HeARTache artist

Mäf Räderscheidt

"Studied at the Cologne factory schools , which she completed as a master class student of Marianne Kohlscheen-Richter. Since the 1980s, the focus of her work has been on paintings , charcoal drawings , performances and installations . From 1981 to 1983 she was a lecturer in drawing perception in the art and art department Design at the Cologne University of Applied Sciences . In the mid-1980s she was a co-designer of the feminist magazine Emma . "

Excerpt from their Wikipedia article

Räderscheidt is not only a women's rights activist, she also campaigns for animal rights and deals with veganism in her works. More about the artist and her work on her website: maf-art.com

Evangelia Bantiaka

Bantiaka received her artistic degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Faculty of "Fine Arts"). Born in Greece, Bantiaka now lives in Essen, where she teaches art and takes part in street art projects.

 

Her work will deal with the subject of fear in our exhibition.

Her work "Fear", which has already been used in a street art project, finds a successful balance between illustration and collage.

Christian Kammerhofer

"The" dictatorship of art "is bullshit,

since it has long since arrived in advertising and with the people!

The advertising industry and the people are more artists than the artists themselves. I don't want to have to pass the brutality and corruption of art and culture on to the people myself.

The country needs new topics - Europe "

Source text: www.kammerhofer-christian.com

Kammerhofer, who lives in Vienna, has his studio in Berlin Kreuzberg. Kammerhofer's work is always spontaneous. The simplest materials on paper or cardboard meet in a cheeky way. Kammerhofer is uncomfortable with canvases and overpriced materials, so you will hardly find him at Boesner and Co. Kammerhofer does not intend to portray as lifelike as possible, he reflects his own emotions, so he aims for an emotional and not an aesthetic representation.

Kammerhofer impresses with his directness and his courage not to shy away from unpopular topics. According to Kammerhofer, the artist should be an artist and not a decorator.

More about Christian and his work: www.kammerhofer-christian.co m

Pavel Miguel

"Pavel Miguel, born in Cuba, is a sculptor and painter.
He has already presented his work in numerous exhibitions in Cuba, Europe and the USA and is a member of the BBK, UNEAC and the "Art for Peace" association.

Source text: www.pfinztal-art .de

Miguel is a man who works with his hands, he brought his Cuban tough art to Karlsruhe, where the artist has been working and living since 2006. Miguel creates sculptures out of terracotta, wood or metal ... In short, depending on the topic, the artist makes himself owns every material and reinvents itself in every exhibit.

More about Pavel and his work: www.pavelmiguel.de

 

Judith Christine Riemer

Born in Braunschweig, she studied interior architecture, but she found and finds her fulfillment in fine art.

In your current series, Riemer uses quick strokes to capture human movements, one believes her characters dare to dance, in truth they physically depict extreme emotions such as despair.

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Christin Dahms

Dahms grew up in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and now works as a commissioned artist in Trier.

She recently completed her Magistra Artium in Art History. We invited Ms. Dahms to our exhibition because her work deals with the “Helping Hands” topic.

More about Christin Dahms and her offer

Elisabeth Kopjar

Kopjar creates an environment that resembles a dream sequence and leaves plenty of room for interpretation.

Her color compositions also give the pictures a very three-dimensional effect that almost tempts the viewer to reach into the picture.

Kopjar herself describes painting for herself as serious fun and that it is always a pleasure for her to observe how viewers feel addressed by her pictures. Your contribution to our themed exhibition is about the separation of mother and daughter.

 

Philipp Eggersglüß

Eggersglüß alienates unloved pieces so that they can finally follow their actual purpose of evoking emotions.

He uses his own characters, as well as figures from modern pop culture, in paintings and embroidery. The artist imitates the style of the works, the figures used merge with their new surroundings. Some pictures therefore only make their big appearance at second glance. A meeting of two worlds that couldn't be more different - a friendly teasing of old, dusty status symbols with the playful spirit of modernity.

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Kerstin Buchholz

Buchholz, born in Dorsten and raised in the Ruhr area, to which she says she owes her very own accent and idiosyncratic mentality, attended an art school for graphics and design in Gelsenkirchen in 1992.

Buchholz works full-time as a qualified social pedagogue, but never lost touch with painting and in her free time experimented mainly with acrylic, pastel and watercolor paints, charcoal pencils, color sprays and structure paste. Since then, smaller commissioned work and the creation of a picture book for children have followed.
Working as a board member at the Art and Culture Association in Dissen through an exhibition and contacts to the VHS enable collaboration this year (in the form of art courses, for children and adults)

Anke Vos

Anke Vos was born in Würselen in 1980 and focused on art in school and at university. After spending one and a half years abroad in South America, she is now working near Oldenburg.

