Ausstellungen

Transformationen Care

Saturday, July 9, 2022 , 14:00
2022/07/09 - 2022/07/24

Cohaus Kloster Schlehdorf

I want to invite you to the very interesting exhibition at Cohaus Kloster Schlehdorf, curated by Anna Schölß.
I am represented there with my works: "Ukraine 1944- 2022", and "Without Title (package to Hans- Eckart)", with K&K , Bündnis Kind un Kunst

TRANSFORMATIONEN CARE
An artistic approach about the value of Care and its changes 
Group exhibition in the former Hospital of  Kloster Schlehdorf
 
with Gabi Blum, Anna Mccarthy, Manuela Gernedel, Hennicker/Schmidt, Sascha Huth, Kirsten Kleie, Daniel Man, Stephanie Müller und Klaus Erika Dietl mit den Missions-Dominikanerinnen Sr. Josefa, Sr. Nicol und Sr. Suzànne, Rita De Muynck, K&K – Bündnis Kunst und Kind, Anna Schölß, Martin Schuster, Thomas Silberhorn, Dr. Daniela Stöppel, Jorinde Voigt, Anna Witt
 
Vernissage on Saturday 09.07.2022, 14.00 p.m.
opening hours:
Saturday, 09. – So, 10.07.2022 from 14.00 – 19.00 p.m.
Friday, 15. – So, 17.07.2022 from 14.00 – 19.00 p.m. 
Friday, 22. – So, 24.07.2022 from 14.00 – 19.00 p.m. 
 
Further Information about the program: www.cohaus-schlehdorf.de/care
Instagram: @transformationen_cohaus #transformationen_ausstellung

I love no waiting

Sunday, May 15, 2022 , 12:00 - 17:00
2022/05/15

mobile exhibition next to Bodemuseum Berlin

I love no waiting is a mobile exhibition of Frauenmuseums Berlin e.V., which is taking place at Sunday, 15 of May in a bus serving as an alternative exhibitionspace, standing in front of the Bodemuseum Berlin. The concept of the show is meant as a response to the show of Bodemuseum "Der zweite Blick: Frauen".
Fotos by Beate Spitzmüller

Marianne Stoll, Maria Magdalena / Collage Verena Kyselka, MinnemondSibylla Weisweiler, Hommage à Properzia de’ Rossi / Multiple Beate Spitzmüller, Adrian mit dem Kind, No1, No2, No3‘  / Fotografie Lilla von Puttkamer & Vera Loss, Travelling with Mnemosyne  / Malerei & Video Niina Lehtonen-Braun, Angst. Wir sind wie immer glücklich. / Malerei  Caty Forden, Prinzessin Vicky, Wo sind Sie? / Malerei Andrea Golla, DIY Reliquie: Fingernägel / Film Ulrike Dornis, Holofernes & Judith / Siebdruck Kathrina Rudolph, Pop-up Bodemuseum I und II

Berlin, Berlin! Hommage an eine Stadt

Saturday, February 26, 2022 , 18:00
2022/02/26 - 2022/03/26

scopebln, Lübeckerstr. 43, 10559 Berlin

Berlin, Berlin!
Homage to a City
“Berlin, Berlin” was the title of a TV series which started in 2002 when our family– on behalf of our ten- year- old daughter - was gathering once a week on the living-room couch to watch it.
In 2020/21 during my current wanderings through the city of Berlin I am collecting different cards, flyers and brochures, all kind of printed materials, that inform about events, shows, museums and sites of public affairs. In my eyes these objects offer me a view through which the city is representing itself.
I am heading to locations I've heard that are interesting and after I arrived there I am going on and often find other places even more interesting in the surroundings.
 
