Donnerstag, 29. Oktober 2020

X-treme. Curator. Lily Fürstenow. October 2020. Participating Artists: Kondrad Thallmann (DE), Martina Singer (DE), Harry Underwood (USA), Laurence Poole (UK), Thomas Manelli Mann (DE), Gerard Caris (NL), Maider López (DE), Annika Stoll (De), Sandra Strēle (Latvia), Péter A. Leigh (UK), Adrian Pocobelli (DE), Julia Ludwig, Stefania Pinsone (Swiss), Douglas Tausik Ryder (USA), Ulrike Martha Zimmermann (DE), Diego Gabriel Morales (Bolivia), Simon Felix Haas (Austria), Katy Shepherd (UK), Lidia Fiabane (It), Dörte Lützel-Walz (DE), Maarten de Mink (NL), Armin Baumgarten (DE), Tim Cierpiszewski (DE), Mara Wagenführ (DE), Franziska Stevick (DE), Tatyana von Leys (DE), Heikedine Günther (Swiss), (UK), Manuela Beyer-Bunk, Mathias Roloff (DE), Semra Sevin (DE), Karol Hurec (DE), Lisa Claire Stolzenberger (DE), Julie Davidson Smith (Canada), ROBERTO ROLANDO (It)

 Extreme conditions call for extreme action. Online exhibition X-treme is an ongoing project curated by Lily Fürstenow that aims to exhibit online the work of contemporary artists across the globe in an attempt to analyse the role of art in the times of crisis. Facing repeated Corona lockdowns artists all over the world experience unprecedented circumstances where usual creative routine is interrupted with dismal artistic and financial prospects for the future. It is essencial therefore at this moment in history to analyse art at the extreme and artistic production under extreme conditions. It is an attempt to take art to the extreme, possibly to its extreme and utter limit /as far as the online format allows for that/. What is artistic practice like during the conditions of X-treme, like pandemic, financial crisis, political volatility and uncertain future? It is important to look into the strategies of artistic production and alternative modes of exhibiting art under the pandemic conditions - which is in short the aim of this online show. Artists who would like to reflect on these questions are welcome to participate, irrespective of age and country of origin. All kinds of formats are welcome: giffs, moving images, drawings, paintings, foto, sketches, open letters and poems and more. This exhibition is a follow-up on the two online exhibitions curated by Lily Fürstenow since the beginning of the Corona pandemic in March 2020 entitled Art against Corona. Kunst in der Coronakrise with over 50 participating artists. 

 For participation please contact via e-mail:   /   Facebook -  Lily Fürstenow or instagram: @lilyfuerstenow   

Semra Sevin. Draft for the Art project comeptition Draussenstadt Berlin that was cancelled due to the Corona pandemic. 

Extreme Bedingungen erfordern extreme Maßnahmen. Die Online-Ausstellung X-treme ist ein fortlaufendes Projekt, kuratiert von Lily Fürstenow. Das Ziel des Projekts ist es, Werke zeitgenössischer Künstler*Innen  online auszustellen. Angesichts der wiederholten Corona-Lockdowns erleben Künstler auf der ganzen Welt noch nie dagewesene Umstände, unter denen die übliche kreative Routine unterbrochen wird und die künstlerischen und finanziellen Aussichten für die Zukunft düster werden. Es ist daher in diesem Moment der Geschichte von wesentlicher Bedeutung, die Kunst in Krisenzeiten und die künstlerische Produktion unter extremen Bedingungen zu analysieren. Es ist ein Versuch, die Kunst auf die Spitze zu treiben, möglicherweise bis zur äußersten Grenze / soweit das Online-Format dies zulässt/. Wie sieht die künstlerische Praxis unter extreme Bedingungen aus wie z. B. Pandemie, Finanzkrise, politische Volatilität und ungewisse Zukunft? Es ist wichtig, sich mit den Strategien der künstlerischen Produktion und alternativen Ausstellungsmodi auseinanderzusetzen - was in Kürze das Ziel dieser Online-Ausstellung ist. Künstlerinnen und Künstler sind unabhängig von Alter und Herkunftsland zur Teilnahme eingeladen. Alle Formaten sind willkommen: Giffs, bewegte Bilder, Zeichnungen, Gemälde, Fotos, Skizzen, offene Briefe, Gedichte und vieles mehr. Diese Ausstellung ist eine Fortsetzung der beiden von Lily Fürstenow kuratierten Online-Ausstellungen seit Beginn der Corona-Pandemie im März 2020 Art against Corona mit über 50 teilnehmenden Künstlern. 

 Für die Teilnahme wenden Sie sich bitte per E-Mail an: / Facebook - Lily Fürstenow oder instagram: @lilyfuerstenow 


Fikile Mqhayi 

Konrad Thalmann. Head 36x32x32 cm keramik. 2016-Privatsammlung-Ibbenbüren

Harry Underwood. Botanical Space, 26x26 inches, 2019, sold

Gerard Caris. Rhombohedra Sculpture # 3 - 2, 2017, polystyrene, lead, paint
Exhibited in Projecting Pentagonism  exhibition in Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury 2018 

X-treme online on the pages of the Current Issue #14 of The Arts of the Working Class Newspaper. Featuring Martina Singer's “The Face Behind the Mask” 

Fikile Mqhayi 

Fikile Mqhayi 

1. A man is judged by the company he  keeps, 150  x 150 cm 

2. Reopening and closure in schools / confusion, 150 x 150 cm 

3. 2020 a year of flames, 150 x 150 cm 

4. Vulnerable community, 100 x 116 cm

5. 2020 a year of flames 150 x150 cm

Fikile Mqhayi was born in Gugulethu township, Cape Town, South Africa. Fikile graduated in Fine Arts from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town in 2011. He is a former member of the Guguletu Youth Brass Band and has experience in the film industry. He currently lives and works in Delft, Cape Town. He has participated in a number of group exhibitions locally and abroad: solo show - Khayelitsha kapkspunkilaisia, Helsinki,2017 

Assemblage at AVA Gallery Cape Town in 2018. 

Artworks of Mqhayi are included in the Nando’s Collection through Spier Arts Trust, where he sells his artworks.


X-treme online featuring 

Heikedine Günther

HG - Core No. 300 - Aug 2020 - oil on canvas - 110x165cm 

HG - Core No. 300 - Aug 2020 - oil on canvas - 110x165cm. Ausstellungsansicht

HG - Core No. 328 - 2019 - Oil on Canvas - 130x120cm. Exhibition View

HG - Core No. 328 - 2019 - Oil on Canvas - 130x120cm - Back 

Down to the Core

In our times when superficiality is omnipresent having an adverse  effect on contemporary artistic practice reaching out deeper into the core of things is a happy alternative. Core as the essential deeper substance underlying universal phenomena as well as artistic production is always worth taking a closer look especially in the times of crisis like pandemic, war and political instability. In her work Artist Heikedine Günther treats the concept of core as her major subject. What is the core of color, the essence of vision and how does core relate to the cosmic light and darkness? The paintings by Günther consist of multiple layers of color pigment applied one upon the other whereas the golden color serves as the very basis. This is responsible for the mysterious luminosity that shimmers through to the very surface and all along the contours of the oval elongated forms dominating the composition. 

The floating shapes work directly on the soul without destraction of subject matter or content. The paintings convey a unique equilibrium of color planes that evoke Goethe’s farbenlehre and offer a contemporary interpretation of the centuries-old tradition of rendering of color and light in painting. 

Heikedine Günther's paintings invite us to think of various stages of sublimation from physical to spiritual states that could be represented by geometric forms. The duality of figure and ground adds extra luminous vibrations to the picture surfaces. The non-perspective conception of space and anti-materialist idea of form characteristic for her work appeals directly to the mind of the spectator due to formal simplicity, subtle variations of color tones that results in a certain rhythm. The core paintings bring to mind celestial motion of the planets caused by cosmic energies that are translated into ranges of intense color applied onto canvas. The shimmering colours accentuate the Greenbergian “optical  illusion”  of painting and the flatness of its support. One’s eyesight is fascinated by the play of luminosity produced by the optical space created by the artist's hand. Heikedine Günther is a contemporary Swiss artist, who lives and works in Basel and exhibits internationally. Her works are displayed in the follwing collections:

Collections (Selection)

  • Graf Schönborn Collection, Unterfranken, Germany,

  • Darwin Reedy Collection, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

  • Christiane Leister Art Collection, Innerschweiz

  • Catherine and Bernard Soguel-Dreyfus Collection, Basel

  • Christoph Ackermann, Basel, former Director of Historisches Museum Basel

  • Reiner Speck Collection, Cologne

  • Dagmar and Lutz Helmig Collection, Munich

  • Micky Karton Collection, New York, USA

  • Peter Jäger Collection, Munich

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Lidia Fiabane

Greetings from Italy 5, The Last Supper, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm, 2020

Stefania Pinsone. Ikarus. 2020

 more videos by award winning artist Stefania Pinsone working in Switzerland and in Italy see here

Stefania Pinsone. Exploring


Annika Stoll. Wühltisch. Installation View. Palazzo Ziino, Palermo. 2019


The Artist T-shirt from the Wühltisch - offered as a free take-away. 
Palazzo Ziino, Palermo. 2019


Harry Underwood 

Pedestrians, 26x26 inches, 2020
Flesh, 26x26 inches, 2019, sold
Heighten Your Speech, 34x46 inches, 2020 
Intermission, 31x41 inches, 2018 
All works
acrylic, graphite, polyurethane, wood panel

Exhibition views Lindsay Gallery, 986 N High St, Columbus, OH 43201

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Katy Shepherd. Mother Drawn from my Memory. 2016

Katy Shepherd. Pat Swimming. 1998



Lockdown Sculptures. Made with stuff the artist had available during lockdown i.e. wooden coffee stirrers and golf ball tees

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Maider López


FestenAvesta Art's, Verket. Avesta, Sweden, 2019.

Archipelago is an action with the participation of a group of people in relation to the nature; while this action gives a human scale to the landscape it draws attention to the people and the territory, the individual in the collectivity and the level of the water.

1. Exhibition view, FestenAvesta Art's, Verket. Avesta, Sweden, 2019

2. Exhibition view, Espacio Minimo Gallery, Madrid 2020


Fantasy Creatures Cycle. THOMAS MANELLI MANN

Fantasy Creature. Chinese Ink and acrylic paint on acid-free paper, 21 cm x 29,7 cm. 2020

Truth is stranger than fiction. Very much like the pandemic reality faced by us today. With this in mind the Fantasy Creatures - a recent work cycle by Thomas Manelli Mann might appear surreal leaving one constantly questioning the real. The insect- and bird-like biomorphic figures from the cycle render utter suffering. Smears of red pigment against the white background suggest blood stains spilling over. Halfabstract dissolving animal forms call for empathy. The creatures project the artist's inner self simultaneously serving as an allegory of reality transformed by epidemics, economic instability, uncertain future. Surreal fantasy creatures mark a withdrawal from the reality. They represent the unrepresentable: fear, dread, calamities beyond human comprehension. Chaotic, huddled lines forming bizarre, distorted body parts stand for anxiety. They point out to discrepancies between external natural environments, alienations between humans and ecosystems. The fantasy creatures frozen in abrupt motion look butchered, severely violated. They convey pain and agony that mankind inflicts on natural surroundings, causing animals to suffer. The images of bizarre, estranged creatures ripped out of their natural surroundings communicate isolation - mute witnesses of savage cruelty – all enhanced by the color palette of black, red, occasionally blue and yellow tones.  Reminiscent of surrealist animal motives of Max Ernst these ominous creatures register a dramatic disbalance, a condition of being on edge, throttled and driven to the limit - a dispersal of form within a hostile world. 

Fantasy Creature. Chinese Ink and acrylic paint on acid-free paper, 21 cm x 29,7 cm. 2020

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Bird, Sandstein, 80x60x50cm, 2016. Konrad-Thalmann-Aufstellungsort-Wasserwerke Schwarzenberg-internationales Bildhauersymposiu. 

