exhibitions2018-02-17T13:09:17+00:00
2018-02-17T12:03:15+00:00

Nurture | 14.01 – 04.03.2018

Inge Aanstoot | Nurture From 14th January until 4th March Hoorn & Reniers organizes the first large solo exhibition by Rotterdam based artist Inge Aanstoot, entitled 'Nurture'. In her new colourful and associative paintings, she researches the influence of culture, nature and history on human development and vice versa. Inge Aanstoot became widely known as the winner of the Piket Award for painting and the Sacha Tanja Award. In 2016 she painted a gigantic mural in the Rotterdam Kunsthal Museum. Louise de Blécourt, director of the LL.M. F.H. Piket Foundation, will perform the opening of the exhibition. .

2018-02-17T12:24:10+00:00

Früchte der Dekadenz | 04.11 – 23.12.2017

Peter Feiler | Früchte der Dekadenz From 4th November until 23rd December 2017 the new solo exhibition by renowned German artist Peter Feiler can be seen at Hoorn & Reniers. The opening of the exhibition will be performed on Saturday 4th November at 16.00 hours. Peter Feiler’s grotesque drawings and paintings cover the precarious subject of “what men can do to each other“ with a childishly innocent patina standing in harsh contrast to repelling and nevertheless fascinating details. His protagonists’ salacious, almost pornographic poses, scenes of abuse, rape, torture, adultery, are merely alluded at times, at times pointed out in blatant explicitness. “I am not a missionary”, Peter Feiler says, “I don’t want to change people. But maybe I can make them discover [...]

2018-02-17T12:26:08+00:00

After the years of trying | 02.09 – 30.10

Kevin A. Rausch | After the years of trying The first solo exhibition at Hoorn & Reniers is dedicated to the work of Austrian artist Kevin A. Rausch (Wolfsberg, 1980) who graduated from the Wiener Kunstschule in 2006. Kevin A. Rausch is known throughout Austria and his works are part of collections like those of the MMMK (Museum for Modern Art Kärnten) and the national bank of Austria. Furthermore, his resume contains exhibitions in Cairo, Istanbul and Berlin. Florian Steininger, director of Kunsthalle Krems, describes his paintings as imaginary, black-romantic landscapes in which the artist leaves his painterly marks as a  lonely wolf.