Galerie Arja Decker und Veerle Marissen im Lebensraum Kunst
Kathrina Rudolph mainly works with press fotos from the "Süddeutsche Zeitung", Munich.
In this exhibition new large-scale paper works are shown besides some series of her former works.
In these she used techniques which come from the workshops of the old masters of the late medieval ages. They are made with gesso, engraving and bole gilding. In these images she deals with the subjects of war and trauma, political power and the fate of the individuals.
Toskanische Säulenhalle, Zeughaus Augsburg
SKM Augsburg, catholic association for social services e. V., is presenting the touring exhibition "Art inspite of Poverty" of the Ev. Lutheran service help for the homeless in Germany.
Städtische Galerie Traunstein
This was the last exhibition of raum 500 before the project had to close down as a result of the closure of the whole building at Blumenstrasse 28.
In the same way dissolution has become the subject of the installations of the four artists:
AFD, French culture center “Alliance Francaise de Dhaka“, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Women from Bangladesh
The project: April to May 2007
When I came to Bangladesh in 2007 I had in mind to do a project about a series of portraits of women from Bangladesh.
One year ago I had visited the country for the first time. I was on a visit to see my son, who was doing a volunteering with a German organisation who works together with partner organizations in Bangladesh.He was living in a village in the country, getting to know social field work there.
Lothringer 13, Städtische Kunsthalle of the City of Munich, Projectroom
Kathrina Rudolph shows in the exhibitionseries on first floor of "Lothringer 13" from June 8 - 27, 2010, big sized aquarelles, works on gesso and goldetchings on reverse glass which were developed during her work stay in Bangladesh in 2006, 2007 and 2009.
Program in addition to the show:
„Women of Bangladesh - Films by Syeda Neegar Banu“
Filmscreening and talk with filmmaker Syeda Neegar Banu (Bangladesh)
Tuesday, June 22, 2010, 19:00–22.00 Uhr
Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus