Curators Johannes Krause-Schenk and Imke Kannegießer present the participants, give an introduction to the exhibition and report on the decision-making process of the jury.
The exhibition Kunst Reutlingen is an important constant in the cultural life of the city of Reutlingen: Since 1950, it has given visibility to the region's high-quality art scene, strengthened its players across generations, and linked the participating artists. On two floors of the Wandel-Hallen – in cooperation with Kunstmuseum Reutlingen | Galerie and Kunstverein Reutlingen – the juried show provides an overview of the current activities of the artists living and working here.
Cooperation between Kunstmuseum Reutlingen and Frauenforum Reutlingen. The event series Women + Art focuses on female positions in the visual arts. Together with the visitors, art mediators take a closer look at the works of female artists.
Short guided tour and round table discussion on the exhibition Kunst Reutlingen 2022 with curator Johannes Krause-Schenk.In the event series Coffee + Art by Kunstmuseum Reutlingen, we talk about current exhibitions in a relaxed atmosphere and then exchange impressions over coffee together.
The exhibition series Kunst Reutlingen is an important constant in the cultural life of the City and District of Reutlingen: Since 1950 the format has given visibility to the region's high-quality art scene, strengthened its players overreaching gene-rations and linked artists from Reutlingen and the surrounding area with each other. Being a cooperation of Kunstmuseum Reutlingen | Galerie and Kunstverein Reutlingen the juried show provides an overview of the current activities of art producers living and working in Reutlingen on two floors of the Wandel-Hallen.
134 artists ranging in age from 19 to over 90 years who live and work in the City or District of Reutlingen answered the open call for entries and in March each submitted two current works, all common artistic genres (painting, drawing, printmaking and collage, photography, sculpture and installation) were re-presented. The final selection of exhibits for the comprehensive show was then made after careful consideration by a panel of jurors who viewed and discussed all applications. The jury is newly assembled for each edition of Kunst Reutlingen and this year consisted of Dr. Melanie Ardjah (Director Kunsthalle Göppingen), Martin Schick (Director Galerie der Stadt Backnang), Romy Range (Managing Director Künstlerhaus Stuttgart) as well as Imke Kannegießer (Director Kunstver-ein Reutlingen) and Johannes Krause-Schenk (Deputy Director Kunstmuseum Reutlingen). Together they selected almost 80 works by 57 artists.
David Baur | Patrice Bérard | Petra Blum-Jelinek | Heidi Degenhardt | Christina Dohms | Susanne Dohm-Sauter | Martin Dolmetsch | Henning Eichinger | Kathrin Fastnacht | Clemens Fischer | Ulla Frenger | Annett Frey | Gabriele Frey-Bantle | Wolfgang Fritz | David Gaiser | Claudia Geiger | Jochen Görlach | Helen Kathrin Gramlich | Eckart Hahn | Birgit Hartstein | Carmen Hauser | Barbara Haussmann | Wolf Nkole Helzle | Beate Hölscher | Friederike Just | Yvonne Kendall | Birgit Krins-Gudat | Regine Krupp-Mez | Carmen Kübler | Steffen Lawall | Elisa Lohmüller | Anna Mansen | Susanne Michel | Tanja Niederfeld | Lina Nolde | Ingrid von Normann | Corina Novincs | Ellen Øyan | Michaela Ruhrmann | Wolfgang Schäfer | Eva-Maria Schulz | Katharina Sierwald | Leo Staigle | Gerburg M. Stein | Wolfgang Stöhr | Noemi Strittmatter | Brigitte Tharin | Jutta Vollmer | Lisa Voss | Detlef Wagner | Mirja Wellmann | Josef Wicker | Markus Wilke | Ulrich Wirner | Izumi Yanagiya | Christine Ziegler | Helmut Anton Zirkelbach
Curators: Johannes Krause-Schenk and Imke Kannegiesser
A cooperation between Kunstverein Reutlingen and Kunstmuseum Reutlingen | Galerie.
Deviating opening hours during the exhibition Kunst Reutlingen 2022:
Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 11 am – 6 pm
Thursday, Friday 2–8 pm
Monday, Tuesday, Good Friday closed