOW LUKAS GLINKOWSKI & CLAUDIA MANN


    DURATION July 17 — October 30 2022 OPENING: July 16, 5pm Kunstmuseum Heidenheim Robert Barry / Sylvie Fleury / Lukas Glinkowski / Germaine Kruip / Brigitte Kowanz / Jeppe Hein / Camill Leberer / LELLO//ARNELL / Adolf Luther / Lászlo Moholy-Nagy / Josephine Meckseper / Heinz Mack / Claudia Mann / Sali Muller / Timo Nasseri / Uli Pohl / Till Schilling / Slavs and Tatars
  • Judith Andreae | Talk mit SWR2


    At art fair KARLSRUHE, Judith Andreae was in conversation with SWR2 about photography and the two gallery artists Johannes Brus and Achim Mohné. Both artists were represented at the gallery booth together with Stefanie Brehm, Hildegard Elma and Alexander Schulz.
  • Victoria Pidust | Volo Bevza – Post-Ost, Group Show Berlin


    In order to present the positions of Ukrainian artists and to examine nation-building processes and the legacy of post-Soviet socialisation, the Stiftung Neue Kunst Berlin-Brandenburg (SNKBB) has created the exhibition "POSTOST: Україна / Ukraine". The exhibition brings together positions of primarily Ukrainian artists who have been shaped by the course of Ukrainian history and post-Soviet socialisation. New works by Volo Bevza and Victoria Pidust in collaboration with 4Spaces | ZigZagZurich will be shown, which were created especially for the exhibition. All proceeds will be donated directly to the Ukrainian Cultural Community (UCC) in Berlin. Karl-Marx-Strasse 84, Berlin-Neukölln Opening: June 18, 2022, 2 pm Duration: June 19 2022 - September 18, 2022
  • VICTORIA PIDUST  JUBILÄUMSPODCAST | BUNDESKUNSTHALLE BONN


    In the course of the 30 years anniversary of the Bundeskunsthalle Bonn, the artist Victoria Pidust is one of the guests of the current episode of the anniversary podcast '1992 | 30 Jahre Gegenwart' on the theme of 'Europe'.  Listen to the podcast on all popular streaming platforms or via the Bundeskunsthalle website: https://www.bundeskunsthalle.de/1992.html
  • LEA GREBE | ‘IN SITU PARADISE’, BIENNALE LINDAU


    Lea Grebe is one of the 20 artists participating in the biennial 'In Situ Paradise' in Lindau. The festival for contemporary art in public space will take place from May - September 2022. Further information: https://biennale-lindau.de/maintenance/
  • ALEXANDER SCHULZ | MASHUP VII ‘MOVE’, GROUP SHOW, GHOSH LEIPZIG


    group show with Alexander Schulz GHOSH, Ferdinand-Lassalle-Straße 22, 04109 Leipzig Opening: May 21, 4 pm 21.05 - 03.09.2022
  • ‘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.
  • 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 www.studiobonn.io
  • 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. https://www.monopol-magazin.de/victoria-pidust-und-volo-bevza-ukrainekrieg-kuenstler?slide=5
  • WE STAND WITH UKRAINE | WE STAND WITH VICI & VOLO


    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 info@galerie-andreae.de if you would like to support Vici and Volo.
  • 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.