Come visit my stall — one day = one chance
Wed 13 Dec, 11am – 9pm
OPENING: Nov 25, 2017 6 – 9pm, BRUNCH: Nov 26, 2017 12 – 6pm
curated by Paulina Olszewska, organised by KRUPA GALLERY
Marisa Benjamim, Jenny Brockmann, Krystian Truth Czaplicki , Paweł Czekański, Vanessa von Heydebreck, Thomas Judisch, Fee Kleiß, Monika Konieczna,
David Krňanský, Karina Marusińska , Natasza Niedziółka, Janne Räisänen, Łukasz Rusznica, Ina Sangenstedt, Kama Sokolnicka , Marlon Wobst
Partner: Goethe Institut e.V., Wrocław 2016 European Capital of Culture // Patron: Konsulat Generalny Republiki Federalnej Niemiec we Wrocławiu
Occasionally, when producing artworks, I create by-products that are yours to buy online. Whether it be tea towels, swimsuits, or editioned prints, this can be bought from the comfort of your own home. Art remains art though: you’ll still have to get off your couch to purchase that!
Bow Open Studios
Fri 16 June 6-9pm & Sat 17 June 1-6pm
MORE INFO HERE
You can find my works, alongside those of Emily Whitebread‘s in Bow Road Studio B2-3.
30/30 online exhibition programme run by 12ø collective
Check out the exhibition here: thirty.works
(My works were featured on day seven, eleven & twelve.)
Soft Spots EXTENDED until 27 April, 2017:
This show includes the new Dress You with My Lips editions!
Giclée prints of Barely Deep (Delicate Device Series), 2017
currently available at the Nunnery Gallery: during Raw Materials: Wood (April 7, – June 4, 2017)
EXHIBITION EXTENDED UNTIL April 8th!
Alexandra Baumgartner, Astrid Busch, Sophie Dvořák, Karen Elliot, Bernhard Hosa, Moni K. Huber, Anna Maria Kowalsky, Andrea Maria Krenn, Claudia Larcher, Larissa Leverenz, Micha Payer + Martin Gabriel, Thomas Riess, Veronika Schubert, Gabi Trinkaus, Vanessa von Heydebreck, Sinta Werner, Nives Widauer und/and Anita Witek
das weisse haus, Vienna / Austria
OPENING: 31 January, 2017, 7pm
SHOW RUNS: 1 February – 8 April
“Vanessa von Heydebreck’s artistic practice is fuelled by a dissatisfaction with the traditional limitations of collage. Frustrated by its two-dimensionality she repeatedly seeks to reinvent the medium, asking how far the act of putting things together and taking things away can take her.
Cut-outs are subjected to complex processes and layering. They are enlarged on digital scanners, or abstracted and reprinted in black and white. The flat images are displayed in inventive installations–brought into three dimensions in ways which still bear reference to their former flatness. She even experiments with architectural interruptions, a process she sees as an extension of collage, working with cut-outs in the third dimension.
Von Heydebreck works from an inventory of images supplemented with found objects. With a playful approach she repurposes these chance encounters, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary aiming to discover a silver lining in an object’s previous rejection. There is a surreal dimension to her work as she uses these readymades to flip our perception of the world around us.
Von Heydebreck has a keen sense of visual humour. She sets up falsities, creates illusions and uses trickery to beguile and amuse the viewer, playing on what is missing in the image as well as what is visible. There is magic in her combinations which seek to take their viewer down the rabbit hole into a weird and wonderful world of distorted objects.”
written by Kate Neave, printed in the Florence Trust Catalogue 2016
FLORENCE TRUST | WINTER OPEN 2016
FLORENCE TRUST: A 12-Month Residency in London, UK
As one of the 12 selected resident artists at the Florence Trust, the altar of a neo-gothic church in London / UK will be my studio for the next year. I am very pleased to take part in this programme and work together with the fellow residents of the Florence Trust. There will definitely be more news to come.
ANONYMOUS DRAWINGS 2015
600 international drawings compiled by Anke Becker
An exhibition project where works are displayed anonymously MORE INFO
artQ13, Via Nicola Coviello 15, 00165 Rome / Italy opening: Friday, 09. Ocotber / 7PM
Galerie GEYSO20, Braunschweig, Germany – 11 Nov-18 Dec 2015
Kunstverein Rüsselsheim , Germany (February/March 2016)
Fairytale of Berlin