Metropolitan Museum Museum

2016-12-07 - 05:56 | News | Tags: , |

The exhibition of Karin Sander and the other Hans Thoma – winner is from 14 August to 18 September in the Hans-Thoma Museum of art to see. The Museum is open Wednesday to Friday from 10.30 am to 12 noon and from 2 p.m. to 5 P.m., and Saturdays and on Sundays and public holidays from 11: 30 am to 5 pm. The entrance fee is 3.50 euro for adults, 2 euros for children up to 16 years. There is a flyer for the exhibition at the tourist information of Bernau, Tel. 07675 160030, +++ information about Karin Sander: Karin Sander born 1957 in Bensberg in North Rhine-Westphalia. in 1963, the family moved to Baden-Wurttemberg. She attended school in Reutlingen and studied at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Kunste in Stuttgart.

Besides guest professorships among others at the academies in Karlsruhe and Stuttgart, in Los Angeles and Auckland she received the call at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee and 2007 at the ETH (Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule) Zurich 1999. She lives and works in Berlin and Zurich. The concept of the artist work of Karin Sander is very diverse. You is always found above. Their design for an exhibition begins with an intensive search. She developed work that entail often sophisticated, technical developments against the background of the respective institution. Therefore their functioning not describe by a medium or a specific technology.

Their works can be language, painting, sculpture, mathematics, film, audio, yes everything. The artistic intervention determine the place, the institution, the history, the architecture, the context of the exhibition. Known are her polished wall pieces (1986), white passages (1990), their 3-D scanner (1996), patina – and use images (1999/2009) and the audio tour”, the end of 2009, for an exhibition at the Temporare Kunsthalle Berlin has been realized. Renowned artist Karin Sander was scholarship holder of DAAD in New York, as well as the Academy Schloss solitude in Stuttgart. She was awarded the Villa-Romana-Prize in Florence and the Rubens prize of the city Siegen. She was artist-in-residence at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, and in Auckland. For many years the artist galleries in Stuttgart, Munich, Vienna, Madrid and New York on the international stage works. Many of her works are in private and public collections: including the Museum of modern art, New York, and San Francisco (United States); Metropolitan Museum, New York (United States); Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach (D); Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago di Compostela (E); Museum of art and the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart (D); National Museum of Osaka (JPN); St.