Grünfeuer. 43x60x40cm. Drahtskulptur-studio-one. 2018 

Three Times, Drahtskulptur. 2017 EU art network Symposium Cseelley Mühle, Oslip, Östereich

Vessel 1. Zeichnung. Monotypie. 55x76cm. 2021

Vessel 2. Zeichnung. Monotypie. 55x76cm. 2021

Vessel 3. Zeichnung. Monotypie. 55x76cm. 2021

Vessel 6. Zeichnung. Monotypie. 55x76cm. 2021

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Exhibition view, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 2001

Exhibition view Sidney Cooper Gallery Canterbury United Kingdom 2018

Gallery of Prints, Exhibition Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 1997

 Helix 2 - 2 Braching, 2002, stainless steel, 64,5 x 34 x 28 cm
Collection C. Ruppert, Berlin

Star Sculpture 4X -1, 1997, polystyrene, fiberglass reinforced epoxy, steel, paint, 100,5 x 44 x 20 cmExhibited in Projecting Pentagonism  exhibition in Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury 2018and in Negative Space exhibition ZKM Karlsruhe 2019

Polyhedral Net Structure # 3, 1977, steel, aluminium, paint, 200 x 200 x 90 cm

              Installation view Museum im Kulturspeicher, Würzburg 2007

Pentagon Complex (PC) 27, 1995, India ink, coloured pencil on paper, 88 x 73 cm
Collection Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam 

Pentagonal Radiation # 2, 2017, oil pastel, oil stick on paper, 73 x 51 cm
Exhibited in Projecting Pentagonism  exhibition in Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury 2018

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Projecting Pentagonism. Film by Graham Johnston. Ladder MAN SDA

Armin Baumgarten

"Figur", Bronze, Ex 2_5, Villa Glanzstoff, Heinsberg. 2012

Halbfigur, Bronze, Ex. 1:5, Private Collection, Düsseldorf. 2017

"Halbfigur", Bronze, Ex. 2_5, 36,5x9x11 cm, 2013, WVZ. S(9_13)

"Kopf", Bronze, Edition 25 Ex. + 4 e.A., 29,5 x 11,5 x 11,5 cm, 2010

"Pferd", Bronze, 6 Ex., 53 x 18 x 18 cm, 2020

"Figur und Baum", Bronze, Ex. 1_6, Culture Without Borders, Kaarst. 2019

"Barke", Bronze, Ex 1_6, Culture Without Borders, Kaarst. 2019

"Figur und Berg", Gips für Bronze, Sommerausstellung 2020 bei Culture Without Borders, Kaarst

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Douglas Tausik Ryder 

Reclining Nude. Wood. 162 x 180 cm. 2019. Jason Vass
Gallery. Los Angeles. CA

Myth of Freedom. Wood. 168 x 71 x 61 cm. 2011. Jason Vass Gallery. Los Angeles. CA

Outburst. Wood. 213 x 117 x 81 cm. 2016

Venus. Wood. 243 x 243 x 243 cm. 2019

Shadow. Wood. 210 x 137 x 68 cm. 2019

Inner Light. Wood. 152 x 81 x 81 cm. 2019

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Simon Felix Haas 

Abeignung der Eitelkeit. Mixed media. 43x30cm. 2020


Morgen wäre das nicht passiert. Mixed media. 20x30 cm. 2018

Exhibition  Views. WHA Gallery. Linz, Austria

Ti ordino di sederti. Mixed media. 25x90 cm. 2020

Es wäre schöner wenn du das in Zukunft lassen könntest. Mixed media. 42x67cm. 2020

Exhibition  Views. Galleria Spazio Aperto. Reggio Emilia, Italy

Exhibition  View. WHA Gallery

Wunschlos glücklich.  Mixed media. 30x40cm. 2020

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Julia Ludwig

Julia Ludwig. Bumblebee. mezzotint plate. 10x10cm. 2020

Julia Ludwig. Dust Cloud. Mezzotint line etching plate. 10 cm x 14 cm. 2020

Julia Ludwig. Dog. line etching aquatint mezzotint plate. 14 cm x19. 5 cm. 2020

Julia Ludwig. Grandmother's hands. 2. line etching aquatint drypoint vernis mou plate. 14 cm *19.5  cm. 2020

Julia Ludwig. Grandmother's Hands.mezzotint. plate. 10 cmx10  cm. 2020

Julia Ludwig. Nordstrand.charcoal on paper. 15 cm x 20 cm. 2020

Installation view Städtische Galerie Wertingen. 2012.

Installation view. Gesundbrunnen undergound station. Berlin. 2020

Installation view. Galerie Graumalerei. Berlin.2020

Installation view Städtische Galerie Wertingen. 2012

Installation view Städtische Galerie Wertingen. 2012

Installation view. open studios. Berlin.2016

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Maarten de Mink

Thorax Two 




Thorax Two: Ink on paper 21x29,7cm, framed  3200
Supraclavicula: Ink on paper 21x29,7cm, framed  3200
Moody: Ink on paper 21x29,7cm, framed  3200
Chasms: Ink on paper 21x29,7cm, framed  3200

Wijn & KUnst, The Hague (nl)  2020

Cantine Amsterdam (nl) 2017

Studio Battery, Hoofddorp (nl) 2020


Katy Shepherd

Mother Drawn from my Memory. Graphite, Pencil and Patel on paper, 2016

Self Portrait for Passport. Acrylic on acetate. 2020

Inside 1. Self Portrait. Acrylic on an inkjet print of my drawing of my living room.

Inside 2. Acrylic on acetate. 2020.

“ Anthropocene Sketchbook (version 1)” at Wells Art Contemporary 2019


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Ulrike Martha Zimmermann

Studio Mask

Test the Best

Pluck up courage 

Did you notice I'm human again?

The Good Day

Mariposa Famosa

The Cyclops

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Thomas Manelli Mann

Fantasy Creature. Cycle. Chinese Ink and acrylic paint on acid-free paper, 21 cm x 29,7 cm. 2020

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Waldausstellung "Seeing Rocks, Think of Flowers" 

  Amelie Bosse, Lisa Claire Stolzenberger (Koeniksphoeniks Art collective), Miriam Hermsen (Cultur Centrale Ottenbek). 31.7.2020 bis 6.8.2020.
 Rasbraten. Schweden

 Waldausstellung "Seeing Rocks, Think of Flowers" 
31.7.2020 bis 6.8.2020, Rasbraten in Schweden
von Amelie Bosse, Lisa Claire Stolzenberger (Koeniksphoeniks Art collective) 
und Miriam Hermsen (Cultur Centrale Ottenbek)


Live-painting und DJ-Sets via Online Stream vom 23.9.2020

 Live-painting und DJ-Sets via Online Stream vom 23.9.2020, 
inklusive Spenden-Auktion für das Hamburger Obdachlosenmagazin Hinz&Kunzt.
Veranstalter war der Kunst-und Kulturverein Soko Kickloch e.V., 
in Kooperation mit dem MS Artville, Hamburg
Künstler*innen: Deborah Tyllack, Lama Boy und Lisa Claire Stolzenberger

DJ´s: Rolando Calrissian, le.fu und face*

Der malende Roboter. Lama Boy:

Ein Video vom 3.6.2020, dass sich mit ähnlichen Fragestellungen beschäftigt wie die X-treme Ausstellung, nämlich: Welche Auswirkungen hat diese Zeit auf die künstlerischen Entwicklungen, sowie auf unsere sozialen Kontakte?
Max Windisch-Spoerk und Lisa Claire Stolzenberger:


Tatyana von Leys

Posthuman Circle after Ingres/Portrait Mme. de Rothschild (ca. 60 works) 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. Mme. de Rothschild Is Going Crazy. 

Oil on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. Three Faces in the Posthuman Era. 
Mixed Media on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. I am a Nomadic Subject. Mixed Media on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. Mme. de Rothschild Is Happy in Her Home. 
Mixed Media on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. Mme. de Rothschild Meets Donna Haraway. 
Mixed Media on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 

Posthuman Studies after Ingres. Mme. de Rothschild Is Thinking about a New Job. 
Oil on Canvas, 100 x 70 cm 


Heikedine Günther

HG - Core No. 328 - 2019 - Oil on Canvas - 130x120cm 

HG - Core No. 328 - 2019 - Oil on Canvas - 130x120cm - Back

HG - Core No. 341 - 2019 - Oil on canvas - 110x100cm 

HG - Core No.415.  oil on canvas - 110x140cm.  2020 

Artist Heikedine Günther




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Mara Wagenführ

A Quick Pulse. 40 x 50 cm. 2020

so a quick pulse is alright
so a hot kiss is alright
soa long kiss is alright
so a long night is alright
   Jason Milina

Wenn wir uns ansehn. 40 x 50 cm. 2020

Wenn wir uns ansehn
Blühn unsere Augen
Und wie wir staunen
Von unseren Wundern - nicht?
Und alles wird so süß
Von Sternen sind wir eingerahmt
Und flüchten aus der Welt
Ich glaube wir sind Engel
   Else Lasker Schüler


Franziska Stevick

untitled 52x67 cm

untitled3.52x34 cm

untitled3.52x34 cm
untitled4. 52x34 cm

untitled3.52x34 cm

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Mathias Roloff

Mathias Roloff. Exhibition views. Banzin. Sept-Oct. 2020. 

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Martina Singer

Martina Singer. Face Behind the Mask. Performative Photography. Works selected for the  exhibition at the GH36 art space in Berlin. Cancelled due to the corona pandemic. 

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big bang spirit. explaining thought reflections 2020, wood, acrylic, chalk, Led, 
80 cm x 40 cm x 6 cm

1/1000 sec. Before the Origin of Time and Space.   80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm,   LED-ART, wood,  acrylic, led-trafo

To Recognize  Knowledge Is Possible, 80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm,   LED-ART,  wood, acrylic, led-trafo & battery

Abuse of knowledge,  each: 80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm   LED-ART,  wood, acrylic,  led-trafo

The secret´s revelation     80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm   LED-ART ,  wood, acrylic, led-trafo  Detail, 20 cm x 20 cm , variation Nr. 2

Two Energies  Are One. Duality ,      80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm   LED-ART,   wood,  acrylic,  led-trafo 

The very beginning, genesis of big bang   47 cm x 40 cm x 0,5 cm,  wood, acrylic, led-trafo

Press. Kronach Newspaper on Karol Hurec's recent work:

“MUC” uinque    Hommage to Munich,    (here in twilight)   2018    stainless steel, acrylic, led      200 cm x 135 cm x 6 cm 

“MUC” open    Hommage to Munich,    (here in twilight)   2018    stainless steel, acrylic, led      200 cm x 135 cm x 6 cm  

“London sky glow”, 2018,    wood, acrylic, led      200 cm x 75 cm x 7 cm


"big bang spirit"
 white or black

one or two crossings                   80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm        € 5500,00

crossings,  three to nine              80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm        € 5000,00
Shivas dance                               80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm        € 5000,00

variations,  big bang spirit          40 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm         € 2800,00
                                                    40 cm x 40 cm x 2 cm         € 1400,00
                                           DIN A 4                 €  750,00

"hommage to Mileva Maric/Einstein"

                               size:           80 cm x 80 cm x 6 cm         € 5000,00

Crossing mesons, cloud of mesons :                                    

ring of mesons                                20 cm x 20 cm x 2 cm         €    500,00

"ex praeteritis lux"  
light lines:                  size:            200 cm x    75 cm x 7 cm       € 8000,00
                                                      75 cm x   200 cm x 7 cm       € 8000,00 
                                                     160 cm x    60 cm x 8 cm       € 6000,00

All objects with battery or/and transformator



Karol Hurec. Catalogues. 




Sandra Strēle










Sandra Strele. Exhibition views

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Julie Davidson Smith

Open Letter from the Artist

COVID has affected everyone differently, for me it has influenced not only my personal life but my artistic practice and the direction of my work. As COVID came to our doorsteps in the New Year of 2020 colour started to fade from my paintings. My lush vibrant works became a tapestry of figures navigating the darkness; a subconscious shift in palette and direction that evolved until I felt too overwhelmed to create by the COVID lockdown. Eventually I stopped painting along with the stop of everything else; school,  gatherings and all the simple pleasures of living in a community. I felt like those figures alone and lost in these new and dark landscapes that went on for miles. My focus became being a full-time parent, keeping my only child safe and doing home schooling for the first time from March to the end of June. My art and all the hope and inspiration I once had for it was packed up and put away with all the other parts of our lives that were in lock down. Then came Spring and with it a taste of freedom as my daughter eventually was able to play more freely outside with friends - COVID in Kingston where I live was well managed. It was not until the end of June that I had the mental/emotional space to paint again. Making art is not just about having physical space like a studio, it's also about having a mental space big enough and healthy enough to receive and process inspiration from our environment and within ourselves. Spring's sunlight and warmth opened up our worlds a bit more and slowly I began to paint again. Having been so removed from my creative self I felt a new found sense of energy and joy in painting. I also felt unleashed from the constant effort to parent and homeschool my daughter, I was like a horse released from it's stall ready to run wild and I didn't care where I was going. I painted with total abandon letting myself paint without worrying about whether it was part of a "serious" body of work. I just let it out. From this came a daily practice that helped my work evolve into the paintings they are today; large colourful bold works filled with pinks, patterned figures & animals moving through landscapes filled with light and the warmth of my new found inspiration. I have hope again when I paint and gratitude for my health and the people that I love. Living in Canada is a privilege."

