Nachtbrötchen Gallery organizes unconventional art events in unusual locations.
At the moment some of my works can be seen in the gallery in the Designer Outlet Roermond.
It's worth a visit.
A diverse selection of art is presented there on 2200 square meters!
Art by 7 artists from the Overhead Gallery will be on display. Only women are invited to the preview on May 19, 2022 from 6 p.m.
All interested parties are then welcome to the opening on May 21, 2022 from 6 p.m.
Maike Brautmeier/ Juila Drahmann
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A multifaceted exhibition program attracts visitors to the beautiful Lower Rhine in June. Around the historic pilgrimage town of Kevelaer, well over 100 artists and creative people will be presenting their works at a total of 24 exhibition locations. My studio is also open. Guest are the photographer Andera Zmzlak, Konradine Limper with ceramic objects and Anne Schary with jewellery. There will also be a castle tour. More information can be found soon on the homepage of the Landpartie.
art Karlsruhe The Overhead Gallery presents its artists at 2 stands at ART KARLSRUHE, a fair for classical modern and contemporary art. I am pleased to be represented with selected works on site. More info coming soon
They move us. They move us, the pictures by Bettina Hachmann. Reduced in colour, they are nevertheless rich in grey tonalities and quiet nuances of colour that push to the surface. They hold secrets, allow only partial, determined insights. Through openings, through cracks. But they do not reveal everything. It is the highly aesthetic, lively works in which so much is happening. They polarise, they invite. They are symbols for traces of life.
Excerpt from the opening speech for the exhibition Spuren, Kunstverein Bad Nauheim 2021
Dr. Marta Cencillo Ramírez, freelance art historian and author
"The paintings of Bettina Hachmann are rather herself, a mirror of the artist, figure, landscape, colour on canvas, order and chaos as well as the desire to celebrate again and again the process of emotions through the painted picture."
"As elusive, supersensuous manifestations of a supremely autonomous and intellectually charged aesthetic, as perplexing as they are palpable, they have the power to carry the graphic and painterly tradition of the canon into the future in a way that is not just intelligible, but exciting."
"In Hachmann’s case, moreover, there is not just the refinement of subtly staggered lines and fine, spidery webs, but also a narrative and dramatic complexity ..."