GOPEA - Gallery of Pre-Established Art

May 27 - June 18, 2016

55 pictures from 13 German art universities - the art space hase29 presents pictures of promising university graduates, compiled by the GOPEA initiative.

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The young collection owes its creation to a novel idea to promote young art. Two art lovers, unfamiliar with the subject, but full of enthusiasm, want to track down artists at the beginning of their artistic careers and make their works accessible to the public and collectors. Jürgen Schomakers and Rainer Robben founded the GOPEA - gallery of pre-established-art initiative based in Nordhorn. In its diversity, the collection presents a cross-section of current painting and graphics in Germany. Two institutions that are committed to promoting young art, the Society for Contemporary Art Osnabrück eV and the Gopea Initiative, met in their founding phase. The new concept, which is intended to pave the way for young artists to enter the art world, will be the subject of an event within the framework of the exhibition.

For more information: www.gopea.de

Participating artists

Adreana Dobreva
Agnes Mrowiec
Alexander Wagner
Ana Gropp Kondic
Anastasia Blehm
Anna Bart
Anna Härtelt
Artyom Chepovetskyy
Charlene Hahne
Christian Claus
Claudia Knuth
Cordula Sumalvico
Daniel Homann
Dave bopp
Ekaterina Hildmann
Ella Becker
Emese Kazár
Eunji Seo
Evgenij Gottfried
Florian Thate
Georg Lutz
Hye Kyoung Kwon
Ines Spanier
Jan Jansen
Jan-Hendrik fur
Johanna Mangold
Joseph Ferns
Judith Grassl
Julien Philipe Fettkötter
Karin Christoph
Katharina Baumgartner
Khrystyna Rymsha-Davidov
Lea Elisa Schäfer
Lydia Thomas
Marek Eibert
Marie Athenstaedt
Maxim Brandt
Melanie Kramer
Miriam choice
Myriam Mayer
Naomi Liesenfeld
Rene Dietle
Ruth Kroll
Sebastian Dannenberg
Seulmina Lee
Shalva Berekashvilli
Stefan Geyer
Stephanie Neuhaus
Susanne Kocks
Tobias Heine
Tonio Mundry
Valentin Mackh
Wieland Birckner
Yeonsoo Kim
Zhe Wang

Sponsors

City of Osnabrück | Sparkasse Osnabrück | Herrenteichslaischaft | Maleki GmbH | Wulff GmbH | citypost | cinema arthouse

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