Poster for Julie Davidson Smith's upcoming exhibition in New York’s Van Der Plas Gallery in late November 2020

Dreaming of Blue Herons. 48x60 cm. acrylic on canvas.  2020
Constellation of Spirit. 51x65 cm.  acrylic on canvas. 2020

Spirit Taking Form, 36x60 cm, 2020

Julie Davidson Smith. Exhibition views

Exhibition View. Plywood Series. 2020 (made during the lockdown)

Blue River. 48"x60" cm. Acrylic on plywood. 2020

Waiting For The Stars. 36"x 48", 2020, acrylic on plywood.  2020

Ghost Horse. 16"x16 cm. acrylic on wood. 2020

Between Darkness. 8x10 cm. acrylic on wood2020

Dancing Into The Darkness. 8x10cm. acrylic on wood. 2020

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Péter A. Leigh

MASCULINE (Work in progress. 2020) 

According to the artist: "This is from a project during the first lockdown, work in progress but not yet resolved. Representation of masculinity in this hard edged and fragmented coloured way. The Pristine manufactured toys here repurposed and re-thought of as symbols of outmoded masculinity, a redundancy of a conventional representation - an object exaggerated, affected and verging on the theatrical. The fighting (frightening) element of the perceived role becoming camouflaged. colours functioning as a roll to take physical objects into a realm that is more optical and maximalist. The exaggerated representations and ideals of masculinity become more and more ridiculously camp as muscles almost burst like armour protecting what is underneath but close to the surface"


Manuela Beyer-Bunk

mabebuart, Kuenstlerbuch - doch ist dort die Langeweile feiner - Bad. Kunstverein, Karlsruhe 2017

mabebuart, Kuenstlerbuch - doch ist dort die Langeweile feiner, Bad. Kunstverein, Karlsruhe 2017

mabebuart, Kuenstlerbuch - doch ist dort die Langeweile feiner, Bad. Kunstverein, Karlsruhe 2017

mabebuart, Kuenstlerbuch - ZEICHEN. 2020

inspiriert durch die Lektüre „Das Reich der Zeichen“ von Roland Barthes, Suhrkamp 2019


alles auf dem tisch

am rechten platz












alla prima










Kuenstlerbuch - ZEICHEN. 2020 

das zeichen 
nicht einheitsklasse
sondern absolute 
für die hand

mabebuart, Collage auf handgesch. Papier je 30x20, 2020

mabebuart, Collage auf handgesch. Papier je 80x60 cm, 2020

mabebuart, Kuenstlerbuch - alles ist bizarr - gedichte teil 6, Bad. Kunstverein, Karlsruhe 2019, Foto Jan Bunk

mabebuart, Mixed-Media auf Canvas. je 20x15x4 cm, 2020

mabebuart, Mixed-Media auf Canvas je 20x15x4, 2020

Price upon request:
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Dörte Lützel-Walz

Exhibition View. Primobuch_Kunstraum_2017

Exhibition View. Galerie im Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus Berlin,_2019

Coronafrühling, 2020, Acryl auf Nessel, 70x135 cm

Frühlingssturm, 2020, Acryl auf Nessel, 80x70 cm

Exhibition View. Bad Saarow_2019

Marathn, 2020, Acryl auf Nessel, 135x70 cm

Exhibition View. Bad Saarow_2019

Gletscherwasser III, 2019, Acryl auf Nessel, 100x120 cm

 Implosion, 2015, Acryl auf Nessel, 135x125 cm

Exhibition Views. Galerie im Kaiserin-Friedrich-Haus Berlin, 2019

Ausstellung. Primobuch_Kunstraum_2017

Exhibition View. Bad Saarow_2019

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Adrian Pocobelli

Exhibiition Views. Fata Morgana Space. Berlin 2020

St. Catherine of Alexander, 112 cm x 146 cm, Inkjet and acrylic on canvas (2020)

'St. George and the Dragon', 112 cm x 147 cm, Inkjet and acrylic on canvas (2020)

'Virgin and Child with St. Anne', 112 cm x 151 cm, Inkjet and acrylic on canvas (2020)

'Bacchus and Ariadne', 111 cm x 140 cm, Inkjet and acrylic on canvas (2020)


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Lidia Fiabane

Greetings from Italy 5, The Last Supper, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm, 2020

Greetings from Italy 1, The expulsion from Paradise, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm. 2020

Greetings from Italy 6, The Baptism of Christ, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm, 2020

Greetings from Italy 3, The Last Judgement, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm, 2020

Greetings from Italy 2Crucifixion, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 14,5 x 20,5 cm, 2020

Greetings from Italy 4, The School of Athens, mixed media, acrylic and collage on cardboard, 16,5 x 22,5 cm. 2020

Lidia Fiabane. Exhibition Views

Italian Cultural Institute, Palais Sternberg, Vienna. Project Italia:Austria. Labyrinth of clichés

Edition Splitter & Galerie Splitter Art, Batya Horn, Fata Morgana - Alltagsvariationen, curated by Burghart Schmidt. Auslage Installation/ Shop Window. Vienna

A41 Galerie im Hof, Vienna

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Tim Cierpiszewski

CELLAR 2019. Marie Wolfgang - project space for contemporary art. Essen, Gemany

Tim Cierpiszewski LIKE A HOUSE 2019.  Society for Contemporary Art, Osnabrück, Germany

Tim Cierpiszewski. TERROR EREBUS 2019. 
Hilbert Raum - project space, Berlin, Germany

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Diego Gabriel Morales

Exhibition Views. La Paz Municipal Theatre. Bolivia


keep distance.



Exhibition Views. Refugio Gallery. Bolivia



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«entrée&hommage 2020» M54, Basel

«Premio Combat 2020»
Granai di Villa Mimbelli, Livorno, Italy

«Heikedine Günther» M54, Basel

«Aufbruch ins Ungewisse» Goetheanum, Dornach

Independent & Image Art Space, Chongqing, China

«Divided World»
Basilica of Saint Servatius, TEFAF Maastricht

«Women in the Arts» Orange County Library

«Malamegi Art Lab 14»
Associazione Culturale Imagoars, Venice

«Own the Night»
Envision Arts Online Gallery


«The Core is now!»
Galerie Artem-Reich, Unterer Heuberg, Basel

«Heikedine Günther. Core & Cosmos» Clarakirche, Basel

«Personal Fit: Utopie II» Kornschütte, Lucerne

«Heikedine Günther»
Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, Paris


«Heikedine Günther»
Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, Paris

«Heikedine Günther» Artmuc, Isaforum, Munich

«Heikedine Günther. Triptych Kern No. 285 – 287» Historical Museum Basel, Barfüsserkirche, Basel

«Heikedine Günther»
The Other Art Fair, Saatchi Art, Victoria House & The College Southampton Row, London

«Heikedine Günther»
Malamegi LAB 10, Palazzo Ferrini-Cini, Rom

«De fils ou de fibres «
Abbaye Saint-André, Centre d’art contemporain, Meymac, France


«Heikedine Günther»
The Other Art Fair, Saatchi Art, Old Truman Brewery, London

«Heikedine Günther. Blanche Blatt» WopArt, Work on paper art fair Centro Esposizioni, Lugano

«Corepaintings. Heikedine Günther»
Galerie Artem-Reich, Unterer Heuberg, Basel

«Heikedine Günther. Core – Paintings and unique prints» Galerie Artem-Reich, Unterer Heuberg, Basel

«Heikedine Günther. Paintings and unique prints» Livre rare & objets d’art, Grand Palais, Paris

«Heikedine Günther» Fondation Herzog, Basel

Publications (Selection)
Dagmar Brunner
Kunstwoche(n), in: ProgrammZeitung, No. 351, June 2019, Basel

2019, p. 21.

José VillarealClarachurch Basel presents a selection of works by Heikedine Günther, artdaily, 3rd of June 2019. ( Basel-presents-a-selection-of-works-by-Heikedine-G-uuml-nther#.XQizoS1XZBw)

Abbaye Saint-André, Centre d’art contemporainDe fils ou de fibres, 8th of July – 14th October 2018, p. 6.

Verein Gottlob Kunstpreis (ed.), Wertvoll. Malerei macht Werte sichtbar. Buch zur Ausschreibung Kunst fürs Herz 2018, Liestal 2018, p. 86f.

Bettina WohlfarthEine Generation nimmt Abschied. Zwanzig Jahre Art Paris, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine, 7th of April 2018, p. 15.

Artnet Gallery NetworkAt Art Paris, Artist Heikedine Günther Uses a Meticulous Painting Process to Explore Her Own Sense of Self, 5th of April 2018. ( works-art-paris)

ARTPILArt Paris 2018 / Part II, 5th of April 2018. (

Ministère de la cultureDe fils ou de fibres, exposition collective à l'Abbaye Saint- André, 7th of August 2018. ( fils-ou-de-fibres-exposition-collective-a-l-Abbaye-Saint-Andre)

srfSchweizer Kunst in Paris, Tagesschau, 5th of April 2018, 7:30pm. ( 1930?id=eaa54e01-3528-4c4c-801c-f9d19a02ee2e)

The Global Art Awards«Heikedine Güther’s Art does not reflect the visible, but makes visible», 14th of August 2018.ünther

Collections (Selection)

  • Graf Schönborn Collection, Unterfranken, Germany,

  • Darwin Reedy Collection, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

  • Christiane Leister Art Collection, Innerschweiz

  • Catherine and Bernard Soguel-Dreyfus Collection, Basel

  • Christoph Ackermann, Basel, former Director of Historisches Museum Basel

  • Reiner Speck Collection, Cologne

  • Dagmar and Lutz Helmig Collection, Munich

  • Micky Karton Collection, New York, USA

  • Peter Jäger Collection, Munich


Maider López (1975, Spain)

Maider López's interest relays in interrupting norms in space and architecture, inviting us to experience common spaces in potentially rewarding ways.

She has exhibited extensively internationally as 51st Venice Biennale, Sharjah Biennial 9 and13thIstanbul Biennial. 

Some of her works include: Arnasa, Bilbao Museum of Fine Arts (2020), Prospect 4. Contemporary Art Triennial. New Orleans (2017); 1645 Pieces of Chalk, Matadero Madrid (2016); Play Time, 4th Les Ateliers de Rennes Biennial. Rennes. France (2014); Mom, Am I barbarian?, 13thIstanbul Biennial (2013); Between you and I, Witte de With and Skor, The Netherlands; Eclats, Centre Pompidou Metz (2010); Sharjah Biennial 9, United Arab Emirates (2009)SCAPE Christchurch Biennial of Art in Public Space, New Zealand; Line of sight, Zendai Moma Museum, Shanghai (2008)AdosAdos, Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain (2007); Columnes, Caixa Forum, Barcelona (2006); AtaskoaARTIUM, Vitoria and 51st Venice Biennale (2005).


Lidia Fiabane

Born in Belluno, Italy.

Istituto Tecnico Industriale, Belluno – architectural drawing, design, diploma in architecture.

Studies at the University of Milans Istituto Universitario Lingue Moderne - history of  art and literature. Doctorate.

Stays in Paris and Mexico. Lives in Vienna as a freelance artist.

Working in the fields of painting (mainly in acrylics on layered paper), collage, objects and installations.

The main theme of her artistic research is the stereotype and the cliché.

Her projects often have a multimedial character with involvement of people outside the art world.

Exhibitions and exhibition participations in Austria, Italy, Germany, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, USA, Israel, South Korea

Works purchased by: Austrian Federal Ministry (Art Section), City of Vienna, Bank Austria Creditanstalt, private collections in Austria and abroad.

Texts on L. Fiabane have been written by: P.Gorsen, L. Mare, P. Zawrel, W. Hilger, M. Fischer, W. Patterer, M. C.Holter, G. Leghissa, A. D. Marianacci , M. Mander, M. Seif,  B. Schmidt.


