post-title Nadine Fecht + Beate Terfloth | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 30.08.-19.10.2019

Nadine Fecht + Beate Terfloth | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 30.08.-19.10.2019

Nadine Fecht + Beate Terfloth | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 30.08.-19.10.2019

Nadine Fecht + Beate Terfloth | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 30.08.-19.10.2019

until 19.10. | #2554ARTatBerlin| Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung shows from 30 August 2019 an exhibition by the artists Nadine Fecht and Beate Terfloth.

Beate Terfloth

Three artists: The first, Agnes Martin, gives the lines, the second, Sei Shōnagon, gives the colors, and the third, Beate Terfloth, makes something new out of it. As a draughtswoman, Beate Terfloth has oriented herself on the model of Agnes Martin’s division of the picture surface into grids, and from descriptions of clothes and other things, as the court lady at the Japanese imperial court of the Heian period wrote them around the year 1000 in her timelessly fresh ‘Pillow Book’, she has allowed herself to be pretended to have impressions of colour. In her pictures, two of which always belong together, she superimposes intense colours with a strong brush, for example blue over red, black over yellow, finding light, spontaneously gestural and at the same time calm pictorial bodies, layers, distillates of Shōnagons colours in Martin’s now mobile order. Günter Figal

Beate Terfloth, 2018, Aquarell on Arches Rives laid paper, ca. 57 x 57 cm,
from the series „Sei Shonagon, Agnes Martin und Beate Terfloth treffen sich im Café Steiner (07 und 08_06.01.2018)“

Beate Terfloth, born in Hong Kong, lives in Berlin and Salzburg; since 2009 professor for drawing and graphics at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg. Since 1989 represented by edith wahlandt galerie, Stuttgart, and since 2010 by Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin; exhibitions: 2019 Kaleidoskop Seidenstraße, Kunstverein Potsdam; 2018 Non-light, Mark Making as Insurrection, Griffin Art Projects, Vancouver; Auf der Ganz Linie, Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle, Freiburg; Sexy and Cool, Minimal goes emotional, Kunsthalle Tübingen; Sketchbook Stories, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich; 2017 Standard International #4 Spatial Clearing, loop, Berlin; In den Raum zeichnen, Haus am Kleistpark, Berlin; 2016 Hinsberg/Terfloth, Museum DKM Duisburg; Blind!Date, Kunstraum Alexander Bürkle, Freiburg; Was so des Weges kommt, Kunstpreis Charlottenburg, Kommunale Galerie, Berlin; 2015 Linien – Musik des Sichtbaren, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich; 2014 Zuspiel Schatten Licht, Museum Moritzburg, Halle; 2013 performative wall drawing, showplace of the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich; 2012 placement, Mies van der Rohe Haus, Berlin and Celebrating 30 Years of Rhotas, National Art Gallery Islamabad; Elements of drawing, Rhotas 2, Lahore; 2011 Berlin zeichnet, Museum Ludwig, Koblenz, Kunstfoyer München

Nadine Fecht

“The Movement” is about change. As something that can be comprehended, but not predicted. Which is as inevitable as it is necessary. The audiovisual space installation places 11 oversized sheets, which represent a non-linear process – a color change from black/blue to red – in a larger context that links aspects and conditions of dissolution and rediscovery to this process. The exhibition at Inga Kondeyne shows studies that preceded the large-format drawings or accompanied their creation. Here each sheet stands on its own: as an extract in which the essential parameters of density, proportion and inner movement are tested and balanced. As individuals, however, the sheets above all show the openness that is inherent in each stage of the process and that in each sheet refers to a still open end. Die Bewegung” (2019) can be seen in the context of the exhibition “Nadine Fecht AMOK” at the Kunsthalle Mannheim until 13 October 2019 and is documented in the monograph AMOK (Distanz Verlag) that will be published in conjunction with the exhibition. Eric Wunder

Nadine Fecht, from the series: “Die Bewegung”, 2018,
1550 Ballpen on paper, ca. 100 x 70 cm

Nadine Fecht, *1976 Mannheim; lives and works in Berlin; education: University of the Arts Berlin, California College of the Arts, San Francisco US, Humboldt University Berlin, State Academy of the Arts Karlsruhe; scholarships/ prizes (selection): 2020 Villa Aurora Scholarship; 2015-17 Dorothea Erxleben Programme; 2014 Will Grohmann Prize, Akademie der Künste, Berlin; 2013 Working Scholarship Stiftung Kunstfonds; Exhibitions (selection): 2019 AMOK, Kunsthalle Mannheim (S); 2018 Kunst setzt Zeichen, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum Braunschweig; 2017 FOKUS PAPIER: Peripheral walks of the drawing Kunstmuseum Basel CH; Transactions – Vom Wert künstlerischer Arbeit, Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin; Office Out of Office, Musuem für Konkrete Kunst Ingolstadt; 2016 ZEICHNUNGSRÄUME – Positionen Zeitgenössischer Zeichnung, Hamburger Kunsthalle; 2015 postmodern, Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin; An Earthquake at the Racetracks, Museo de la Ciudad, Querétaro MEX; 2014 adopt a revolution, FeldbuschWiesner, Berlin (S); Die Tätigkeit des Zeichnens, Galerie5020, Salzburg AU; 2013 System und Sensulichkeit, Kupferstichkabinett, SMB, Berlin; Kultur:City, Academy of Arts, Berlin; move – align – avoid. Vom Schwarm als Prinzip und Phänomen, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, Hamburg; 2012 field recording, fruehsorge contemporary drawings, Berlin (S); 2005 Sag mir dass du mich liebst, Golden Pudelclub, Hamburg (S)

Wichtendahl Galerie shows in parallel backstage: Reinhard Wöllmer – paperworks


Vernissage:  Friday, 30 August 2019, 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Exhibition period: Friday, 30 August – Saturday, 19 October 2019

Zur Galerie Inga Kondeyne


Exhibition Nadine Fecht + Beate Terfloth– Galerie Inga Kondeyne | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibition Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin



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