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06/12/2021

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Really into “Interior Organ” by #amandaziemele currently on view #nataliahug #lazybones 🫀
19/11/2021

Really into “Interior Organ” by #amandaziemele currently on view #nataliahug #lazybones 🫀

Really into “Interior Organ” by #amandaziemele currently on view #nataliahug #lazybones 🫀

Art Cologne starts today. Not to be missed ! We are located in Hall 11.2 booth 23 with Alwin Lay, Jana Schröder & Amanda...
17/11/2021

Art Cologne starts today. Not to be missed ! We are located in Hall 11.2 booth 23 with Alwin Lay, Jana Schröder & Amanda Ziemele (image: Jana Schröder
NEUROSOX ENG MIN M1, 2021
acrylic and oil on canvas
200 x 160 cm (78 3/4 x 63 inches) #alwinlay #janaschröder #amandaziemele #nataliahug #artcologne2021 💥💥

Art Cologne starts today. Not to be missed ! We are located in Hall 11.2 booth 23 with Alwin Lay, Jana Schröder & Amanda Ziemele (image: Jana Schröder
NEUROSOX ENG MIN M1, 2021
acrylic and oil on canvas
200 x 160 cm (78 3/4 x 63 inches) #alwinlay #janaschröder #amandaziemele #nataliahug #artcologne2021 💥💥

14/11/2021

We cant wait to see everyone at the fair next week! 😎

Natalia Hug is pleased to present “Lazybones”, the first German solo exhibition by Latvian artist Amanda Ziemele. Openin...
08/11/2021

Natalia Hug is pleased to present “Lazybones”, the first German solo exhibition by Latvian artist Amanda Ziemele. Opening reception November 17, which will coincide with the opening of Art Cologne.

Taking inspiration from Cologne's medieval town center with its Cathedral and twelve Romanesque churches as a globally recognized landmark, Lazybones uses the motif of “Frau Welt” as an orientation to the meanings of form in intellectual and artistic creation.

Amanda Ziemele (1990) is a Riga based artist and is interested in formal qualities of painting, as well as the ideas and contexts surrounding it. Ziemeles' practice is highly influenced by site-specific settings. As a result, interventions are formalized through the medium-specific peculiarities whereby the spatial and aesthetic experience is mediated via humorous strategies inviting the paradoxical. Ziemele has participated in various exhibitions and art projects in Latvia and internationally. In 2021, Ziemele received “The Purvītis Price”- Latvia’s most prestigious artist Award, with her exhibition on view at the Latvian National Museum of Art in Riga. (Text by Marlene A. Schenk) #amandaziemele @amandaziemele #nataliahug #contemporaryart #riga #köln 💥💥💥

Israel Aten’s exhibition at What Pipeline, Detroit is now open! 🤩💃 @whatpipeline @israelaten #whatpipeline  #israelaten ...
16/10/2021

Israel Aten’s exhibition at What Pipeline, Detroit is now open! 🤩💃 @whatpipeline @israelaten #whatpipeline #israelaten Image: Untitled, 2021
acrylic and charcoal on linen
148.6 × 142 cm (58 ½ × 56 inches). This is Aten’s first solo exhibition at What Pipeline, and marks the artist’s return to Detroit after an extended period living and working in Europe.

Aten is known for figurative and abstract paintings of juggernauts, masculine figures and calligraphic pictograms in acrylic, graphite, and spray paint. Beginning with a ritualistic drawing practice, his figures emerge out of an urgency, as if channeled through a rhythmic impulse similar to dance. Direct and brute lines intersect and dissipate into color fields. Technoid-humanoids outfitted with spikes, logos, crests, symbols and jewelry coalesce until, through layered applications and erasures of paint, they recede into the fog of time. The paintings both represent and perform a metamorphosis that harkens back to the alchemical origins of the medium, staging an encounter between the profane and the secular. Here the performance is further emphasized by a stage or platform that could also be read as a bed or tomb. We see in a robotic mutant the remnants of an archaic religious icon; the figures of our popular imagination searching for their archetypal ancestors. They propose that within the chemically-induced experience of club-goers exists trace elements of an ancient ecstatic trance.

Israel Aten (b. 1986 Detroit, USA, lives and works in Detroit) studied at Düsseldorf Art Academy. Recent solo exhibitions include All Under Heaven at Natalia Hug, Cologne; and RADAR: Blast Valiant at LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur and Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster. Recent group exhibitions include Birds of a Feather, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Design & Architecture, Hasselt Belgium; Jetzt! Junge Malerei in Deutschland (travelling exhibition); Peter Mertes Stipendium, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn; and Black Dahlia Quest, Garros Roland, Essen.

Israel Aten’s exhibition at What Pipeline, Detroit is now open! 🤩💃 @whatpipeline @israelaten #whatpipeline #israelaten Image: Untitled, 2021
acrylic and charcoal on linen
148.6 × 142 cm (58 ½ × 56 inches). This is Aten’s first solo exhibition at What Pipeline, and marks the artist’s return to Detroit after an extended period living and working in Europe.

Aten is known for figurative and abstract paintings of juggernauts, masculine figures and calligraphic pictograms in acrylic, graphite, and spray paint. Beginning with a ritualistic drawing practice, his figures emerge out of an urgency, as if channeled through a rhythmic impulse similar to dance. Direct and brute lines intersect and dissipate into color fields. Technoid-humanoids outfitted with spikes, logos, crests, symbols and jewelry coalesce until, through layered applications and erasures of paint, they recede into the fog of time. The paintings both represent and perform a metamorphosis that harkens back to the alchemical origins of the medium, staging an encounter between the profane and the secular. Here the performance is further emphasized by a stage or platform that could also be read as a bed or tomb. We see in a robotic mutant the remnants of an archaic religious icon; the figures of our popular imagination searching for their archetypal ancestors. They propose that within the chemically-induced experience of club-goers exists trace elements of an ancient ecstatic trance.

Israel Aten (b. 1986 Detroit, USA, lives and works in Detroit) studied at Düsseldorf Art Academy. Recent solo exhibitions include All Under Heaven at Natalia Hug, Cologne; and RADAR: Blast Valiant at LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur and Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster. Recent group exhibitions include Birds of a Feather, Z33 House for Contemporary Art, Design & Architecture, Hasselt Belgium; Jetzt! Junge Malerei in Deutschland (travelling exhibition); Peter Mertes Stipendium, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn; and Black Dahlia Quest, Garros Roland, Essen.

Currently in our exhibition by Carolin Eidner "Britney goes mad" a small beautiful work 'going up, going down...', 2021,...
16/09/2021

Currently in our exhibition by Carolin Eidner "Britney goes mad" a small beautiful work 'going up, going down...', 2021, 40 x 20 cm,
pigmented plaster on styrofoam, wood

Currently in our exhibition by Carolin Eidner "Britney goes mad" a small beautiful work 'going up, going down...', 2021, 40 x 20 cm,
pigmented plaster on styrofoam, wood

Galerieplattform_DE | Art Cologne Online Sales / Alwin Lay: last week of "Prego" @ Museum of Photography Braunschweig - ...
26/05/2021
Galerieplattform_DE | Art Cologne Online Sales / Alwin Lay: last week of "Prego" @ Museum of Photography Braunschweig

Galerieplattform_DE | Art Cologne Online Sales / Alwin Lay: last week of "Prego" @ Museum of Photography Braunschweig - https://mailchi.mp/6aa0e9b049f2/aleks-polonskaja-celula-i-130421-1300-5145864

We are happy to announce our participation in Galerieplattform_DE, Art Cologne’s online initiative. Carefully selected number of outstanding works can be found in Modern & Postwar Art, Contemporary Art and Emerging Art sections.  Our selected artists are:   

Jana Scröder @ Marfa Invitational April 22 - 25, Marfa TX, USA - https://mailchi.mp/8851ffa89cee/aleks-polonskaja-celula...
21/04/2021
Jana Scröder @ Marfa Invitational April 22 - 25, Marfa TX, USA

Jana Scröder @ Marfa Invitational April 22 - 25, Marfa TX, USA - https://mailchi.mp/8851ffa89cee/aleks-polonskaja-celula-i-130421-1300-4954924

We are very pleased to present a solo presentation with Jana Schröder at Marfa Invitational with her seminal series "Kadlites' . Glazed with lemon yellow acrylic paint, the images resemble oversized post-it notes that capture brief information and keep it from being forgotten. Schröder increases...