Selected Exhibitions


2020 Formato A4. Sguardo oltre la pandemia, Biblioteca Civica G. Tartarotti, MART, RoveretoItaly

2020 Greetings from, Conference, Università degli Studi di Trieste, Facoltà di Architettura, curated by Adriano Venudo, Arch., Italy

2019 Final Touch, Jumee Kim Gallery, Daejeon, South Korea
2015 – 2016 Vitamine, Tavolette energetiche, curated by Laura Monaldi, MART, Contemporary and Modern Art Museum of Trento and Rovereto, CAMeC, La Spezia, Villa Caruso, Signa, GAMC, Palazzo delle Muse, Viareggio, Italy (Catalogue)

2015 Atrium ArtÖBV - Atrium, curated by Jacqueline Chanton (Fine Art Calendar)

2013 132 tavolette Zavattini” C. Palli Collection, Galleria darte Studio Rosai und Biblioteca Nazionale, (National Library) Florence.

2012 – 2013 Fata morgana - Alltagsvariationen, Galerie Splitter Art. Batya Horn, Vienna, curated by Burghart Schmidt

2011 Solitario, Italian Cultural Institut Palais Sternberg, Vienna and ÖBV - Atrium, Vienna, curated by Arnaldo Dante Marianacci and Maria Christine Holter (Catalogue)

2010 Fioritura O, Osmosi, Festival PAC 108, Parco Centro Villa Basaglia, Livorno, Italy

2007 Contenitore di cultura contemporanea Bau3, Studio Gennai, Pisa, Galerie AREA N.O., Florence, Italy

2007 Bau saluta fluxus, GAMC, Palazzo delle Muse Viareggio, Italy

2006 Austrian Cultural Forum Tel Aviv, Israel

2001 – 2003 Vom Blühen und Reifen. Erotisches aus Kunst und Natur. Museum auf Abruf, Vienna and Warsaw, Poland, curated by Wolfgang Hilger and Berthold Ecker (Catalogue)

2002 Sisma. Artoteca O', Milan

1998 InterMedia communication project Woman: Man, Galerie am Mölkersteig, Vienna.

1998 Flaschenpost.Forum Stadtpark, Graz.

1998 Artomatica.Torre Matilde (MatildeTower) Viareggio, Italy (Catalogue)

1997 Illimite – Aufschließung. Osmosi, Baluardo S. Paolino, city wall of Lucca, Italy and Galerie am Mölkersteig, Vienna

1996 InterMedia Symposium, Schrattenberg, presentation of the catalogue Vienna Secession.

1996 Aktuelle Kunst 95. Austrian Parliament, Vienna und Austrian representation rooms Brussels, Belgium

1995 – 1996 InterMedia communications project Italy : Austria. Italian Cultural Institute, Palais Sternberg Vienna and Austrian Cultural Forum, Milan (Catalogue)

1990 Project Kunstkaufhaus. (Artstore Project) Frauenmuseum Bonn-Women's Museum Bonn, Germany (catalogue)

1989 Konfrontationen/Confrontations. Museumsquartier (Catalogue)

1988 Der verbrannte Engel. Galerie Bücher & Kunst, Vienna curated by Peter Gorsen (Catalogue)



1990 Co-founder of the group of women artists Vakuum

1993-1995 Collaboration with the architecture magazine Perspektiven. Magazin für Stadtgestaltung

Since 1996 Member of the group of artists Osmosis


Thomas Manelli Mann

1957 geboren in Ludwigshafen am Rhein
Fernstudium Neue Kunstschule Zürich
Über 20 Jahre Art Director – seit 2016 freier Grafiker & Künstler
Seit 1994 Einzel- und Gruppenausstellungen – 
u.a. Blickachse Worms, Kunstverein Leimen, Kunstverein und Künstlerhaus Speyer
Vorstandsmitglied im Künstlerbund Speyer 
Wohnt und arbeitet in Speyer und Schifferstadt

Zitate aus der Laudatio von Kunsthistorikerin Dr. Susanne Kaeppele (Mannheim) zu seiner Ausstellung in Kunsthalle Speyer: „Sie sehen schon: sehr originell und gleichzeitig gruselig und kindlich… Das Nichtakademische, das Widerständige macht seine Arbeit aus… Mut und Ich-pfeif-auf-die-Meinung-anderer stecken da dahinter.“ 



 Gerard Caris

1925 Born in Maastricht, Holland

1939-43 Technical School Maastricht

1944-47 Military service in England, the United States, Malaysia and Indonesia

1947 Returns to the Netherlands

1948-54 Leaves for Indonesia and New Guinea in the service of an oil company, visits Australia

1955 Returns to the Netherlands, leaves for oil exploration in Nigeria

1956 Returns to the Netherlands, travels in Europe, works at İskenderun, Turkey

1957 Emigrates to the United States, works in New York, takes courses in art and philosophy at the City College of New York and New York University

1958-61 Leaves for Dhofar (Southern Arabia), works in the Arabian desert

1961 Returns to the United States, works as a site manager for construction and erection of the Telstar Horn Antenna at Andover, Maine

1962-64 Studies arts and humanities at the Monterey Peninsula College, the Monterey Institute of Foreign Studies and San José College in California

1964-67 Studies at the University of California, Berkeley et al with David Hockney, Ronald B. Kitaj, Elmer Bischoff and Richard Diebenkorn

1967 BA in philosophy from the University of California, Berkeley

1968 Returns to the Netherlands as a Special Status Student of the Art Department. of the University of California, Berkeley

1969 MA in art from the University of California, Berkeley,

works as full-time artist

1981 Guest lecturer at the Parsons School of Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, and Hunter College, New York

1987 Guest lecturer at the Universiteit Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands

1993 Lecture at the Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany (Introduction to a Pentagonal Form Language)

1999 Lecture at the symposium Art, Science & Technology, Faculty Cultural Studies, Universiteit Maastricht, the Netherlands

2007 Seminar at the occasion of the exhibition “My gene, it has Five Corners…”Lecture Hall Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (ZKM) Karlsruhe

2011 Attended the Seminar on the 3rdFadjr International Festival of Visual Arts at

the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art TMOCA Tehran – Iran

2015 Attended Conference "Calculation and Aesthetics" Akademie Schloss Solitude Stuttgart, Germany

 lives and works in Holland, the United States and Germany

Solo Shows ( Selection)

1968 Newman Hall Gallery, Berkeley CA.

Student Union Art Gallery , University of California , Berkeley CA

Kasteel Hoensbroek, Hoensbroek NL

Kritzraedthuis, Sittard NL

Galerie de Sfinx, Amsterdam NL

1969 Galerie Dejong-Bergers, Maastricht NL

Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht NL

1970 Cultureel Centrum, Venlo NL

Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag NL

Galerie Design, Rotterdam NL

Galerie Kristiaan, Amsterdam NL

Galerie Van Hulsen, Leeuwarden NL

1971 Neue Galerie im Alten Kurhaus Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen D

1972 Galerie Van Hulsen, Amsterdam NL

Cultureel Centrum, Venlo NL

1975 Galerie Van Hulsen, Amsterdam NL

1977 Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag NL

1979 Cultureel Centrum, Almere NL

1980 Technische Hogeschool, Eindhoven NL

Technische Hogeschool Delft NL

1981 Parsons School of Design, New York NY

1983Bouwcentrum, RotterdamNL

1987/88 Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Utrecht NL

1988 Stadtmuseum Ratingen D

1991Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen D

1993Kunsthalle, Bremen D

1997 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam NL

1999 Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen 

2000 Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt D

2001 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam NL

2002DSM, Heerlen NL

2012 KUAD Gallery Istanbul Turkey 

2015 Akademie Schloss Solitude Stuttgart D 

2018 Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury, Great Britain 

GroupExhibitions (Selection)

1969 Goden en heiligen in Limburg , Utrecht NL

2detriënnale der ZuidelijkeNederlanden Stedelijk Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven NL

2detriënnale der ZuidelijkeNederlanden Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten Antwerpen B

Made in HollandPlus-Kern, centrum voor constructieve vormgeving Gent B

1970 50 x 50 a Dutch graphical artist presentation at 50 different places in the Netherlands simultaneously NL

1971 Atelier 9Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam NL 

1972Gerard Caris en Ries Linnartz Galerie Nouvelles Images, Den Haag NL 

I.K.I. Internationaler Markt für aktuelle Kunst, Düsseldorf D

Galerie Teufel, Köln 

1973 NL kunst uit nederlands limburgKoninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerpen B

Enkel des Stijl Neue Galerie im Alten Kurhaus Sammlung Ludwig Aachen D

1974Constructivistische tendentiesStedelijk Museum Amsterdam NL

36 graphiker aus den NiederlandenEine reisende Graphik-Ausstellung durch Deutschland D

1975Limburgse graficiGalerie Pryzmat, Kraków PL 

1976 25eWinterausstellungKunstpalast im Ehrenhof, Düsseldorf  D

1977Hommage à CasselGesamthochschule, Kassel D

Konstruktion, Funktion, ReduktionGalerie an der Neupforte, Aachen 

1978 Monumentale vormgevingCosa Delft NL 

1979Grafiek uit de BeneluxThéâtre National de Belgique, Bruxelles 

Suermondt- Ludwig Museum, Aachen D  

1979/80Grafiek uit de BeneluxEbes- Expo, Antwerpen B

1982Beeldhouwkunst uit hetZuiden van Nederland Middelheim, Antwerpen B

International exhibition of mail art Palazzo Nervi, Savona I

I sassi del finalese, Finale Ligure I

Goedkoper bouwen 2 Centrum Beeldende Kunst, Rotterdam NL

1983/84 Franklin Furnace, New York NY

Libreria Petrini, Torino I

1984Chiostri di S. Caterina, Finalborgo I

Huset, Copenhagen DN

1985 Biuro Wystaw Artystycznych, Lodzi PL

Diagonale, Espace Critique, Paris F

GlassboroStateCollege, Glassboro , New Jersey NY  

1986 Museum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Utrecht NL 

Eyelevel / OoghoogteStedelijk Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven NL

1987 Verein für Originalradierung, München & Mannheim D

1988 PlanBonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht NL 

1990 Centraal ZuidArti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam NL

Centraal ZuidPulchri Studio, Den Haag NL

1993 Building plans & schemesmail art project, Cultuurcentrum Heusden- Zolder B

1994 Arte 94Les Pyramides, Bruxelles 

1999 Mail art project National Museum Sabac YU

2001 Documentatie tentoonstellingStichting Kunst Openbare Ruimte (SKOR), Den Haag NL

2002 Jubileumtentoonstelling DSM, HeerlenNL

2003 De bomen van Pythagoras Mondriaanhuis, Museum voor Constructieve en Concrete kunst, Amersfoort NL

2005 Lohn der Arbeit Städtisches Museum Gelsenkirchen D

2007 Ausgerechnet...Kunst und Mathematik Museum im Kulturspeicher WürzburgD

Mein Gen, das hat fünf Ecken...,ZKM | Museum für neue Kunst, Karlsruhe D  

2008 BRIDGES 2008 Art Exhibit and international congress of mathematical connections in art, music, architecture and science, Leeuwarden NL 

2016 Verknüpft. Haleh Redjaian und die Sammlung  Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Ingolstadt D

2017aakvlakken,Beelden in Leiden 2017, Leiden, NL 

2019Negative Space, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany. 



1960 born in Munich
based in Munich
artistically active since 1986 

2018 Group exhibition
2018 Master examiation Kung Fu, 
Ajahn Lao, Munich
2018 Exhibition, "Census to Bethlehem"
in Arskrippana, Losheim/Eifel
2016 Exhibition, scupltural interpretation "Census to Bethlehem" by
Pieter Brueghel the Elder 1566in the Bavarian National Museum
2013 Opera Munich, Opera festival, soloist Butoh dance,
"La trovatore"/Verdi, Olivier Py
2013 Participant Art fair
"obacht", Munich
2012 Group exhibition from Gedok, munich

1988 – 1990 Participant of seminars,
academy of visual arts, Munich

1985 – 1986 Cooperation with the theatergroup, located in Düsseldorf,
assistant in the design of the scenery and development of own roles.

