Catalogue out now!

I am pleased to announce that my artist book Kontakt.Cyanotypien is now available.
Orders can be placed via MMKoehn Verlag: www.mmkoehnverlag.de

With texts by Hannah Beck-Mannagetta, Annekathrin Kohout and Sarah Sigmund.
Design: Christian Doege

Many thanks to all who made it possible!

Westfälische Salzwelten, Bad Sassendorf

Lichtmagie und Chemie

19.06. - 24.11.2022

Museum Westfälische Salzwelten
An der Rosenau 2
59505 Bad Sassendorf

Pattern

2021

I Roxelane, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, 230 x 150 cm and Mulhouse, 2021, cyanotyped trousers, canvas, copper tube
II Roxelane, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, 230 x 150 cm and Mulhouse, 2021, cyanotyped trousers, canvas, copper tube (detail)
III left: DMC 21, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, 19th century woodblock print, in cooperation with the Musée de l’Impression sur Etoffes Mulhouse,
230 x 150 cm
right: Mulhouse, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, 19th century woodblock print, in cooperation with the Musée de l’Impression sur Etoffes Mulhouse, 230 x 150 cm
IV Vertigo, 2020, cyanotype on canvas, 230 x 150 cm
V Balkonquarantäne, 2020, cyanotype on canvas, 4 parts each 115 x 50 cm
VI Westerholt, 2022, cyanotype on canvas, 230 x 150 cm, installation view Westerholt mine Gelsenkirchen
VII Flickering Lights, 2020, cyanotype on canvas, each 120 x 105 cm
VIII Altitude, 2022, in cooperation with Geographer
B. Zschischang, 230 x 150 cm, installation view Westerholt mine Gelsenkirchen

Living Picture

2020

I leave-taking, 2022, Performance with „In my room“(2021), cyanotype on canvas, performed by Carla Anacker, Güterbahnhof Bremen, 2022, photo: Jasper Wessel
II holding power, 2022, Performance with „Vertigo“(2020), cyanotype on canvas, performed by Carla Anacker, Güterbahnhof Bremen, 2022, photo: Jasper Wessel
III Vertigo, 2020, cyanotype on canvas, performed by Voguing Artist Valentin Buhl, Leipzig, 2021
IV Minos, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, performed at Auwald Leipzig, 2021
V In my room, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, performed by Voguing Artist Phenix 007 at botanical garden Leipzig, 2021
VI Hands up!, 2020, In cooperation with Ivana de Vivanco, cyanotype on canvas, performed at Hostel Eden Leipzig, 2021
VII Skin Suit, 2020, In cooperation with Tegwen Evans, cyanotype on canvas, photo: Tegwen Evans
VIII Great Bothen, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, performed at Künstlerhaus Schaddelmühle, wall ceramics by Horst Skorupa, 2021
IX Eve, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, performed in the immersive wallpaper „Les Zones terrestres“ (1855). Kindly supported by Manufacture Zuber & Cie and the Musée du Papier Peint, Rixheim, 2021
X DMC 21, 2021, cyanotype on canvas, Motoco, Mulhouse, 2021
XI The visitors, Performance at Westfälische Salzwelten, Bad Sassendorf, 2022, Wall pieces by Kirsten Heuschen

Greek Beauty

2019

I Atlas, 2019, cyanotype on canvas,
210 x 150 cm
II Minos, 2019, cyanotype on canvas,
190 x 150 cm
III Roman Copy, 2018, cyanotype on canvas,
190 x 150 cm
IV Apollo, 2021, cyanotype on canvas,
230 x 150 cm
V Kap Artemision, 2022, cyanotype on canvas,
250 x 150 cm
VI Exhibition View Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig, 2019

Maschine Bondage

2015

I Maschine Typ Maya, 2019, concrete, plants, exhibition view Zero Waste, Museum der Bildenden Künste Leipzig 2020, Photo: Roman Häbler
II Maschine (Yukka), 2019, concrete, lacquer, yukka palm, 30 x 50 x 40 cm
III Maschine (Milde), 2015, concrete, 20 x 44 x 30 cm
IV Maschine (Prototyp), 2014, concrete, fur, 36 x 68 x 12 cm
V Breast Harness Zitronengelb, 2018, concrete, lacquer, polypropylene cord, 19 x 74 x 8 cm
VI Hip Harness Türkis, 2018, concrete, polypropylene cord, 17 x 47 x 7 cm
VII Exhibition view Zero Waste, Museum der Bildenden Künste Leipzig 2020, Photo: Roman Häbler
VIII Maschine (Kalbe/Milde), 2015, concrete, 180 x 60 x 60 cm, Location: Künstlerstadt Kalbe
IX Maschine (Tulip), 2013, concrete, shells, 38 x 51 x 5 cm
X Maschine (Tulip), 2013, concrete, shells, 38 x 51 x 5 cm
XI Maschine I (Donau), 2017, concrete, 20 x 30 x 30 cm, Location: Donau/Linz
XII Maschine II (Donau), 2017, concrete, 30 x 40 x 20 cm, Location: Donau/Linz

