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*1966

Europe

Bockemühl

Sabina

808

Artist ID:

Exhibitions and Art Fairs (Selection)


2016 | "Work & Women – Pioneers and Milestones of Women's Work – Superwomen" – Women's Museum Bonn

2016/2017 | "Strong Beings – Tender Souls", Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren

2018/19 | "The Art of Clear Stance", Art Museum Solingen - Center for Persecuted Arts

2023 | "LifePieces. Images and Stories", Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren (with author Sonja Still)

2023/24 | Art Fairs in Munich, Hamburg, Paris and Bangkok

2024/25 | Group exhibition for the 10th Anniversary, Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren


Publications (Selection)


2018 | Rolf Jessewitsch (Ed.): "Sabina Bockemühl. The Art of Clear Stance." Michael Imhof Publishing, Petersberg, ISBN 978-3-7319-0774-9.

2023 | Sabina Bockemühl (Ed.): "LifePieces." Sabina Bockemühl and Sonja Still. Michael Imhof Publishing, Petersberg, ISBN 978-3-7319-1290-3.


Links


Instagram

Wikipedia

TV releases

YouTube Videos:

"The Art of Clear Stance"

"LifePieces"


Biography


Sabina Bockemühl (born March 12, 1966, in Solingen) is a German artist and painter.

Bockemühl completed her education in Düsseldorf, Trier, Münster, and Barcelona, among others, under the tutelage of Prof. Markus Lüpertz. Her studies in portrait painting during 1990/91 under the renowned sculptor and portrait artist Ricci von Riggenbach form the foundation of her current work. Residencies in the USA and Spain and her tenure with designer Dieter Sieger at Schloss Harkotten in Münsterland have significantly influenced her work, as well as training in mural painting, trompe l'oeil, and facade painting. Sabina Bockemühl established her first studio in 1990, and since 2002, she has been working in Murnau am Staffelsee. There, she also runs a private art academy in the "Yellow House". She finds inspiration in another residence, in her father’s studio in Mallorca, where she regularly works outdoors on her Majorcan nature paintings.

Bockemühl is a member of the BBK (Professional Association of Visual Artists), initially in Wuppertal, and since 1997 in Munich. Her works have been featured in numerous exhibitions and art fairs both domestically and internationally.

Biography


Sabina Bockemühl (born March 12, 1966, in Solingen) is a German artist and painter.

Bockemühl completed her education in Düsseldorf, Trier, Münster, and Barcelona, among others, under the tutelage of Prof. Markus Lüpertz. Her studies in portrait painting during 1990/91 under the renowned sculptor and portrait artist Ricci von Riggenbach form the foundation of her current work. Residencies in the USA and Spain and her tenure with designer Dieter Sieger at Schloss Harkotten in Münsterland have significantly influenced her work, as well as training in mural painting, trompe l'oeil, and facade painting. Sabina Bockemühl established her first studio in 1990, and since 2002, she has been working in Murnau am Staffelsee. There, she also runs a private art academy in the "Yellow House". She finds inspiration in another residence, in her father’s studio in Mallorca, where she regularly works outdoors on her Majorcan nature paintings.

Bockemühl is a member of the BBK (Professional Association of Visual Artists), initially in Wuppertal, and since 1997 in Munich. Her works have been featured in numerous exhibitions and art fairs both domestically and internationally.

Women in Art

Urban faces – Mila Berlin

632

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 120 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

16100

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Urban faces – Oulimata Spain

633

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 120 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

16300

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Urban faces – Mike New York

630

Art ID

2023

|

120 x 120 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

16300

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Urban faces – Miss Katie Australia

629

Art ID

2023

|

120 x 120 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

15000

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Book of life

626

Art ID

2017

|

130 x 240 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

19500

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Paul McCartney

631

Art ID

2023

|

180 x 180 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

19500

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Play with the universe

627

Art ID

2018

|

160 x 200 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

19500

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Amanda die Liebenswerte

628

Art ID

2021

|

120 x 100 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

9800

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Aroma del sur

634

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 120 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

11000

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

Women in Art

Lady in blue

635

Art ID

2024

|

120 x 140 cm

Mixed media, Acrylic on canvas

13000

$

Sabina

Bockemühl

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Personal Statement


"Yes to life, with all senses in the here and now. What do I stand for? This is a question one should ask oneself from time to time. I have found an answer to it in my art. In an art of clear stance.

Having a clear stance is important. Today as well as tomorrow.

I also have a clear stance on socio-political developments. But primarily, I have a clear human stance. As a person and as an artist. This stance is expressed in my paintings.

I respect creation and take a stand for it. The dignity of the individual and the protection of nature are of great value to me.

I hope that my paintings can inspire others to affirm life. Mind you: not to a superficial affirmation. But to a conscious turning to the other, perceiving them, seeing them, understanding them.

In this sense, I also paint portraits and urban faces. I do not simply want to depict faces. I try to look behind people's facades. I aim to capture them with their strengths and emotions, with their life stories. Then they are honest portraits of people who move and impress me. Of influential personalities who shape society.

And in the end, this has a lot to do with me again. I put soul into my work by opening up. Thus, a part of me lives in my paintings.

My greatest goal is for my works to reach an international audience.

S. Bockemühl"


Website

Exhibitions and Art Fairs (Selection)


2016 | "Work & Women – Pioneers and Milestones of Women's Work – Superwomen" – Women's Museum Bonn

2016/2017 | "Strong Beings – Tender Souls", Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren

2018/19 | "The Art of Clear Stance", Art Museum Solingen - Center for Persecuted Arts

2023 | "LifePieces. Images and Stories", Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren (with author Sonja Still)

2023/24 | Art Fairs in Munich, Hamburg, Paris and Bangkok

2024/25 | Group exhibition for the 10th Anniversary, Museum of Contemporary Art Diether Kunerth, Ottobeuren


Publications (Selection)


2018 | Rolf Jessewitsch (Ed.): "Sabina Bockemühl. The Art of Clear Stance." Michael Imhof Publishing, Petersberg, ISBN 978-3-7319-0774-9.

2023 | Sabina Bockemühl (Ed.): "LifePieces." Sabina Bockemühl and Sonja Still. Michael Imhof Publishing, Petersberg, ISBN 978-3-7319-1290-3.


Links


Instagram

Wikipedia

TV releases

YouTube Videos:

"The Art of Clear Stance"

"LifePieces"


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