A city full of art. For this summer, Bitburg's city center will be the stage for regional, national and international art. At different locations - Museum Haus Beda, Stadthalle, Sparkasse, Volksbank, Haus der Jugend, Liebfrauenkirche and many vacancies as well as public spaces - a wide range of painting, drawing, photography, installation, performance and sculpture will be on view - it will be on definitely exciting ... The works of Bettina Hachmann are also represented there. The Overhead Gallery is curating the event
"Layer by Layer"
Bettina Hachmann at the Gallery Bernd Bentler
The exhibition opening will take place on Friday 20.8.21 at 7.30 pm. The opening speech will be given by Prof. Dr. Ronte.
The artist is present.
Friedrichstraße 53, 53111 Bonn, Germany
Painting on canvas and paper and an installation Solo exhibition at Kunstvereien Bad Nauheim, in the spacious rooms of the gallery in the Trinkkuranlage Vernissage: 24.09.2021,
7 pm in the rooms of the gallery in the Trinkkuranlage
A matinee with an artist talk is planned for 07.11.2021, 11 a.m.
"The image is not a complete fact, but something that is constantly evolving to help us make new discoveries It must always say something and reflect the intensity of its creation, so that it will still speak to us later. The more the artist has invested, the more we as recipients benefit from it."
Emil Schumacher "Leben in der Malerei"
Conversations and texts, Hatje und Cantz
This intensity is decisive for me in the creation of my paintings.
Intensive, challenging and multi-layered - this is how they become mirrors of living one’s life for me!
more: about me
"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 ..."