International Fair for Classic Modern and Contemporary Art
Represented by Overhead
Gallery, Münster Hall 3/H3/H28
The painting studio is also open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the park festival of the Rhein-Maas Krankenbruderschaft.
A working grant with:
Anne Thoss, Ruth Baumann, Marena Seeling, Minno Bartmans, Gabi Rets, Mirka Farabegoli, Lin Gerritse, Nuzehra Ulukaya, Bettina Hachmann.
Working phase in the ArToll: 12th to 26th August 2023, Opening at ArToll: August 27, 2023
Duration of the exhibition in the ArToll: until September 17, 2023
In a town house erected by Italian master builders in 1895, the market town of Bruckmühl created a gallery as a permanent cultural institution. I'm really looking forward to the joint exhibition with the artist Thresia Hefele.
Gallery Markt Bruckmuehl
Sonnenwiechser Strasse 12
the works of Bettina Hachmann
Hirmer publishing company | Authors: Katrin Boskamp-Priever, Dieter Ronte, Elmar Zorn
Text: German / English | 160 pages | 90 illustrations in colour | 24 × 28 cm, bound
NOW AVAILABLE - IN THREE VERSIONS
They move us. They move us, the pictures by Bettina Hachmann. Reduced in colour, they are nevertheless rich in grey tonalities and quiet nuances of colour that push to the surface. They hold secrets, allow only partial, determined insights. Through openings, through cracks. But they do not reveal everything. It is the highly aesthetic, lively works in which so much is happening. They polarise, they invite. They are symbols for traces of life.
Excerpt from the opening speech for the exhibition Spuren, Kunstverein Bad Nauheim 2021
Dr. Marta Cencillo Ramírez, freelance art historian and author
"The paintings of Bettina Hachmann are rather herself, a mirror of the artist, figure, landscape, colour on canvas, order and chaos as well as the desire to celebrate again and again the process of emotions through the painted picture."
"As elusive, supersensuous manifestations of a supremely autonomous and intellectually charged aesthetic, as perplexing as they are palpable, they have the power to carry the graphic and painterly tradition of the canon into the future in a way that is not just intelligible, but exciting."
"In Hachmann’s case, moreover, there is not just the refinement of subtly staggered lines and fine, spidery webs, but also a narrative and dramatic complexity ..."
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