Embodiment

2017

I Embodiment # 3 – Wiederholung, 2017, cyanotype on canvas, 250 x 150 cm
II Embodiment # 9 – Habitat, 2018, cyanotype on canvas, 260 x 150 cm
III Embodiment # 6 – Ersatz, 2018, cyanotype on canvas, 250 x 150 cm
IV Embodiment # 7 – Kontrolle, 2018, cyanotype on canvas, 260 x 150 cm
V Embodiment # 8 – Regeneration, 2018, cyanotype on canvas, 260 x 150 cm
VI Exhibition view, Werkschauhalle Spinnerei Leipzig, 2021, photo: Josef Filipp Galerie
VII Exhibition view, Rituals and Architecture (with Ahu Dural) Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2018, photo: Joanna Pianka
VIII Embodiment # 2 – Brauch, 2017, cyanotype on canvas, 210 x 150 cm, Exhibition view, Rituals and Architecture (doubleshow with Ahu Dural) Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2018, photo: Joanna Pianka
IX Exhibition view, Rituals and Architecture (doubleshow with Ahu Dural) Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, 2018, photo: Maximilian Anelli-Monti

Egosun

2016

I Egosun # 1, 2016, cyanotype on canvas, 117 x 104 cm
II Egosun # 2, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
117 x 104 cm
III Egosun # 3, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
117 x 104 cm
IV Egosun # 5, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
117 x 104 cm
V Egosun # 7, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
117 x 104 cm
VI Egosun # 8, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
117 x 104 cm
VII Exhibition view, Josef Filipp Galerie, 2016
photo: Changan Son

Before Jesus

2016

I Before Jesus # 1, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
60 x 40 cm
II Before Jesus # 3, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
60 x 40 cm
III Before Jesus # 4, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
90 x 40 cm
IV Before Jesus # 5, 2016, cyanotype on canvas,
90 x 40 cm

Best of Breed

2015

I Best of Breed, Exhibition view, Josef Filipp Galerie, Leipzig 2017
II Oriental Sun, 2015, concrete, Interference pigment varnish, ca. 50 x 60 x 40 cm
III Silver, 2015, concrete, rim silver, 15 x 28 x 20 cm
IV Rainbow, 2015, concrete, Interference pigment varnish, 20 x 40 x 30 cm
V Twin II, 2015, concrete, Interference pigment varnish, rope, 19 x 27 x 26 cm
VI Twin I, 2015, concrete, Interference pigment varnish, 16 x 18 x 21 cm, Exhibition view, GRASSI museum Leipzig
VII Exhibition view, GRASSI museum, Leipzig, 2015

Konkret

2011

I From the series Konkret, 2011, concrete, natural pigments, fur, 50 x 70 x 20 cm
II From the series Konkret, 2011, concrete, natural pigments, fur, 50 x 70 x 20 cm
III From the series Konkret (detail) 2011, concrete, natural pigments, fur, 50 x 70 x 20 cm
IV From the series Konkret, 2011, concrete, natural pigments, feathers, fur, 50 x 70 x 20 cm
V From the series Konkret, 2011, concrete, natural pigments, fur, 50 x 70 x 20 cm
VI Festplatte, 2013, concrete, shells, 20 x 30 x 5,5 cm
VII Festplatte, 2013, concrete, shells, 20 x 30 x 5,5 cm
VIII Diploma presentation, Manege frei ..., 2011, concrete, natural pigments, feathers, fur, canvas, soil
IX Diploma presentation, Manege frei ..., 2011, concrete, natural pigments, feathers, fur, canvas, soil

About

Klara Meinhardt (* 1987) studied Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden and Performative Arts and Sculpture with Monica Bonvicini at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She completed her master's degree in media art, class for installation and space, at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig in 2015. Since then she has been working freelance in Leipzig. With her work, she has participated in national and international exhibitions, including the Grassi Museum für Angewandte Kunst Leipzig (2015), the annual exhibition of the Darmstädter Sezession (2016), the Triennale für Fotografie in Geneva (2019) and the Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig (2020). She has been awarded working scholarships and residencies, including from CCA Andratx in Mallorca (2017). In 2019, she worked in Athens on a one-year DAAD scholarship and in 2021 she received a residency grant from the Goethe-Institut Nancy/Strasbourg in Mulhouse. She curated the exhibition Potnia Theron. The Animal in Science and Art (2016/17) at the Altana Gallery of the Custody in the Görges Building of the Dresden University of Technology. From 2015 to 2017, she was a lecturer at the Evening Academy of the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts and held a teaching position in the Media Art Department of the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts from 2017 to 2019.

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