Nina Hannah Kornatz | Just Say You Love Me | solo show

Exhibition dates 13.05. – 30.06.2017 Vernissage 12.05.2017 | 19-21 The exhibition “Just Say You Love Me” is, according to her own statement, one of the most personal exhibitions Nina Hannah Kornatz has ever realized. This show is an attempt at a narrative. Each work stands for itself as an assertion. As a whole, the works […]

UrbanArt Biennale 2017

Uhlig Gallery presents Selected Interational Artists OKUDA, TASSO, KERA and RODE at the 4th UrbanArt Biennale® in Völklingen / Saarbrücken. Exhibition dates 09.04. – 05.11.2017 The “UrbanArt Biennale®” presents the best urban artists in the world at the world Cultural Heritage and is the world’s largest urban art exhibition. Every two years, the European Center […]

Christian KERA Hinz | unORDNUNG inORDNUNG | solo show

From Wednesday April 13, 2016 we present the first solo exhibition of painter and graphic artist Christian KERA Hinz. Vernissage13.04.2016 | 18:00 Exhibition dates13.04. – 11.05.2016 VenueUhlig Galerie / KTRTschaikowskistraße 2104105 Leipzig

Christoph Rode

Christoph Rode (* 1984, Berlin) is a German painter and graphic artist. Rode’s mostly large format works take on room or landscape situations. They remind the viewer of stage installations and multidimensional scenarios filled with fragmented content. This peculiar and individual imagery occasionally allows itself to be identified as being set in a certain time […]

Christian KERA Hinz

The artist Christian Hinz aka “Kera”, born 1985 in Berlin, has been working with colour, printing techniques, and designing and painting facades for more than 20 years.His artistic work is geometric and abstract, but at the same time spacial. Thereby, graphics and aesthetics play a big role. The artwork is driven from a combination of […]

OKUDA

Okuda’s distinctive style of geometric harmonies emboldened with intense colours can make his artworks feel like they’re from a parallel universe. In his work, rainbow geometric architectures blend with organic shapes, bodies without identity, headless animals and symbols that encourage reflection in artistic pieces that could be categorized as Pop Surrealism with a clear essence […]

Florian Rosier

In our present time it becomes increasingly harder to distinguish between fact and fiction. We live in a hyperreal world, surrounded by and gradually becoming more and more interconnected with the technology and artificial worlds. We percieve reality through artificial eyes, sensing the world through third party observers. Paradoxical, it seems, the more our technology […]

Martin Lytke

Es ist kein Zufall, dass Martin Lytkes Werke wie Bilder der klassischen Moderne wirken. Die Formsprache, die an Dada erinnernde Collagehaftigkeit, verzerrte Figuration und surreale Räume legen diese Assoziation nahe. Unterstützt wird dieser Eindruck oft durch die passende Rahmung. Beim näheren hinschauen entdeckt man eine fast trashige Ironie, die aber stets den modernen Vorbildern verbunden […]

Georg Kleefass

Den augenscheinlich kühlen, ruhigen und sachlichen Arbeiten von Georg Kleefass wohnt ein dunkles Geheimnis inne, das den Betrachter fesselt und zugleich befremdet.Die Relikte einer dekadenten Welt von Dandies schmücken die barocken Herrenzimmer, in denen der Künstler seine Bildgeschichten inszeniert. Man glaubt ein Opernstück als Soundtrack eines wertfrei bösen Albtraums zu hören, in dem Opfer und […]