Selftaught artist, busy in art since 32 years, located in Munich.
„10 seconds self-timer – that's how much time I have to position 
myself in my „black box“, which I built especially for the 
recordings in my studio. Blurriness is wanted. Martina Singer's 
photographs are characterized by high liveliness and lightness. 
Fabric – costume/everyday clothes, space – stage/scenery, light – 
color/black-white, time – entertainment/short or long exposure, 
mood – irony/seriousness are important elements of her photographs.
Various experiences such as an internship in the painter's
 hall of theatre, dance, movement work (Feldenkrais, Kung Fu,
 Butoh dance), appearances at the Munich Opera as Butoh dancer,
 as well as several years of attendance at a drawing school
 laid the foundations for her work. 
In the first place, the series „Mary“ was created, fairy-tale,
 fantastic and mystical. The protagonist experiences different
 adventures, travels different worlds, always with a 
breeze of humor. The second phase, the „Black Box Phase“, 
makes use of similar structures. Here the costumes used in the 
„Mary Phase“ are put together piece by piece to form 
an evercreasing costume, which is staged anew in the 
Black Box after each join. In the third phase, 
the protagonist begins to travel into reality with 
the completed costume and also other new costumes.
The „stage inventory“ is also created by Martina Singer
„I also deal with different women roles, take often ironically.
 Fabric, clothing, costume, shell versus nudity stage, 
these topics keep me busy.
Mythological aspects, - the animal, the plant – 
inspired by the butoh dance influence my work:“


Tatyana von Leys

Date of birth: 08/27/1956 
Place of birth: Innsbruck Tyrol - Austria - Europe 
Elementary school, Graduation from commercial school,
French and philosophy studies at the Faculté des Lettres in Nice

1985 - 1989 intensive examination of painting, works in different studios in Austria 

1989 to 2000 projects with the curator and art publicist Prof. Peter Weiermair (Director Frankfurter Kunstverein, Rupertinum Salzburg and Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Bologna) 

Numerous individual Exhibitions, Exhibitions in groups in Austria and abroad 

1996 Solo Exhibition 

Gottfried Schmidt Gallery during the Alpbach International Cultural Forum, Tyrol - Austria 

 Group exhibitions: 

Museum Odessa
Art Expo New York 

Art books: Galerie Krinzinger Vienna: art books wwwgalerie-krinzinger-shop at / galerie-krinzinger-buch / Contributions to Hubert Schmalix, Manfred Lang, Ursula Krinzinger, Reimo Wukounig, Hannes Mienek, Tatjana Wirth (name during my first marriage) 

Publications by Prof. Peter Weiermair (catalogs and articles for Art magazines) 

Public Collections: 

Klocker Foundation 
Tyrolean State Museum - Ferdinandeum Innsbruck 
Stadt Innsbruck 
Stadt Imst 
Land Tirol 

Portrait orders at home and abroad 


Essayist and Author: Das kleine Buch zum neuen Denken, 2018 ISBN 978-3-7460-5451-3
Essay for Unisversity Innsbruck / WuV Arbeitskreis Wissenschaft und Verantwortlichkeit 

My Subjects: Trans- and Posthumanism 



Sweven is a 22-year-old Southern California, United States, based artist that is currently on a promising path to a critical career. In his works he mainly lets his intuition guide him to make certain unique choices and such that create a profound emotional impact on the viewers. Sweven’s goal with the work is to take viewers through an emotional and humbling journey by untangling its hidden message one layer at a time, all within their minds.

Sweven has been expressing himself through art since young, painting being one of the many ways. He had a point where mental health took over and struggled tremendously at a young age. The only way he could spring back up from the struggle of mental health was through painting. Sweven re-found the purpose of paining; it was to spring back up from mental health. The works became more than paintings — it's the story behind it; the soul, pain, life, and thoughts instilled. Painting became a necessity, it’s a drug for Sweven (and his only drug). 

Currently, Sweven is working on a painting series where he focuses on the imperfections of his touches on the canvas that are purposefully but at the same time intuitively embraced to bring light to the humanness in his practice in todays' digital age. He focuses on the practice of patience and imperfection in today’s digital era through purpose, resilience, and flow. Sweven has always been conscious of how our society was getting more addicted to digital — that everything needs to be perfect, and imperfections are not taken in like the word “perfect” does. As Sweven states, “as a perfectionist, it takes a toll, especially when it comes to art -- I get pretty extreme. It has been a constant practice to let go of that burden. My purpose in these practices is to find the reassurance and the beauty in our human imperfection — because it is ok to be imperfect. No one is perfect. At the same time, learning to be patient, and from trial and error with the creation of my art, I wish somewhere along the path that I can look for the notable strengthening of prowess and perhaps unleash the extraordinary.” The motion of just putting dots, one by one, helps Sweven spiritually explore and reflect. Sweven, in hopes, wants these works to be more than just a painting but a light and a form of communication for those who might have struggled or are in pain from mental health as well. 

His works are rare and currently exist in some notable private collections. 




Avivson Gallery, Highgate, London

Winter show

from 13th December 2020

Avivson Gallery, Highgate, London

Group prints show

October 2020


Avivson Gallery, Highgate, London

Group sculpture show

September 2020


Lilford Gallery, Canterbury UK

Group show

Summer 2020


Avivson Gallery, Highgate, London

Solo exhibition

March – May 2020


Art Karlsruhe, Germany

with Avivson Gallery

February 2020


Themes & Variations, Westbourne Grove, London

Summer show

May - June 2019


Themes & Variations, Westbourne Grove, London

Summer show

May - June 2018


Themes & Variations, Westbourne Grove, London

Summer show

May - June 2017


Decoratum, St John’s Wood, London

Solo show

May - July 2016


Themes & Variations, Westbourne Grove, London

Group show

February 2016


Themes & Variations, Westbourne Grove, London

Group show

November - December 2015


Dragon, Hastings UK

Solo show

30 September - 14 October 2015


The New Artist Fair, Old Truman Brewery, London

4-6 September 2015


Lilford Gallery, Canterbury UK

Group show

March - May 2015


The Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London

with Lilford Gallery

March 2015


London Westbank Gallery, Notting Hill, London

Group show

January - April 2015


Lilford Gallery, Canterbury UK

Group show

Spring/Summer 2014


The Affordable Art Fair, Battersea, London

with Lilford Gallery

March 2014


Ap-Art Pop Up, Westbourne Grove, London

Group show

September 2013


The See Exhibition, Long Island, New York

The Story of the Creative exhibition

July - September 2013


Debut Contemporary, Westbourne Grove, London

June - August 2013



Julia Lüdwig

Einzelausstellungen und Ausstellungs- und Messebeteiligungen [Auswahl]

2020Installation Waldstück/ Forest, U-Bahnhof Gesundbrunnen, Berlin

2020 Neue Kunst hat Freunde, Jahresausstellung im Neuen Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop

2020 Wir machen Druck- Ausstellung zu den trad. Drucktechniken, Alte Druckerei Sinzig

2020 PLAIN SIGHT. Radierungen und Zeichnungen. Galerie Graumalerei Berlin (Einzelausstellung)

2019 DAS TAPETENWERK TEILT 8.0. Auktion, Tapetenwerk Leipzig Halle 

2019 Open Studios AR_29 2019, Berlin

2018 aufgekratzt & tiefgedruckt 2, Druckwerkstatt im Kulturwerk des bbk berlin //

Kunstquartier Bethanien am Mariannenplatz

2018 Open Studios AR_29 2018 mit Gastkünstlern, Berlin

2017 1st International Print Biennale Yerevan 2017, Jerewan, Armenien

2017 Schöner Anblick. Einzelausstellung, 09.09. - 30.10.2017, Galerie Oben, Salon Schloss Rabenstein, Chemnitz

2017 Pop-Up Art Gallery Berlin - Exhibition 2, The Ballery, Berlin

2017 125 Bilder suchen eine Kolonie, Ausstellungsbeteiligung, Galerie Peters-Barenbrock, Ahrenshoop

2016 Nichts als die Wahrheit. 50 mal Malerei. Klasse Pleuger 1999-2016, Ausstellungsbeteiligung, Kunststiftung Sachsen-Anhalt

2016 International Print Show, Wharepuke Gallery, New Zealand

2015 New Prints/SUMMER. IPCNY, International Print Center New York

2015 That rug really tied the room together. Das Gift, Berlin (mit Igor Bleischwitz und Detlef Suske)

2015 VEER. Galerie kurt im hirsch, Berlin (mit Robert Cossen und Jochen Schneider)

2015 Ereignis Druckgrafik 7, Tapetenwerk Leipzig

2014 Internationale Grafik Triennale Frechen

2014 Anonyme Zeichner, Pavillion am Milchhof, Berlin

2014 Open Studios AR_29, Berlin

2014 Galery Printmakers Inkshop/ Ithaka, N.Y.(USA)

2014 Ereignis Druckgrafik.6, Tapetenwerk Leipzig

2013 Open Studios AR_29, Berlin/

2013 Stipendiatenausstellung Galerie der GEDOK Schleswig-Holstein. Lübeck.(SOLO)

2013 Melancholie. Vom Tiefdruck in der zeitgenössischen Kunst. Neues Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop

2013 Ereignis Druckgrafik.5, Galerie VORORTOST, Leipzig/

2012 Berlin(er) am Meer. Galerie Parterre, Berlin/

2012 open]art[space, Projektraum Kunst, ehem. AEG-Gelände Berlin

2012 Assemblage. Neues Kunsthaus, Ahrenshoop/

2012 Ereignis Druckgrafik.4, Galerie VORORTOST, Leipzig

2012 3 junge Künstler.(mit Robin Zöffzig und Nina Hannah Kornatz),Kunstverein Halle

2012 Broadcast, Funkhaus Berlin

2011 Künstlerhaus Lukas, Ahrenshoop (SOLO mit Gudrun von Maltzan)

2011 Ausstellung der Stipendiaten. Städtische Galerie Wertingen (SOLO mit Ruth Baumann)

2010 Eberhard-Dietzsch Kunstpreis, Ausstellung der Nominierten, Geraer Bank

2010 Ausstellung Klasse Pleuger, Erholungshaus der Bayer AG, Leverkusen 

2009 Klasse Pleuger. Galerie im Volkspark, Halle

2009 Freundschaftsspiel. Arbeiten von Julia Ludwig und Yifei Zhang. Halle

2009 abreisen. wegreißen. KunstinBetrieb 2009. Halle

2009 7ieben. Ausstellung von Studenten und Absolventen der Burg Giebichenstein, Magdeburg

2008 Utopie des Raumes. Nationalmuseum Kirgistan, Bishkek

2008 KunstinBetrieb 2008. Halle

Julia Ludwig // CV

lives and works in Berlin

01/ 2011 Master`s degree, class of Prof. Ute Pleuger [painting], Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle

2009 Diploma in Painting and Graphic Arts, Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle

2006/07 Erasmus Socrates Residency, Athens/Greece, Athens University of the Arts (ASFA)

2002-2009 Studies of Painting/Graphics Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design Halle

Scholarships and awards

2015 / 2017 Residency

Print workshop municipal gallery Wolfsburg (Wolfsburg Castle)

Since 2013 Studio funding from the bbk and the Berlin Senate

2013 GEDOK scholarship, Lübeck

Working residency, Neues Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop

2012 Art Award 'Neue Kunst hat Freunde', Neues Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop 

2011 Scholarship Künstlerhaus Lukas, funded by the state of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania

2011 Living and working scholarship of the city of Wertingen

2006 EILC- Scholarship Ioannina, Greece

2006/ 07 Erasmus Socrates Scholarship, Athens School of Fine Arts, Athens

Works in collections:Private, Wertingen Municipal Gallery

Solo exhibitions and participation in exhibitions and fairs in Germany, Kyrgyzstan, Greece, USA, Armenia, Bulgaria, New Zealand, among others.


Armin Baumgarten

1967 geboren in Wolfsburg

1989-95 Studium der Malerei und Grafik an der Hochschule für bildende Künste

Braunschweig bei Prof. Hinnerk Schrader, Karl Möllers, Prof. Arwed D. Gorella und

Prof. Hermann Albert

1994 Beginn der Beschäftigung mit dem Thema Kopf

1996 Meisterschüler von Prof. Hermann Albert

1997 Wohn- und Arbeitsstipendium des Vereins Künstlerhaus Meinersen, Meinersen

Umzug nach Düsseldorf

2002 Beginn der Beschäftigung mit dem Thema Berg

2003 Erste Plastiken und Figuren-Bilder

2007 Kreuzbild für die Tersteegenkirche in Düsseldorf Golzheim

2008 Figurengruppen

2011 erste Großskulpturen für den Außenraum


Douglas Tausik Ryder 

Douglas Tausik Ryder was born in New York in 1954, and currently lives and works in UK

In his body of work, Tausik Ryder responds to the digital age with conceptual, digital, and analog practices about structural and surface decisions. Tausik Ryders technology-assisted art making responds through a pioneering creative process, which delivers expressive, crafted sculptures. His theme has consistently been the figure in combination with geometry in compositional narratives. 

Tausik Ryder has shown previously at Jason Vass, Los Angeles, CA; Denk Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Guild Hall, Hampton, NY; and Pennsylvania College of Technology. His exhibition at Jason Vass was reviewed by by Christopher Knight, a Pulitzer prize winning art critic for the Los Angeles TimesAnd his sculptures are in the prominent notable private and public collections including that of Tom Ford, former creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent; Grand Park, Irvine CA; and Kite Pharama Inc, Santa Monica, CA.

