ARTISTS / Contemporary art
Cordula Güdemann


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Cordula Güdemann
C. Güdemann in the Huang Shan Mountains, photo: Jingfang Li
1955born in Wehr/Baden
1975-1980studies at the academy of arts in Karlsruhe and Düsseldorf with Rudolf Schoofs
 and Dieter Krieg
1985Villa Romana Prize
1987Working scholarship of the Kunstfonds, Bonn; Karl Schmidt-Rottluff scholarship
1990-1991Villa Massimo Prize, Rome
since 1995Professorship for Painting at the State Academy of Fine Arts
 Stuttgart
201915th Art Prize VR-Bank Ostalb
 
 lives and works in Stuttgart
 
 
 Solo exhibitions (selection)
 
2014Das Wespennest, Peter O. Chotjewitz and Cordula Güdemann, illustrations for the novel, Literaturhaus Stuttgart, Germany
201149 Vips, Forum Kunst, Rottweil, Germany
Maskenland, Kreissparkasse Esslingen, Germany
Mask Theater, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Stuttgart, Germany
2009-2010A picture is a picture is a picture, Künstlerverein Malkasten, Düsseldorf, Germany
2007Kafka's Cloud, Bonndorf Castle, Germany
2006Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Stuttgart, Germany
2005Society of Friends of Young Art, Baden-Baden, Germany
Women's Museum, Bonn, Germany
2004Lucky Times, Gallery of the City of Backnang, Germany
1994Pictures from the Inhabited World, Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf, Germany
1993Wilhelmshöhe, Ettlingen, Germany
1990Bahnwärterhaus Esslingen, Germany
1989New Aachen Art Association, Aachen, Germany
 
 
 Group exhibitions (selection)
 
2014Familiar Strangers, Böblingen Municipal Gallery
2012Monograph of the blue, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Dätzingen
2011After the goldrush, Kunstverein Speyer
Stein Druck Kunst, Gallery Stihl, Waiblingen
Voilà, academy guest performance at the Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart
Monograph of the blue, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Dätzingen
2010Positions: Representational Art Today, Bonndorf Castle
 Municipal Gallery Ferry, Bad Saulgau
20087 x 7, Municipal gallery, Offenburg
2007Dialogues, works of art in communication, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Grafenau
 Indicator D, Tedden Collection, Gallery of the City of Remscheid
20068 Positions of the Present, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Grafenau
Art sees soccer, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Stuttgart
Figurative worlds of images, Gallery Schlichtenmaier, Stuttgart
2004Painting, Künstlerbund Baden Württemberg, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart
2002Black Forest High Road, State Art Gallery Baden-Baden
2001The image of the father, Cantieri Culturali alla Zisa, Palermo
I am my car, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden Baden
2000Landscapes of a Century from the Deutsche Bank Collection
The Image of the Father, Haus am Waldsee Berlin
1994Retrospective "Villa Massimo", Kunstverein Hanover
1992Pictures, Kampnagelfabrik Hamburg, Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf and
 Ettlingen
 
 
 Public Collections
 
 Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf
 State Gallery Stuttgart
 Municipal Gallery Karlsruhe
 Federal Foreign Office, Berlin
 Federal Ministry of the Interior, Berlin
 Ministry of Transport, Berlin
 Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt
 Bayerische Landesbank International S.A. Luxembourg
 City Savings Bank, Cologne
 LB-BW Stuttgart
The painting of Cordula Güdemann captivates with strong colors, bright accents, joined splinters and passages. Sometimes large complexes of forms set the tone, sometimes a jungle-like impenetrability prevails. Often her themes and signs are politically explosive and topical, betraying the deep sympathy of an artist who is not indifferent and does not leave indifferent. The professor of the Stuttgart Academy represents a much respected position of committed painting. Her repertoire contains objects of our modern world from the bourgeois living ambience to the automobile, artifacts of past cultures and elements of nature. In recent years, her paintings have increasingly opened up to abstraction. About her painting Güdemann writes: "Painterly problems, questions of structure, geometric or chaotic forms and surfaces have occupied me since I have been painting, just as they have occupied painters and draftsmen for almost 600 years. In recent years, however, themes from social and political contexts have become increasingly important to me. That is, I do not exclude topics that generally concern the 'condition humaine'. I deal with these things, change the order in which they come to me, and create new contexts of meaning." 
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