Season's greatings

Dear Madam, dear Sir, dear friends,

we would like to thank our gallery friends, our online visitors and our faithful clients who have all supported us throughout this difficult year.

Despite the pandemic, we particated at two art fairs: the paper positions in Berlin and in Munich. Thank you very much for visiting us there.

We were able to exhibit most of our artists at our gallery in Munich: the works on paper by Fritz Sauter; Franz Lazi's wonderful photographs from Italy, Switzerland and England; Lukas Weiß's impressive show of contemporary woodcuts, as well as woodcuts of the 20ies by Conrad Felixmüller, Erich Heckel et al.
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Lukas Weiß.  "Verbindung" Material print with wooden plates. 130 x 190 cm . Edition 1 / 1.

We opened our autumn show with Peter Neusser's marvellous alpine and urban multiple exposures. Thereafter we exhibited the focused landscape paintings by Lena Keller.

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Peter Neusser. Laliderer Waende. (Tyrolia). Pigment Print, 2018. 122 x 87 cm.                                                                                                                           lk
            Lena Keller.  untitled. 2020. oil on canvas (vessel)  140 x 120 cm.

In January 2021 we plan the opening of the show "fotogenetic codes" by Adi Hoesle - due to the current circumstances also via Zoom.
In his recent series 'fotogenic codes' Hoesle transfers and deconstructs digitalized artworks in their binary code. He does shy away from historical art icons, as for example Michelangelo Buonarroti (Michelangelo „The last supper“, " 2020,  100 x 180 cm, Colour Print, Diasec, Edition of 3 + 1 AP).
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We very much hope that we will be able to return to regular exhibitions without restrictions in 2021, and participate at art fairs again regularly. We miss seeing you all in person!

With best wishes for the holiday season and for a healthy New Year !

Roger Sonnewald
JJ Heckenhauer Gallery

Beside the new website www.heckenhauer.net , we added three interesting new positions to our artist list this year:

Lena Keller and Andreas Zagler who presently study with Professor Karin Kneffel at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and Lara Eckert a master student from 2018.

Beside the Munich alumnis, we inlcuded Lukas Weiß to our gallery program. He graduated at the Leipzig based HGB and received the renowned award for woodcuts (Holzschnitt Förderpeis) by the Reutlingen based Museum Spendhaus in 2019.

Unfortunately, the wonderful show "Everland" with paintings by Lena Keller is over now. But all her pictures and some exhibition views are still online at www.heckenhauer.net

The works by Andreas Zagler (born 1996 in Bozen / Italy / South Tyorl) were shown this summer in the "Münchner Bank" - together with Xenia Fumbarev. The show was curated by Dr. Sonja Lechner, M.A.
A short list of his works can be seen here: 
https://www.heckenhauer.net/exhibitions/32541/andreas-zagler-ausgewaehlte-werke-selected-works/works/

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Andreas Zagler, "untitled". 2020. oil on canvas. 30,5 x 23,5 cm

Lara Eckert, also a master student of Professor Karin Kneffel, graduated at the Munich Academy in 2018.
In one of her series she focuses on body parts, combining light and shadow on canvas. We are planninng her solo show for the autumn 2021.


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Lara Eckert. "unitled". 2017, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm.

News and selected works for Christmas:


https://www.heckenhauer.net/exhibitions/32072/christmas-list-selected-works-ausgewaehlte-werke-versandkostenfreie-lieferung-innerhalb-von-deutschland-worldwide-upon-request/works/

In 2021 Danja Akulin will be awarded with a grant by the Stiftung Kunstfonds.

Mauren Brodbeck took part at the online fair „Photo Kyiev“: https://photokyivfair.com/en/photo-kyiv-2020-online-2/

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Monochrome in the Bay, 2019. Edition of 3 + 2 AP.

In 2021 the State Museum Schwerin is planning on presenting show lightboxes with drawings by Jan Bauer, a catalogue shall be published.
"Verführung Licht, Medienkunst im Dialog mit Natur und Gesellschaft".

Nadja Kuznetsova has published her online book „Italian dust“.
The Italian views, mostly from Venice, are inspired by Pavel Muratov's travel report. The pigment prints have a size of 70 x 60 cm, the edition is 7:

https://www.nadjakuznetsova.com/fdig-italian-dust