In 2020, one of Tausik Ryders sculptures will be shown as part of the European Cultural Centers exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2021.


Manuela Beyer-Bunk - mabebuart 

Geboren in Kempten / Allgäu / Germany.

In der Kunst der Perfektion im Bereich der Technik übte ich mich in meinen Berufen als Bauzeichnerin im Hochbau und später als Detailkonstrukteurin im Karosseriebau.

In der Perfektion im Bereich der bildenden Kunst mit und ohne Technik übe ich mich „öffentlich“ seit Ende 2011 als Autodidaktin. 

2014 – 2018 Mitglied der Autoren Galerie 1 in München

Seit 2017 Mitglied im Badischen Kunstverein Karlsruhe

Meine Ausstellungstätigkeit, hier ein Ausschnitt:


Ausstellung „Die Perfektheit und dasFehler“, G.A.S-station in Berlin / Kreuzberg


34. Friedberger Kunstausstellung in der Aula der Stadthalle Friedberg 

2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018

Bilder, Briefe, Noten LXXXII / LXXXIV / LXXXVII / XC / XCIV in der Autoren Galerie 1 in München

2017 / 2018

51. / 52. Westallgäuer Kunstausstellung in Lindenberg

2017 / 2018 / 2020 online

Badischer Kunstverein, Mitgliederausstellungen 2017/2018, 2018/2019, 2020/2021 (online wegen Corona) in Karlsruhe


dailypoetry“ , Art-Diary-Dokumentation - Visuelles Poesie-Projekt 2019 auf Instagram


Veröffentlichung eines Gedicht-Beitrags aus meinem „dailypoetryproject“ im Buch „Instagram Poetry For Every Day“, edited von Jessica Atkinson & Chris McCabe – National Poetry Library, Laurence King Publishing


Simon Felix Haas

Simon Felix Haas, geboren 1992 in Schärding am Inn (AT)

Er studierte Lehramt für Deutsch und Geschichte in Salzburg und Linz. Die Schwerpunktsetzung des Studiums lag auf der Diskursanalyse und einer literaturwissenschaftlichen Analyse des Bösen in der Literatur.

Seit 2018 studiert er an der Kunstuniversität Linz Plastische Konzeption und Keramik. Neben Readymades arbeitet der Künstler bevorzugt skulptural mit Gips, Holz, Pappmaché und Keramik. Zurzeit lebt und arbeitet er in Reggio Emilia, Italien.

Mit meiner Kunst versuche ich Gedanken und Gefühle in eine Form zu bringen, für die es meiner Sprache an Ausdrucksmöglichkeiten fehlt. Ziel ist nicht, Klarheit zu schaffen, sondern der Unklarheit ihren Platz einzuräumen. Nicht das Finden von Antworten, sondern das Unterstreichen von Fragen steht im Vordergrund. Je mehr ich verstehe, desto weniger verstehe ich.“

„Durch die monochromen Oberflächen verliert das Ausgangsmaterial an Relevanz und die Objekte fungieren lediglich als Platzhalter für die aus ihnen gewonnenen Assoziationen. Storytelling zum Anfassen – aber bitte nicht berühren“


2019 Rundgang Kunstuniversität (Colletiva), Linz (AT), Strafsachengalerie

2020 Ab heute nur noch Dosenbrot, Linz (AT), WHA-Galerie

2020 La belle époque der Einsamkeit, Reggio Emilia (IT), Galleria Spazio Aperto


Sandra Strēle

Sandra Strēle graduated in 2016 from the Art Academy of Latvia, acquiring her Master's degree at the Department of Painting, also she had spent one semester as part of a student exchange programme at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. She received the visual arts scholarship of the Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation in 2012, the Brederlo von Sengbusch Art Prize in 2014, the SEB Banka scholarship in painting in 2016, the prestigious grant from The Elizabeth Greenshields foundation in Canada and Young Painter Prize in 2019. Sandra Strēle has held a number of solo exhibitions, participated in group exhibitions and artist residences in Italy, Belarus, Estonia, Lithuania, Norway, India, Belgium, Germany, France and elsewhere. Sandra’s works are in the collections of Latvian National Museum of Art, National Art Gallery of Lithuania, Lewben Art Foundation and Boris and Ināra Teterev Foundation, in Raivis Zabis collection, SEB bank collection and in other private collections in Latvia and abroad.


Tim Cierpiszewski

2003 bis 2009 Studium der freien Kunst an der Kunstakademie Münster bei 
Prof. Maik und Dirk Löbbert, 2007 Meisterschüler, seit 2009 Akademiebrief 

2007 bis 2008 Gaststudium bei Prof. Martin Gostner, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf 

2001 bis 2003 Studium der Philosophie an der Universität Essen

Ausstellungsbeteiligung: (Auszug) 

2020 ICH SCHREIB DIR VON ZU HAUSE, dst Gallerie, Münster 

2020 TAPE, Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach

2020 POLAR, ARTWORK EARTH, The Atlas for Art on Ecology and Climate

2020 THE WRONG SIDE, Stroma Projectspace, Köln 



2020 RAUMWWW, Project by Daniel Hahn / Johannes Mundinger, Berlin 

2020A6 Murals Worldwide, Instagram Project by Lydia Wierenga, Ten Boer, Niederlande

2020 EILAND, Eiland Projektraum, Essen 

2019 WERKTALK, Monika Jarecka / Christl Mudrak, Berlin 

2019 LIKE A HOUSE, Gesellschaft für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Osnabrück 

2019 Hilbert Cierpiszewski Kersten, Hilbert Raum, Berlin 

2019 CELLAR, Marie Wolfgang - Werkstatt und Praxis aktueller Kunst, Essen

2019 MGame, Stiftung Digitale Spiel Kultur, Mönchengladbach 

2019 DEW21 Kunstpreis 2019, Dortmunder U, Dortmund 

2019 NEULAND, Montag Stiftung für Kunst und Gesellschaft, Mönchengladbach Rheydt 

2019The Cologne Art Book Fair, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln

2019 Artist Work Release, Josef Albers Museum, Quadrat, Bottrop

2019BEAT DOWN MIDNIGHT SWIM, Knappschaft, Unna [E] 

2018 THE DARK SIDE OF THE ROOM, Salzamt, Linz, Österreich [E]

2018 HOMAGE TO THE SQUARE ARCHITECTURE, Salzamt, Linz, Österreich [E] 

2018LOUD NOISE, Tyson, Köln [E]

2018 AT THE WELL, Josef Albers Museum, Quadrat, Bottrop

2018 SYNCHRON, Matjö – Raum für Kunst, Köln [D] 

2018 ATRIUM, Kunsthalle Lüneburg, KulturBäckerei, Lüneburg [E] 

2018 Kunst & Leidenschaft, 50 Jahre Kunstverein Gelsenkirchen

2018 DIN A 4, Kunst-Quartier, BBK-Osnabrück 

2018 The Cologne Art Book Fair, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Köln 

2017Berufung, Beruf, Verruf – Zur Absicherung der künstlerischen Existenz, Lecture, 

(E) / Einzelausstellung (D) / Doppelausstellung 


Péter A. Leigh. Biography

Recent exhibitions

2019 Cyprus College of Art - Pafos. Gavin Turk - Portrait of an egg, Somerset House.
Solo Exhibition - Certainties (Positive - Negative), The Brewery Tap, Folkestone.

Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes. Chiara Williams Contemporary Art, Afternoon Tea: Works on Paper, Margate Festival. Menier Gallery, London.

508 Kings Road Gallery, Chelsea. Sikkema Jenkins & CO, New York.

Galerie Metanoia, Paris. Mall Galleries 7th Passion For freedom, London.

Kawasaki City Museum, JAALA Biennale, Japan. Hortensia Gallery Chelsea Exhibition.

Pump House gallery Battersea, London.  MuBE Brazilian Museum of  Sculpture Brazil.
 Institut für alles mögliche Berlin, Germany. Space Ophen Art Gallery, Salerno, Italy.  Hortensia Gallery 2013 Exhibition Chelsea. 
Mile End Art Pavilion Project 2012 London.  Unit 24 Gallery Passion For Freedom, London.  Cork Street Open Exhibition London.  Castel San Pietro Terme Bologna, Italy.  Random Project – Rich Mix Bethnal Green Road London.  Gallery40 Brighton.  The Stone Space Gallery London.  The Gallery on the Corner, Project 2012, Battersea, London.
Utopian cities Night of the Museums Buenos Aires, Argentina.  National Gallery Cosenza Italy.
 Dreamspace Gallery GFEST, London.  A&D Gallery (Post Ray Johnson) London.  Hackney WickED Festival The Outside World, London.




1948  geboren in MÜnchen

1969 - 1974  Studium an der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München


Seit 1970 ( Auswahl )


Kempten, Residenz

München, städt. Galerie 

 Erlangen, städt. Galerie

 "Offenes Atelier"Kronach, 

städt. Galerie im Rathaus

rth, Galerie Förstermühle

nchen, Haus der Kunst - Kunstsalon

London, P.O.S.K. Gallery

Coburg, Galerie am Hexenturm

nchen, Kunst im Lila Haus

rth, Kulturzentrum

Kulmbach, Plassenburg

Hof, Hypogalerie

Bamberg, Galerie am Stephansberg

Leipzig, MZvD Weltkongress 1997

Kronach, Kronacher Kunstverein e.V.

München, Forum Rutzmoser

Kronach, Kunstverein, LED-ART

Kronach, Festung 

Rosenberg, Retrospektive

Kunst am Bau, Fotostudio 

THRON, Kronach


Harry Underwood is a self taught painter living in Nashville Tennessee. Born in Miami during 1969 and raised in the rural "Redlands" farming area near the city of Homestead Florida. His father was a Carpenter and his mother worked at a Supermarket. He has one sister. With his family he attended the Church of God pentecostal church until 1982. As a teenager he cleaned swimming pools at many of the Motels in the area and bussed tables at the Capri Italian Restaurant in Florida City. Uprooted by Hurricane Andrew in 1992 he lived in New Orleans and Austin, eventually settling in Nashville where he worked in the construction industry until 2005. His artwork has been shown by galleries in United States, France and England.



Artist statement
Meine Drahtskulpturen: Man hat eine feste Form vor Augen und und schaut zugleich durch sie hindurch. Das Geflecht aus Knoten und schwarzen Linien ist eine dreidimensionale Zeichnung, die sich mit jeder Ansicht verändert. Aus einer abstrakten Vorstellung heraus, wie dem Erleben von Freiheit, entstehen bei mir Skulpturen mit assoziativen Formen. Beim „Drahtweben“ knüpfe ich Strukturen, die biologischen Zellen ähnlich sind. Manchmal bekommen die „Webmuster“ eine rhythmische Ordnung wie sie Maschinen erzeugen, im Detail sind sie chaotisch und „handschriftlich“. Durch die handwerkliche Seite des Drahtflechtens erfahre ich mich selbst und erspüre die „Proportion“ meiner Arbeit.

