Leinen los!

85th Autumn Exhibition of Lower Saxon Artists

Leinen los! 85th Autumn Exhibition of Lower Saxon Artists
12.6.
15.8.2010
Kunstverein Hannover

Benjamin Badock, Norbert Bauer, Thomas Behling, Michael Beutler, Maike Bisping, Henning Bohl, Michael Botor, Astrid Brandt, Rahel Bruns, Thomas Dillmann, Christian Dootz, Andreas Eschment, Christoph Faulhaber, Dennis Feser, Dieter Froelich, Caroline Hake, Nicolas Hallbaum, Hlynur Hallsson, Nschotschi Haslinger, Dirk Dietrich Hennig, Annika Hippler, Christian Holtmann, Fränze Hoppe, Daniel Janik, Nina Jansen, Bye Mass Jobe, Petra Kaltenmorgen, Katharina Kamph, Hans Karl, Michael Kaul, Klaus Kleine, Lars-Andreas Tovey Kristiansen, Alicja Kwade, Patricia Lambertus, Marion Lehmann, Lotte Lindner und Till Steinbrenner, Malte Lochstedt, Hannes Malte Mahler, Christof Mascher, Franziska Carolina Metzger, Jugoslav Mitevski, Ingo Mittelstaedt, Christiane Möbus, Jub Mönster, Inka Nowoitnick, Ria Patricia Röder, Julia Schmid, Per Olaf Schmidt, Tom Schön, Andy Scholz, Christine Schulz und Ingo Rabe, Marina Schulze, Preechaya Siripanich, Sibylle Springer, Meik Stamer, Rüdiger Stanko, Arne Enno Strackholder, Ralf Tekaat, Timm Ulrichs, Kerstin Vorwerk, Daniel Wolff, Raimund Zakowski, Ralf Ziervogel, Markus Zimmermann

As well as the current grant holders of the Preis des Kunstvereins

*Samuel Henne
Anahita Razmi
Fabian Reimann*

and the current grant holder of the Kunstpreis der Sparkasse
Christoph Girardet

For the 85th time, the Kunstverein Hannover focuses on the diverse scene of contemporary art in lower Saxony in the biennial of the fall exhibition. The exhibition spreads over five spaces – the Kunstverein Hannover, the KUBUS, the NORD/LB art gallery, the Kunstverein Langenhagen and the Galerie vom Zufall und vom Glück – and brings together both internationally renowned positions and new discoveries from art schools in lower saxony and Bremen.

From the 68 positions chosen for the fall exhibition, the jury nominated the grant holders of the “Preis des Kunstvereins” 2010, Samuel Henne, Anahita Razmi and Fabian Reimann, as well as the winner of the Kunstpreis der Sparkasse 2010, Christoph Girardet.

Patricia Lambertus
Patricia Lambertus