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*1941

Europe

Hefer

Anne

3491

Artist ID:

Solo Exhibitions (Selected)


1995 | Glashaus Galerie Derneburg

1996 | Künstlerhaus Göttingen

1996 | Volksbank Hagen

1998 | Ernst–Rietschel–Kulturring Pulsnitz

2005 | Galerie Alte Feuerwache Göttingen

2014 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen

2016 | Artodrome Galerie Berlin

2017 | Gutshaus Steglitz Berlin

2020 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen


Group Exhibitions (Selected)


2011 | Frauenmuseum Bonn

2012 | Heinrich-Heine-Institut Düsseldorf

2013 | Orangerie–Schloss Benrath

2015 | Neue Galerie der VHS Essen

2017 | Gallery Weekend Berlin

2017 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen

2023 | Azur Galeria Berlin

2024 | Städt. Galerie Haus Seel Siegen

2024 | Osthaus Museum Hagen


Fairs (Selected)


2015 | Art Fair Shanghai

2017 | Los Angeles Artshow

2017 | Art Beijing

2017 | YIA Art Paris

2018 | Clio Art Fair NYC

2019 | Red Dot Miami

2023 | Art–Expo NYC

2024 | Carrousel du Louvre Paris Art Fair

Brief Biography


Anne Hefer studied Art History and German Studies at the Universities of Marburg and Cologne and Art at the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts. In 1977, she lived and worked in New Mexico, USA. Since 1993, she has participated in numerous exhibitions both domestically and internationally and has organized solo exhibitions. As an author, she has contributed to the magazine "Kunst 5–10" published by Friedrich Verlag. She is represented internationally as a core artist by the LDX Artodrome Gallery.


Artist Statement


"A small piece of advice—do not try to replicate nature, for art is an abstraction: start from nature, dream about it, and focus more on the act of creation than on nature itself."

— Paul Gauguin


What motivates me in painting is not the attempt to depict topographically identifiable spaces. Instead, I am drawn to using symbols from nature as images for wandering memories and emotions. Color is always the catalyst. As I apply, liquefy, and shift oil paint on the canvas, appearances emerge as they might in reality: clouds, water, light, earth, disasters, signs of civilization. I am interested in balancing between real and pictorial space. For me, painting is an attempt to stop time to ascertain: how it might have been, what could be, what might become.


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Brief Biography


Anne Hefer studied Art History and German Studies at the Universities of Marburg and Cologne and Art at the Düsseldorf Academy of Fine Arts. In 1977, she lived and worked in New Mexico, USA. Since 1993, she has participated in numerous exhibitions both domestically and internationally and has organized solo exhibitions. As an author, she has contributed to the magazine "Kunst 5–10" published by Friedrich Verlag. She is represented internationally as a core artist by the LDX Artodrome Gallery.


Artist Statement


"A small piece of advice—do not try to replicate nature, for art is an abstraction: start from nature, dream about it, and focus more on the act of creation than on nature itself."

— Paul Gauguin


What motivates me in painting is not the attempt to depict topographically identifiable spaces. Instead, I am drawn to using symbols from nature as images for wandering memories and emotions. Color is always the catalyst. As I apply, liquefy, and shift oil paint on the canvas, appearances emerge as they might in reality: clouds, water, light, earth, disasters, signs of civilization. I am interested in balancing between real and pictorial space. For me, painting is an attempt to stop time to ascertain: how it might have been, what could be, what might become.


Website

Women in Art

Vom Wasser

1613

Art ID

2014

|

100 x 120 cm

Oil on canvas

3500

$

Anne

Hefer

Women in Art

Ethiopia 4

1614

Art ID

2015

|

60 x 90 cm

Oil on canvas

1800

$

Anne

Hefer

Women in Art

Schwarze Schaluppe

1615

Art ID

2016

|

50 x 50 cm

Oil on canvas

1400

$

Anne

Hefer

Women in Art

Zwischenland

1616

Art ID

2017

|

140 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

3300

$

Anne

Hefer

Women in Art

Anderswo

1617

Art ID

2022

|

70 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

2100

$

Anne

Hefer

Women in Art

Mittelmeer

1618

Art ID

2023

|

100 x 120 cm

Oil on canvas

3500

$

Anne

Hefer

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Solo Exhibitions (Selected)


1995 | Glashaus Galerie Derneburg

1996 | Künstlerhaus Göttingen

1996 | Volksbank Hagen

1998 | Ernst–Rietschel–Kulturring Pulsnitz

2005 | Galerie Alte Feuerwache Göttingen

2014 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen

2016 | Artodrome Galerie Berlin

2017 | Gutshaus Steglitz Berlin

2020 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen


Group Exhibitions (Selected)


2011 | Frauenmuseum Bonn

2012 | Heinrich-Heine-Institut Düsseldorf

2013 | Orangerie–Schloss Benrath

2015 | Neue Galerie der VHS Essen

2017 | Gallery Weekend Berlin

2017 | Hagenring Galerie Hagen

2023 | Azur Galeria Berlin

2024 | Städt. Galerie Haus Seel Siegen

2024 | Osthaus Museum Hagen


Fairs (Selected)


2015 | Art Fair Shanghai

2017 | Los Angeles Artshow

2017 | Art Beijing

2017 | YIA Art Paris

2018 | Clio Art Fair NYC

2019 | Red Dot Miami

2023 | Art–Expo NYC

2024 | Carrousel du Louvre Paris Art Fair

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