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First insight into the exhibition “Mittel Rhein Tal“ opening on 30.01. at KM 570 in Koblenz.

Ngorongoro, Lerai“, Öl auf Leinwand, 2021
Ngorongoro, Lerai, Öl auf Leinwand, 2021

12.5. – 18.6.2022

Verschlungen. Islands of Plants

Galerie Schimming

Jungfrauenthal 4, 20149 Hamburg

Opening: Thursday 12.05.2022

Mittel Rhein Tal

Kunstverein Mittelrhein e.V.

Hofstraße 268, 56077 Koblenz-Ehrenbreitstein
Opening: Sunday, Jan. 30th, 2022, 15:00

28.1. – 12.3.22

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Galerie Leuenroth

Fahrgasse 15, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

Opening: Friday, Jan. 28th, 2022, 19:00

 The Collector Birgit Clasen from Hamburg, Dr. Petra Roettig, managing "Kunst der Gegenwart" at Hamburger Kunsthalle, the restorer Martina Ingold and Yvette Kießling. 

The last copy of the “Elbe_Labe” series (containing 15 two-
color ink lithographs, 1 one-color chalk lithograph), limited to
15 copies, has found its new home in the Hamburger
Kunsthalle. It was handed over in mid-December 2021. In the
image to the left: The Collector Birgit Clasen from Hamburg,
Dr. Petra Roettig, managing “Kunst der Gegenwart” at
Hamburger Kunsthalle, the restorer Martina Ingold and
Yvette Kießling.

Yvette Kießling Elbe Quelle Source

Elbe Quelle Source

Texts: Anna Wesle, Harald Langenfeld
Design: Maria Magdalena Meyer, Katharina Fiedler
40 pages, hardcover
22 images
23 × 31 cm
978-3-944903-72-9 (German / English)
€ 28

published September 2021

Variations on the Source
The continual renewal, life and fascination of water sources
are central motifs in Yvette Kießling’s work. Origin, originality
and femininity are the themes that accompany her into her
work in the plein air. Since 2014, Yvette Kießling has been
artistically engaging with the Elbe and its course. She also
regularly works at the Elbe’s source near the Czech town of
Špindleruv Mlýn (Spindle’s Mill). Over the past three years,
she has created 15 diptychs in the same format. The pieces
are all based on two multi-toned ink lithographs overpainted
with oil. Their lightness and depth reflect Kießling’s pleasure
in variation and colourfulness.

Exhibition and Catalogue Presentation

Sep. 9th – Oct. 16th, 2021, Galerie NeuDeli
Sebastian Bach Straße 23, 04109 Leipzig

Blick über den Bodden durch Schilf

Sep. 8th to 19th, 202108. bis 19.09.2021

Otto Niemeyer-Holstein Grant

XII. 2021 International Pleinair in the Atelier Otto Niemeyer-Holstei

Ondine Frochaux (CH), Maria Mednikova (RUS), Yvette Kießling (D), Thomas Mattauschek (D), Barbara Krajci (D), Sylvie Viain (D), Heike Burghardt (D), Peter Genßler (D)

Atelier Otto Niemeyer-Holstein, Lüttenort
17459 Ostseebad Koserow

Alternativer Text

Aug. 14th / 15th, 2021
Aug. 28th / 29th, 2021

Exhibition at Fort Konstantin

In 2020 and 2021, pieces were created in the mid Rhine Valley that are being exclusively shown on these two weekends at Fort Konstantin. The artist is present.

Fort Großfürst Konstantin
56012 Koblenz

2021, Öl auf Papier, 52×36 cm

July 20th to 29th, 2021

Artist in Residence

International Workshop, Henrykowie, Polen

Alternativer Text

2020

Annual Gift for the MdbK Leipzig

The patrons of the Museum der bildenden Künster (Fine Art Museum) usually issue an annual gift at the year’s close. These are typically favoured graphics from known artists selected by the committee.

The annual gifts are issued in a limited edition. ‘Young Friends’ and the ‘Society of Patrons of the Museum der bildenden Künste’ receive the annual gifts at a concessionary rate.

Museum der bildenden Künste Leipzig
Katharinenstraße 10
04109 Leipzig