We are so happy to announce our current exhibition with Aleks Polonskaja, Cellula I. We are ready for the public but onl...
23/02/2021

We are so happy to announce our current exhibition with Aleks Polonskaja, Cellula I. We are ready for the public but only by appointment until .... ?
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Aleks Polonskaja composes systems of order based on organic and social patterns. Cellula (Latin: chamber, small room, cell, hermitage), the title of her two-part exhibition presenting
recent bodies of works, describes a (social) space and its underlying structures and individual positions. What the retreat into private space means has been clearly noticeable since the global pandemic. It promises protection, but also holds dangers that can have psychological and physical effects.
The division of the presentation into two parts is reflecting the duality of Polonskaja’s artistic practice: Her drawings of grids and patterns are partly created from print-throughs of jute
fabrics and nets of taut threads; the line is a recurring element. Those graphite works on paper, the artist’s meditative daily exercise, are the starting point for her sculptures and are juxtaposed with each other in the first part of the exhibition at the gallery. In her patched-up weavings of blue-dyed jute threads (the weight of potato sack, 2019/20) the lines spatialize and interweave into wall hangings and objects hanging from the ceiling. As they intertwine and mat together to
natural sponge-like structures they include chaos. ...

Text: Miriam Bettin

We are very happy to announce a solo exhibition of PETER BONDE: UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE WILL BE DESTROYED Sorø Art Museum 27.0...
23/02/2021

We are very happy to announce a solo exhibition of PETER BONDE: UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE WILL BE DESTROYED Sorø Art Museum 27.02.2021-08.08.2021 🤩

The visual artist Peter Bonde was one of the leading artists behind the breakthrough that happened on the 1980s art scene. As part of the "New Wilds", he has distinguished himself with a fierce painting, which despite a sometimes anti-aesthetic appearance has left no doubt about the pictorial qualities.

Today, more than thirty years after his debut, Peter Bonde is still a central figure in Danish art.

His studies of the expressive possibilities of painting have taken him around countless material experiments, from the traditional painting with oil on canvas to photomontages, assemblages and installations.

Bonde was present at the recent Venice Biennale with a large space installation, which was a collaboration with the Danish-Vietnamese artist Dan Vo.

http://www.sorokunstmuseum.dk/udstillinger/kommende

Our exhibition with Jana Schröder "Pheltie"! Until January 16, 2021.  nataliahug.com 🤩
12/12/2020

Our exhibition with Jana Schröder "Pheltie"! Until January 16, 2021. nataliahug.com 🤩

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo
21/08/2020

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo
19/11/2019

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo

20/09/2019

The images of our current exhibition with Alwin Lay "Prospective #4" is now online nataliahug.com

Alwin Lay, Prospective #4 @nataliahug, Cologne
20/09/2019

Alwin Lay, Prospective #4 @nataliahug, Cologne

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo
20/09/2019

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo

Alwin Lay & Daata editions!
05/09/2019

Alwin Lay & Daata editions!

Alwin Lay is premiering newly commissioned video work "BIC Maxi Short" (2019) at Daata editions and Natalia Hug.
https://daata-editions.com/info/news
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Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo
24/08/2019

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo

Wu Du Wu is reviewed in July/August Monopol by Saskia Trebing! Danke!
05/07/2019

Wu Du Wu is reviewed in July/August Monopol by Saskia Trebing! Danke!

19/06/2019

Check out the images of Wu Du Wu nataliahug.com

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo
19/06/2019

Natalia Hug Gallery's cover photo

Carolin Eidner -Quantum Phantom (human myth)Collaborations - Hall 11.2 / Booth C-042Natalia Hug Aurel Scheibler
12/04/2019

Carolin Eidner -
Quantum Phantom (human myth)
Collaborations - Hall 11.2 / Booth C-042
Natalia Hug Aurel Scheibler

Johannes Bendzulla#SpontexMandala
25/02/2019

Johannes Bendzulla
#SpontexMandala

Johannes Bendzulla
#SpontexMandala until March 30!

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