Die Grafiken werden wie die Skulpturen von der Linie bestimmt. Sie entstehen im freien improvisatorischen Spiel. Räumlichkeit wird angedeutet und an anderer Stelle in die Fläche „gedrückt“, Formen und Anatomien werden dekonstruiert, beabsichtigte Striche werden teilweise unvollständig ausgeführt, um die „Offenheit“ der Grafik nicht zu gefährden. Ich vergesse mich beim Zeichnen. Es sind starke Momente aus Literatur, Musik und dem Leben, die ich dabei verehre. Die Natur, in der das „Zufällige“ seine Platz hat, hat mein Verständnis vom Entstehen und Gelingen von Kunst geprägt. Selbstgebaute und gefundene Zeichenwerkzeuge ergänzen die Handschrift und nehmen ihr das Absichtsvolle

Vita / Ausstellungen

Am 16.09.1966 in Dessau geboren
Gaststudium Bildhauerei, Burg Giebichenstein, Halle-Saale 1999 – 2000
Aufbaustudiengang Denkmalpflege, Archäologie, Kunstgeschichte,
Ausbildung zum Mediengestalter – Printdesign in Leipzig,
Grafikkurse in Leipzig bei Tatiana Petkova und Andreas Weißgerber,
Mitglied im Bund Bildender Künstler seit 2009

Stipendien / Symposien

2020 Denkzeitstipendium
2019 Interdisziplinäres Symposium Schaddelmühle
2017 eu art network: Symposium 2019 Cseelley Mühle, Oslip, Östereich
2016 Internationale Bildhauerwerkstatt Schwarzenberg
2015 XI. Internationales Bildhauersymposium
Steine ohne Grenzen im Bucher Forst
2015 Esco-Salzwerk Stipendium
2014 Keramiksymposium Schaddelmühle
2013 Bildhauerpleinair Pegau
2012 Kügelgenstipendium Bernburg
2011 Projekt „Regenerativverfahren“,
Kunstverein Frankfurt / Oder

Ausstellungen und Ausstellungsbeteiligungen

2020 Voila, 30 Jahre BBK
2020 Blue Quarantine, vier Ausstellungsorte Leipzig
2019 Raum Schaddel, Galerie 4D Projektort Leipzig
2019 Galerie Flox“Still-Leben
2018 Art GO East Doppelausstellung mit Bea Nielsen im Japanischen Haus
2018 Auktionen Pögehaus, Tapetenwerk
2018 Din A> Leipzig
2018 Kunstinitiative “Im Friese” e.V.
Sonderausstellung „all we need is color“
2017 Friese.ev, „Tabu und Bruch“
2017 ArtFigura Schwarzenberg,“Re-Formation“, Juryauswahl
2016 Studio one
2016 esco Werk Bernburg
2015 Archäologisches Museum Chemnitz
2015 Alte Handelsschule Leipzig
2015 ArtFigura Schwarzenberg Juryauswahl
2015 Artcapella Schkeuditz
2014 Keramikzentrum Schaddelmühle
2013 Kunstinitiative “Im Friese” e.V.
Ausstellung: „Sinn und Glück“, Kurator: Christian Gracza
2012 Kunstverein Ibbenbüren mit Tatiana Petkova
2012 Sparkasse Bernburg,
Gemeinschaftsausstellung zum Stipendium
2012 Galerie d‘été ,Vitrac St. Vincent, Frankreich,
mit Katja Enders und Marta Runge


Stefania Pinsone 

Stefania Pinsone is an Award-winning artist (EWAL Premier Art Award London 2019 Top Prize winner). Awarded by the head judge Professor Emeritus Dan Fern at the Royal College of Art of London. Her artworks are characterized by a powerful personal painting style that combines a strong figurative imagery with the elegance of a new contemporary impressionism of the digital age.

Her artistic project is double and dedicated to exploring both the inner space of the brain mechanics using a complex system of symbols and signs, and the external space, distorting the images as seen through a video screen in its multiple meanings. This last project is characterized  by extreme experimentation in style and in the use of different materials, among them Plexiglas, aluminum, iron, rhinestones, LED lights, copper, resin and metallic or fluorescent colors.

Stefania Pinsone was born and raised in Rome, she holds an MFA degree and a MA in Art History. After some years of professional artistic work - mainly in Rome and Milan - and a long period of art teaching in high schools in Rome, in 2009 she moved to the Basel area in Switzerland starting an international activity. Her artworks are published in the Art book: International art today – 2016 and 2017 editions, curated by Dr. Ingrid Gardill. Published also in the autumn and winter 2020 editions of House & Garden, Tatler, GQ and Vogue ​(The Condé Nast Publications Ltd, Vogue House, London).

She has received in 2019 the recognition certificate by the Ambassador of Italy to Switzerland, H. E. Silvio Mignano for being the best expat Italian talent in her field.

Since 2018 she has started a parallel activity of professional Graphic Designer for IES ltd in Basel 


MFA in visual arts.Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, 1997

University Diploma: Bachelor course in Cultural Services, Università degli Studi di Firenze, 2004

Degree in Art History, M.A. with honors, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, 2007


2020 Personal exhibition in  Gh36,  during the Berlin art week, 12 -22 September 2020, Co-curator Dr. Lily Fürstenow, Berlin.

Starting a commercial partnership with Vogue, House & Garden, Tatler and GQ(The Condé Nast Publications Ltd, Vogue House, London). 

Starting collaboration with E.ARTISauction Haus , May, Chemnitz (DE)

$€X¥ Gstaad, art exhibition organised by ArtsFemin,Huus Resort Hotel, Feb.-Mar. 2020, Gstaad (CH)

2019 Personal Exhibitionat R4L art Gallery Nov.-Dec, Seon (CH)

Premier Art Award Exhibition London2019,Top Prize winner(10/31/19), head juror: professor emeritus Dan Fern at the Royal College of Art of London. LaGalleria Pall Mall, London

Selected artist for the "Director's choice" in ArtMuc, October, Munich (DE)

Consignment of the recognition certificate by the Ambassador of Italy to Switzerland, H. E. Silvio Mignano, and the Italian Consul in Basel, Pietro Maria Paolucci during the 1st Edition of the "Young Italian Talent Day in Switzerland" (5 October, CH)

When art meets jewellery: Brahmfeld & Gutruf. org. by, Sept-Oct., Hamburg

Duo Exhibitionat Posk Gallery, 26 - 31 August, London

Platform for emerging artist #22, selected for exhibition in Leyden Gallery, 13-25 May, London

London-Kyoto FAPDA Award, winner in art print category, exhibition in Be Gallery, May, Kyoto

2018 Selected artist for the Director's choice" in ArtMuc, November, Munich

The Discovery Art Fair, with Parcus Gallery, November, Frankfurt (DE)

“Grand Salon 2018“, Villa Berberich, Jan.-Feb., Bad Säckingen (DE)

2017 Exhibition in the public museum Wanlin Art Museum, Hubei Art Festival, Nov., Wuhan, China

Selected artist atEWAAC 2017, category painting, exhibition in the Pall Mall Gallery, Oct., London

Selected forEWAAC-Artist in Residence 2017with final exhibition in Posk Gallery, August, London

Selected artist for Personal Exhibitionat Onepeak Hubei Culture Media Co., Ltd., TS1 Gallery, Wuhan City, with the agency Amalart S.r.l.May-June, Wuhan,China

2016 “AAF, Affordable Art Fair”, with Galerìa Gaudì, February, Brussels

Representationat Atkinson Collection Gallery, Chicago

Modern Woman In Art, Exhibition for modern and current art, Basel Art Center, June, Basel

LISTE 21/Art Basel - art fair,represented by Kaskadekondensator& Dr. Kuckucks Labrador,June,Basel 

ExhibitionatLe Dame Art Gallery, June-December, London

AwardedatEWAAC 2016 withEncouragement Price; exhibition La Galleria Pall Mall, Oct. London

“Seeking Peace: Figurative or Abstract Art?”, collective exhibition in Basel Art Center, Nov., Basel

2015 Double exhibitionin the art Gallery Haus am Bach, April, Sissach (CH)

“Kölner LISTE”art fair, with A-Space gallery, April, Cologne

Solo Exhibition, Art & Context 101,Art Gallery, October-November, Basel

“Satellit 15”, collective exhibition with SGBK Basel,November, “Kultur Nacht Liestal”

2014 “Under One Roof”collective exhibition, Gum Gallery, May, Moscow

“Cutlog NY” Art Fair, May, New York

“Frisch Gestrichen”double exhibition, Galerie Eulenspiegel,Aug.-Sept., Basel

“Copenhagen Art Contemporary art fair”,September, Copenhagen

2013 “Sommerausstellung”collective exhibition, Galerie Schöneck, Riehen, Basel

“Selection”collective exhibition, Galerie Schöneck, Riehen, Basel

2004 “Collocazioni domestiche: percorsi urbani”collective exhibition. Show RoomSMIT, Rome

2003 “Blerò” Personal Exhibition.Fondazione Katinca Priniand Contini Gallery, Bardonecchia

2002 “Nuovo Quadro Contemporaneo” collective exhibition. Palazzo Cedir, Reggio Calabria

2001 “Hellzapoppin”collective exhibition.Galleria dArte Mascherino, Rome

“Match”collective exhibition. Galleria d’Arte F. Russo, Rome

2000 Collective Exhibition.Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Roma, Rome

1999 Personal Exhibition.Studio D’Arte Cannaviello, curated by E. Cannaviello, Milan

1998 Personal Exhibition, with catalogue, Galleria dArte Mascherino, curated by G. Marziani, Rome

Work experience

Exclusive Contractwith the art gallery, Galleria d'Arte Mascherino, Rome, 1998-2008

High school teacherin art history and drawingin San Sisto Vecchio, Rome, 2002-2009 and in state schools

Work order: double portrait of the client and his wife, December 2014

Graphic designer forIES ltd from January 2018, for Anapath Ltd from June 2019, Basel (CH)


Sant’Urbano alla Caffarella: nuove indagini e scoperte,Rivista dell’Istituto Nazionale d’Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte, no. 59, 2010

Stefania Pinsone”, Catalogue for the personal exhibition, curated by G. Marziani, Rome, 1998

Violence and Perception”,Catalogue for the personal exhibition, curated by Dr. B. Reuter, Basel, 2015

Inclusion in the art book: International art today – 2016 and 2017, curated by Dr. Ingrid Gardill,(May 2016, May 2017), IKH-Publishing Martina Kolle

Adrian Pocobelli 

Adrian Pocobelli (1979) was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in Canada's midwest. He became interested in images at a young age when he began collecting postcards of Roman mosaics on his first trip to Italy and was given the stamp collection of his late Italian grandfather. As a teenager he became interested in sports cards, and later comics, eventually working his first job at a comic store in Saskatoon.

In his twenties he completed a Masters in English Literature at the University of Saskatchewan, writing a thesis on The Atrocity Exhibition by J.G. Ballard, after which he moved to Montreal, where he worked as a graphic designer. He later moved to Toronto, where he spent four years as a news editor before moving to Berlin in September 2016. Pocobelli currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. 

Screen Memories

The history of art is etched into our collective psyche. Although we have different exposure to art based on our interests and education, there is nonetheless a general consciousness of what art is and what it looks like, and generally these notions are transferred through famous, so-called canonical, images. In this respect, art history acts as a visual anchor of sorts — a reference point — in a visually overstimulated world.

Sigmund Freud coined the term screen memoryto describe a distorted visual memory originating in childhood. Based on its ubiquity, the history of art can be seen as a kind of visual childhood memory of the mass psyche. By masking parts of these canonical works with screenprinted areas of colour based on digital techniques, I’m attempting to celebrate the fresh look of technology, using the smartphone as compositional tool, while also commenting on a covered up, painted over spiritual world, which, for good or ill, remains largely hidden in our secular society. In simple terms, technology is masking the divine, and the results are ambiguous. From a technical perspective, my core interest is what I call “travelling through the mediums.” How does an image transform from its original incarnation as an artwork in a gallery, to the photo of the artwork, to its compressed version as a JPG and its representation on Google Images search results to being scanned, printed and screenprinted overtop? Through this visual alchemy, I hope to have created a contemporary and relevant art object.


Franziska Stevick

Franziska Stevick catches the gentle dynamics between evolution and definition. Her often surreal depictions of transformations in movement and meaning are forever alleviating.

Born into Berlin’s urban creed of grey skylines and enthralling nightlife, she has an affinity for nature and a great love for the outdoors.  Frequenting the outer limits of Brandenburg under the stars or not; Franziska brings much of that connection to her sought tranquillity towards the natural ebb and flow of things, into her works.

Franziska Stevick has over the years been a part of many intimate collections - be that performative, exhibitions, commissions or print.  Alone or in collaborative projects alike her work spans many varied techniques with a sure focus on collage. Not limited to this however, Franziska has explored paint, shop installations and lithography (gravure). 

Franziska has continued her exploration of painting, drawing, installation and lithography and has found paper, in the form of collage, to be a satisfying and inspiring media. Often using discarded magazines and newspapers, her reform of the structure and the characteristic uniformed grid used in printed media combined with her drawings perfectly exemplify the noted comfort in nature’s ebb and flow.

Franziska’s most notable projects include; collages / drawings of characters, untitled, newspaper on paper.  

“When people see my work, I hope they experience the world of details”


Julie Davidson Smith

Julie is an award-winning Canadian artist who has exhibited her work across Canada and is part of an upcoming exhibition in New York’s Van Der Plas Gallery in late November 2020. Her work explores the themes around the human spirit, our connection to nature, ourselves and each other - the collective unconscious. This unseen space that exists between all living things is a rich tapestry of universal/human energy. This invisible fusion of ideas, emotions and stories transcend the superficial boundaries we have created as humans - class, gender, geography and time itself. Julie's art taps into this "in-between" place where her passion for design, meaning, and storytelling guide her to the heart of it all - what it means to be alive beyond the superficial boundaries of our society and culture.


