Hessische Kulturstiftung Residency
Andreas Exner is a German artist working in multiple media, including painting, installation and photography. His works are characterised by a strong interest in form and substance, and how these might contribute to – or undermine – the function of an object.
Andreas has exhibited both nationally and internationally, with solo exhibitions at: Autopaint (with Raymund Kaiser), Kunstverein Bellevue-Saal, Wiesbaden (2017); Amsterdam Neapelgelb, Perpetuel, Frankfurt (2016); Des Wägele des wo des Zuig bringt war noit da, Wolfstädter, Frankfurt (2014); Lascaux Türkisblau Mercedes 230 E, Süddeutscher Kunstverein, Ammerbuch (2013); Angewandte Monochrome Malerei, Horst Schuler, Düsseldorf (2012); and Felgenkrais, Horst Schuler, Düsseldorf, Perpetuel, Frankfurt (both 2010), David Pestorius, Brisbane, and Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne (both 2011).
Hessische Kulturstiftung, Germany
Acme has managed a residency programme on behalf of Hessische Kulturstiftung since 1995, located on Lyal Road, Bow, E3. Residencies are awarded to artists for a period of 12 months, and the size of the accommodation enables the artist to bring their family or dependents for the length of residency. Based in a residential area populated by many artists, the house is well situated for access to other arts spaces and central London. Residencies are open to all artists from Germany. Applications and selection are dealt with directly by Hessische Kulturstiftung.
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