 

First of all, as a background design for her pictures, Anke Vos found a means in random color forms that she wanted to use for her works. Today she is often inspired by random, painterly shapes, flowing colors and amorphous decal comania. She usually interprets the forms on paper, canvas or wood with drawings and complements them with printing elements and drawings. This creates fantastic beings and fantasy worlds that seem like surreal dream sequences.

(Text: Anke Vos)

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LOST MILK

Die Illustratorin aus dem Raum Niedersachsen, ist nach eigener Angabe das einzige wirkliche Einhorn, wohl angemerkt bevor es Mainstream wurde.
Ela, die unter dem Pseudonym "LOST MILK" arbeitet, ist dem „LowBro“-Stil zuzuordnen, der sich durch eine spielerische, oftmals humoristische Vermischung von Objekten auszeichnet, was auch bei Lost Milks Werken zu erkennen ist. Auch ihre Liebe zum Horrorfilm überträgt sie gekonnt auf ihre Werke, die oftmals von einer grotesken, surrealen Düsternis geprägt sind, wobei sie stets Raum für ein Augenzwinkern lässt.
Die Sarstedterin hat neben einigen Ausstellungen in der Region Hannover unter anderem am Film „Antithese“ mitgewirkt. Für unsere Ausstellung wird sie, unter anderem, das Werk „Skin Picking“ präsentieren.

Mehr über Lost MILK Hier:FB/Lostmilk 

Rosemary Remstedt

Hannover Malerin, erfahrende bildene Künstlerin aus unserer Region. Gebürtig in England, dementsprechend sind ihre Arbeiten am fauvistische Stil zu erkennen. Bilder von leuchtenden Farben und flächigen Farbgebungen. 

Mehr über Rosemary hier: rosemaryremstedt.de

"Der Sommer ist heiß, die Kuh muß vom Eis – Aquarell mit Hintergedanken"

"Fear", 100 cm x 70 cm

"Schmerz des Schweigens",

50 cm x 70 cm

"Der Baum, den ich im Inneren habe",

45 cm x 40 cm x 35 cm

"o.T" 100 cm x 70 cm

"Helfende Hände" 50 cm x 70 cm

Stillleben "60x80cm"

"DAT ASS! - Behave"
65,5cm x 82 cm

"inkohärentes Selbst am Rande des Auffangnetzes einer bipolaren Gesellschaft"

100 cm x 70 cm (Ausschnitt)

"entflogen" 2x 69,5cm x42cm

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"Skin  Picking" 24 cm x 32 cm 

"O.T." 40 cm x 40 cm

Peter Brauchle

PETER BRAUCHLE, 1970 in Weil am Rhein geboren; lebt und arbeitet in Lustadt, Rheinland-Pfalz.

Seine aus Aluminium, Bronze, Stein, Holz oder Kunststoff geschaffenen Arbeiten signalisieren vor allem das in sich Einkehrende, das Finden der eigenen Mitte. Die Formgebung ist meist überdehnt und überstreckt, aber immer in einem ausgewogenen Gleichgewicht. Seine Geschöpfe stammen aus dem Urinstinkt der Elemente, sie vermitteln deutlich Kraft und sind Ausdruck ihrer Körperlichkeit.

Die Statik der Objekte ist sehr wichtig. Die Statik als Ausdruck der Existenz. Die innere Lebensdynamik tritt nach außen. Konturen und Linien werden zum Ausdruck der Lebenslust. Jede neu entdeckte Kontur ist  neues Gedankengut und somit Impuls des Lebens.

(Text Peter Brauchle)

Safet Alimi

Safet Alimi ist bereits seit 1997 künstlerisch in der Öffentlichkeit aktiv. Seit 2004 arbeitet er unter dem Synonym seines Kunstprojekts „Plastica Obscura“, welches zum Aushängeschild und Label seiner Arbeit wurde. Die zeichnet sich vor allem durch Experimentierfreude an den verschiedensten Medien und Materialen aus, auch die Performance-Kunst zählt zu seinem Repertoire. Geeint wird sein Schaffen durch die thematische Bindung, die stets in der Fantastik und im Mythologischen  verwurzelt ist, aber auch mit Verweisen auf die Düsternis und das Tabuisierte in der realen Gesellschaft.  So schafft es Alimi den Betrachter in eine bizarre Welt, voller schrecklicher Schönheit und nachmahrige Kleinode eintauchen zu lassen.