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Painting / Printmaking

The Painting and Printmaking degree course at the HGB includes the creative involvement of every student with all aspects of painting, drawing and printed graphics. The degree — with its multifaceted programme and four specialist classes, with the artistic foundation it provides and with its many workshop courses — focuses on developing the students into artists in their own right. Perceiving and recognising traditional methods of painting and printmaking, mastering the art of “making images” and paying conscious attention to today’s possibilities in painting as a vital medium in the context of contemporary art play a fundamental role throughout the programme. In the comprehensive foundational course the students — under guidance — delve into various strategies and themes of painting and drawing, master technical challenges and overcome content-related inhibitions.

In the main studies they decide between one of the four available specialist classes: In addition to the two classes in Painting and Printmaking under the tutelage of Christoph Ruckhäberle and Annette Schröter, Michael Riedel is teaching a class in Painting in the Context of Fine Arts and Ingo Meller is teaching a class in Painting with a Cross-Media Approach.

Selected works
Blues
1993
Ingo Duderstedt
Der Herr der Ringe
1981
Ingo Duderstedt
Die Höhle
1987
Ingo Duderstedt
Fracas
Acryl auf Leinwand, 180 × 150 cm, 2017
I
Prof. Steven Black
II
Prof. Steven Black
III
Prof. Steven Black
IV
Prof. Steven Black
Mixed Holiday Bag
Nightwork
1992
Ingo Duderstedt
no. 14 (non-objective object)
Öl, Acryl und Grafit, 50 × 40 cm, 2017
Jennifer König
o.T.
Paule Hammer
o.T.
Paul Wilting
o.T.
Yvonne Riedinger
o.T:
Marvin Ketteniß
Stranded
2018
Ingo Duderstedt
Volterra 3
1994
Ingo Duderstedt
Time is running
2017
Ingo Duderstedt
Awaiting
2016
Ingo Duderstedt
Element
245 × 195 cm, G2 Kunsthalle, 2016
Stefan Guggisberg
Oper - Gerüst I
60 x 40 cm, Acryl auf LW, 2016
Prof. Jörg Ernert
Kollision
125 × 100 cm, 2015
Stefan Guggisberg
Konstellation
35 × 42 cm, 2015
Stefan Guggisberg
Nach Piranesi - atrium artium
31 x 23 cm, Acryl auf Papier 2015
Prof. Jörg Ernert
Wärme
Öl, 65 × 50 cm, 2015
Stefan Guggisberg
Fata Morgana
2014
Ingo Duderstedt
Kletterhalle - Mattenlicht
107 x 76 cm, Acryl auf LW, 2014
Prof. Jörg Ernert
Beginn
250 × 203 cm, Kunstmuseum Bern, 2013
Stefan Guggisberg
Rauch
2013 Polyurethan 71cm
Steffen Bachmann
Akt
42 × 35 cm, 2012
Stefan Guggisberg
Auf der Suche nach Kyselak
2012
Ingo Duderstedt
Figur
125 × 100 cm, 2011
Stefan Guggisberg
Firn
2009
Ingo Duderstedt
„ani-mal“
1998–1999 Bronze L 430cm, H 180cm, T 100 cm Dresden Rosengarten
Steffen Bachmann