Wolfgang Hainke, born 1944 in Bad Warmbrunn, is an artist based in Bremen. Hainke works with printed graphics, performance, mail art and multiples. Some parts of his œuvre have been created in open collaborations with artist friends (like Richard Hamilton, Daniel Spoerri, Emmett Williams, Boris Nieslony, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles). Since 1973 he has been lecturer in Experimental Printing Methods at the University of Bremen. Exhibitions and publications: 1987 expanded performance “City Souvenir” at documenta 8, Kassel; 1992 W(H)/ALE, Städtische Galerie Bremen; 2006 artist book “Visions & Re-Visions on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams”; and 2007 “Topsy-Turvy Topography”, new staging of the Kunsthalle Bremen collection.
Pierre Leguillon (b. 1969 in Nogent-sur-Marne, France), lives in Brussels. His works, performances and projections have been subject to many monographic exhibitions and projects, among others: 2019 Fondation d’entreprise Ricard, Paris; 2015 Wiels, Brussels; 2014 Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, as well as at Raven Row, London, Moderna Museet, Malmö, Musée du Louvre, Paris, and Artists Space, New York. Leguillon is awardee of Villa Médicis (2003) and teaches at HEAD Haute Ecole d’Art et de Design in Geneva.
„Bremer Atelier“ is the title of a series of studio visits in and out of Bremen, together with a special guest.
Pierre Leguillon, artist of the exhibition “Straub/Huillet/Cézanne. One Doesn’t Paint Souls”
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1– Studio Wolfgang Hainke, Bremen 2019
Photo: Harald Reling, Bremen