Maarten de Mink. Artist statement:

Maarten de Mink (b. 1977) was born in Limerick, Ireland, but raised in various places all over The Netherlands. He currently lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. He graduated from the RUG University in Groningen (NL) in 2002 after having studied literature. Perhaps due to this academic background, Maartens' works seem to have a storytelling aspect to them. Maarten aims to tell graphic 'tales' that have many angles, but at the same time appear very clear-cut.

Maarten is a graphic artist whose work oozes and flows with energy. In his very characteristic way he carefully combines the abstract with the figurative, creating a fine balance between the two. To achieve this, he combines pictures out of magazines with shapes and figures from his own imagination. His collage-style drawings have been described as 'psychedelic windows into a fractured universe that tastes like Picasso meets Monty Python. 


Dörte Lützel-Walz

Zentrales Thema meiner Malerei ist die Farbe, die als Bild gestaltendes Element den Arbeitsprozess bestimmt.

Farbe interessiert mich dabei nicht nur als Material (in mehr oder weniger flüssigen Aggregatzuständen), sondern ist Medium, das aufgrund seiner Suggestivkaft Bildwelten schafft, die jenseits der Realität liegen. Es geht um Licht und Dunkelheit, um Wärme und Kälte, Tiefe, Nähe, Präsenz oder Vergangenes; Assoziationen unterschiedlichster Art, auf die der Betrachter sich einlassen kann.


2003–04 Freie Kunstschule Berlin (Ute Wöllmann, Serge Waha)

2004-2009 Studium der Malerei an der Akademie für Malerei Berlin bei Ute Wöllmann 

2009 Abschluss des Studiums, Meisterschülerin von Ute Wöllmann

2009-2012 Dozentin an der Akademie für Malerei Berlin

seit 2010 freischaffende Künstlerin, lebt und arbeitet in Berlin 

2010 Mitglied im Kunstverein Kunsthaus Potsdam 

2012-1013 Gesellschafterin der Produzentengalerie ROOT Berlin 

2013 in der Sammlung des Auswärtigen Amtes vertreten

seit 2015 Mitglied im Kunstverein KUNST.RAUM.STEGLITZ.e.V.

2018-2019 vertreten durch die Online-Galerie New German Art

Ausstellungen / Messebeteiligungen(Auswahl)

2020 „Kein Thema 4“ Kunstverein Kunsthaus Potsdam

2019 „Die Kraft der Farbe“ kunst am bahnhof bad saarow e.v. Bad Saarow

„Kontraste“ Galerie im Kaiserin Friedrich-Haus Berlin-Mitte

„Kein Thema 3“ Kunstverein Kunsthaus Potsdam

2018 „Widerstand I Entladung“ PRIMOBUCH Berlin 

„transformart“ Kunstfestival Berlin Oberschöneweide 

2017 „Art-Festival 2017“ Japanische, belgische, deutsche Künstler, I.M.S. Tokyo 

„Art-Festival 2017“, Cultural Exchange Project Europe-Japan, Berlin 

„Rhythmus und Farbe“ Malerei und Zeichnung, PRIMOBUCH Berlin

2016 Soeth7 „Das Gefängnis ist offen“ Präsentation zum Thema Freiheit 

„Farbe Raum Licht“, Wassergalerie Berlin 

Cultural Exchange Project, Deutsche und Japanische Künstler“ , Tokyo 

2015 Kunst.Raum.Steglitz., „Wie sehen Künstler den Bezirk?“ 

„Japanische und deutsche Künstler“ARTconceptDEN Berlin 

„Malerei Pur“, KunstRaumKo Berlin

2014 „Transparenz und Dichte“, Galerie Gondwana Berlin 

„Kunst am Spreeknie“, Meisterschülerausstellung der Akademie für Malerei Berlin


Katy Shepherd


Group Exhibitions and Screenings

2019  The London Group Open, the Cello Factory, London.
          The Royal West of England Academy Open, Bristol.
          The Wells Art Contemporary, selected exhibition at Wells
          Cathedral, Somerset, UK.
          Drawn from Dorset, selected exhibition and publication
          Poole Lighthouse and tour.
          Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival

2017  The London Group Open, the Cello Factory, London - Prizewinner.
        “Time Machine”, group show and publication, Watchet, Somerset.
        “Drawn 2017” Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.
          Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours”, the Mall Galleries, London.

2016  The National Open Art Prize, online moving image gallery.
          Royal West of England Academy Open, Bristol.
          CGP Open, London , awarded commendation.
        "Timeframe" Fringe Arts Bath Festival.
          Atkinson Gallery 26th Summer Show, Somerset, Uk. Winner of a purchase prize.

2015  The Factory Film Festival, Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe.
          The Black Swan Arts Open, Prizewinner.
          "Drawn 2015", Royal West of England Academy, Bristol.

2014    Royal West of England Academy Open 2014, Bristol.
          "Selected Animated Photography Films 2014" the Photographers
          Gallery, London.

2012    The Jerwood Drawing Prize at Jerwood Visual Arts, London
          and tour.
          Jukebox Fury at the Basement, Brighton.
          "Screen out Loud" Open Submission, Animated Exeter.
          "Animated Drawings" screening at the Parasol Unit, London.

2007    Screening of "Film" at the National Gallery, Sainsbury Wing 

2006    Launch of the vitreous humour project funded by the Arts Council of England.
            Artist in residence at Wiltshire College.

2005    Norwich International Animation Festival Illumina.

2004    Vertigo Magazine Screenings, the Curzon Cinema, London.
          “Collage” exhibition at Bloomberg, London.

2003    "100 Years of British Artists Films" Tate Britain.
          "Flock" Spacex Gallery Exeter and Towner Gallery Eastbourne.
          "Videoteque Ephemere", Videoformes Festival, Clermont
          Vertigo magazine Anniversary Screenings, the Other Cinema London.

2001    "Artists' Animation"at the Vilma Gold Gallery, London.
            Pandaemonium Festival, the Lux Cinema, London.

2000  “A&V” at the “V&A”, video installation at the Victoria &Albert Museum, London.
          “Animate!” commission, Arts Council and Channel 4.

1999  “Videospin” project, the Photographers Gallery, London.

1998  “Animation” the Lux Gallery, Hoxton, London.
          Launch of the “Home Movies” website with the support of the London Arts Board 
          and the City of Westminster Arts Council.
          Whitechapel Open.

1997  Collaboration with the Interactive Laboratory, London Electronic Arts.
          Zone Commission, Maidstone Borough Council Zone Multimedia Festival.

Public Collections

          Gothenburg Museum and Art Gallery, Maidstone Museum and Art Gallery, 
          The Millfield Collection Millfield School, Somerset.

Katy Shepherd was born in Bournemouth in 1961 and studied painting at Sheffield Polytechnic. She later received an MA for painting from the Royal College of Art, London, in 1991. After leaving the RCA she quickly became interested in working digitally with the new software that had become widely available and learnt how to create short films from manipulated photographs. In recent years Katy has found herself beguiled by early cinema and has introduced more "old school”, lo tech, methods to create animations, employing her skills as an artist to paint and draw images for the frames. 

After nearly thirty years in London Katy has now returned to Dorset on the south coast of England where she has built her own studio.


Diego Gabriel Morales

The troubles that modern society charges with its, mixed with visual learning carried out from its beginnings, are points that define and seek to portray the experiences of what Diego Morales' work is. A peculiar character who sees into humanity as an insignificant portion of cosmos, but as insignificant as been humanity changed interpretation of the newest perception of what insignificant is, generating alterations on natural in an accelerated way and without a possibility to go back. That’s why it’s taking that as a starting point to understand that reality is surreal and pieces what he worked until his 27-year-old come to make more sense.

Thinking of what surrounds us doesn’t change the perception of each one, is like seeing this page on blank page without any kind of message. All his pieces reflect each moment lived since Diego’s birth in Bolivia; at the same time that his steps through graphic experimentation and biggest contact with live art was construct meanwhile he lived in Europe until the new reality bounded by four walls, having as the only tool the imaginary of what the world remains and how it develops on the way to its end of season.

As same as a series, one's life can be summarized in the previous scenes to each episode. Having with this a human passionate about the image and comprehension of each environment; he’s profession is graphic designer and visual communicator, but with an immerse inclination to art, through to his temporary training in art during times he lived in Barcelona. Thinking about one of his skills is versatility and understand how infinite graphic representation is, he never tried to limit himself on one technique and went through multiple techniques such as video projections, photography until his last form to manipulation and alteration of image within collage.

Diego currently resides in Bolivia but more specific in his room until the world is restarts again.


Ulrike Martha Zimmermann

1964 born in Winnenden

1981-84 Art School Mannheim with Karl Rödel

1984-85 Stay in Weymouth GB

1985-88 Therapeutic training

1988-89 Stay in Africa 

1989 Move to Oldenburg

Internship, glass workshop in Cloppenburg (lead glazing)

Stage design, poster design, equipment, props and decoration at the Staatstheater Oldenburg and Schauspiel Berlin.

since 1995 living in Berlin

married, 2008 birth of a daughter 


1982 Gallery R.Roedel Lindenhof Mannheim (GA).

1984 Gallery Brendon & Lea /Weymouth GB/ G.Orwell (EA)

1989 Foyer State Theatre Oldenburg (EA)

1992 Gallery in the Ganserhaus Wasserburg (GA)

1998 Castle Poucke Belgium (GA)

- Group and solo exhibitions in the former Belgian Embassy Berlin 

2001 Guest studio/annual scholarship of the Belgian Embassy

2000 Glienecke Art Association "Unknown Neighbours" (GA)

2001 Equipment Nina Hagen Music Video 

2002 CAS Software / Artist Support Karlsruhe (EA)

2002 - 2005 Conception and realisation of 5 stage sets 

Schauspiel Berlin. Design of press photos/poster designs.

- American Night (F. Truffaut)

- Bartleby (H. Melville)

- Decalogue (K. Kieslovsky)

- Cul de Sac (R. Polansky)

- Never love again (S. Berg)
2003 Condat Gallery Alt Moabit Berlin (GA)

- Magistrale Long Culture Night Potsdamer Strasse

2004 48 Stunden Neukölln Saalbau / Theatre - Exhibition Project, La Bohemé (EA)

2005 Adverta Berlin (GA)

2006-2007 Project with 23 Berlin embassies 

Multiplaid "Writing is drawing

since 2008 longer exhibition break due to the birth of a daughter

2019 Retrospective Text and Image / Gedok Berlin(GA)

- NOW / Gedok Berlin (GA) 

- Transparency competition Loveco/Luxiders /3rd place

2020 Art Weeks for Climate Protection Karlsruhe

Cooperation with the Natural History Museum Karlsruhe

- Transformation - Staging - Role Play / Gedok Berlin

2020-2021 Participation in the Nominee Annual Exhibition Art Prize of the AOK 2020 Northeast 

October 2020 Scholarship of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe Berlin /Working scholarship 6 months


Roberto Rolando  

Roberto Rolando  was born in Turin (Italy) in 1963. He followed the painting courses at the Pictor Academy in Turin for a few years, and subsequently developed the experimentation of the various painting composition techniques. Of him have written: Aldo Spinardi, Carla Piro Mander, Orlando Perera, Dario Salani, Marcello Salvati, Luigi di Matteo and Livio Brescia. Lives and works in Orbassano (TO). Selected exhibitions: 1992 - Cambiano as Montmartre, 1st prize winner, Cambiano (TO); 1994 - Cambiani Gallery, Savigliano (CN); 1995 - Ancient Cloisters (TO); 1996 - Artefatti Gallery, Giaveno (TO); 1997 - Area Proposals Gallery, Turin; 1999 - Vianzone Gallery, Turin; Artissima, Lingotto, GALLERY Area Proposals Turin; 2000 - Memory of a Century, Area Proposte Gallery, Turin; 2000 - A.per.To opening of the Artistic Ateliers of Turin and Province (TO); 2020 - Chiesa S.Vittore by the artistic heritage of the diocese of Vercelli, (VC), postponed to May 2021 due to Covid19.


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All images courtesy of: 

Martina Singer, Mathias Roloff, Semra Sevin, Tatyana von Leys, Maarten de Mink, Gustav, Franziska Stevick, Julia Ludwig, Armin Baumgarten, Mara Wagenführ, Heikedine Günther, Péter A. Leigh, ROBERTO ROLANDO, Thomas Manelli Mann, Karol Hurec, Julie Davidson Smith, Tim Cierpiszewski, Gerard Caris, Manuela Beyer-Bank, Dörte Lützel-Walz, Douglas Tausik Ryder, Adrian Pocobelli, 

Ulrike Martha Zimmermann

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