NATUR – MENSCH / St. Andreasberg

30th art exhibition “NATUR – MENSCH” from September 15 to October 26, 2024 in Sankt Andreasberg.

Already for the 30th time the exhibition takes place in the Upper Harz mountain town and national park community Sankt Andreasberg. It is traditionally dedicated to the theme and positive field of tension between nature and human and thus picks up on the special concern of the two organizers, Harz National Park and the city of Braunlage, to again promote more understanding for nature, natural cycles and interrelationships. Among the exhibited artworks is also my painting “Beach II” (2024, oil on canvas, 40 x 60 cm).

Venue
City Hall Barn
Dr. Willi-Bergmann-Strasse 23
37444 Sankt Andreasberg

& Martini Church, Sankt Andreasberg

Vernissage
Saturday, 14.09.2022, 7 pm

Exhibition duration
15.09. – 26.10.2024

Opening hours
daily 11 am – 5 pm

(in german language)

Thursday, July 18, 7 pm
Guided tour through the exhibition
with Dr. Ralf F. Hartmann, Dr. Kathrin Herrmann and Hartmut Kiewert

Thursday, August 8, 7 pm
Panel: Transformation and the future of human-animal relationships
with Melanie Bujok, Hartmut Kiewert and Dr. Friederike Schmitz

Thursday, August 15, 7 pm
Panel: Animal Turn in the Art World
with Alicja Czupryk, Hartmut Kiewert and Dr. Jessica Ullrich

current and upcoming exhibitions

16.03. – 18.08.2024
MULTISPECIES FUTURES*
Solo exhibtion, Zitadelle, Berlin

02.05. – 31.08.2024
ACCROCHAGE
Galerie KK Klaus Kiefer, Essen

05.05. – 28.07.2024
Erdung
Cubus Kunsthalle, Duisburg

07.07. – 06.10.2024
Bitte zu Tisch!
Museum Villa Rot, Burgrieden-Rot

15.09. – 26.10.2024
Natur – Mensch
St. Andreasberg

26.09. – 31.10.2024
Start Sniffing
Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Wien

03.10.2024 – 02.03.2025
Hello Nature. Wie wollen wir zusammen leben?
Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

24.10.2024 – 06.04.2025
Verrückt nach Fleisch
Museum Brot und Kunst, Ulm

Herbst 2024
MULTISPECIES FUTURES*
Solo exhibition, Galerie KK Klaus Kiefer, Essen

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“The position that non-human animals occupy in our cultural imagination is proof for how easy it is to accept the lower status of some beings without even a second thought.”

― Aph Ko