The material which I thereby collect is inspiring me. I am building Pop -up stages out of it. I make them by cutting certain details out of the cards, then putting them together and by unfolding they build up to something like the stage of a small theatre. Each of them tells its own story and the same time a story of my experience.
The stages have different themes:
Back in October 2020 on a monthlong stay in Berlin I started my project and collected many cards on my wanderings through the city. I made stages on the themes of architecture, the gallery-scene, theatre, nature, the people and how they live and the issues of social discourse. During this time my view of the city was somehow general.
During my 5-month long stay from September 2021 to February 2022 I had the opportunity to gather more intensive and specific insight into the dimensions of the city. So some of the Pop-up stages are dedicated to certain museums and sites, special exhibitions or artists I got to know and who impressed me.
All these locations added a new view and deeper insight to my knowledge of the city.
My intention was now to research the history of the city, so especially the era of the National Socialism. Therefore I visited the great variety of museums and research spaces about the time of National Social policy, the holocaust, the war and the destruction of the city, which in my opinion create the base of all societal happenings afterwards: reconstruction, parting of the city, building of Berlin Wall, life in the parted city, fall of the wall, and afterwards in the time of growing together and new economic growth how the forces of art, culture, social movements and economy are acting together and against each other.
All this I have tried to integrate into my stories of the city -combining it at the same time with some joke or irony.
Finally I have completed about 40 paper Pop- up stages of different size which represent my presence in the city, my acquaintance and interaction with it.
Kathrina Rudolph, 24.1.22

The exhibition is open from 27.2.-26.3. by application to  info [at] scopebln [dot] org

There will be a Finissage on 26.3. from 6 p.m.

further information see: www.scopebln.org

Starke Frauen

Saturday, November 6, 2021
2021/11/06 - 2021/12/12

Stadthausgalerie Sonthofen, Marktstr. 12
opening hours: Tuesday- Thursday, Saturday, Sunday 15-18 Uhr
The event will take place in compliance with all Covid-19 pandemic measures. Please visit on appointment via phone or mail: www.stadthausgalerie.de,08321-8001428

I am showing my work "paper balls" , 2009. On 70 pieces of transparent paperballs drawings of famous women from society and politics are shown as published from 2001- 2009 in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. The balls are hanging from the ceiling with transparent threads in different levels, visitors are invited to walk among them and come into contact.

Ausstellung zum 28.Aichacher Kunstpreis

Sunday, September 19, 2021
2021/09/19 - 2021/10/24

San Depot, Aichach, Donauwörtherstr. 36, 86551 Aichach

I am showing two works from my series "bodies", 2020, ink on canvas, 125 x 160 cm

"ein ungeschriebener Roman" ("an unwritten novel")

Friday, September 10, 2021
2021/09/10 - 2021/10/03

Kunstverein Landshut, Herrngasse 375, 84028 Landshut

"Like an unwritten novel- encounter with the women of my family ", 2021, 200 x 150 cm, pencil and ink on tracing paper
Recurring to Virginia Woolf and her short story " an unwritten novel" I am facing the person of Virginia Woolf with the tracing of the women of my own family.
They lived at the same time, grew up with the strict rules of society for women at that time, had to get along with the early death of siblings and parents.
Virginia Woolf experienced the torture of National Socialism from the other side, as unforgiveable and civilisation- destroying murderous violence. My grandmothers and great grandmothers were partly in line, did hardly place themselves against it.
To them I  put in position the portrait of VW as their mentor and as a homage for the vision and orientation she gave all women of her time and also us, being the future generations. 
My work is a Collage out of drawings after photos and letters from the family archive, along with pressphotos from my collection. Those are connecting both sides- the life of Virginia Woolf and that of the women of my family- up to the present.

Kathrina Rudolph, wie ein ungeschriebener Roman, 2021

Kunstgang Augsburg

2021/08/01 - 2021/09/30

Augsburg City

www.kunstgang-augsburg.de
Some well known and as well aspiring regional artists show their work in the windows of shops of the  Inner City of Augsburg, promoted by the program of "Kultursommer 2021" by the commissary of the state government of culture and media, financed from "Neustart Kultur".

I am showing two works out of the series "bodies", 2020, 160 x 125 cm, ink on canvas in the windows of "Bielefelder Wäsche", Phillippine Welserstr. 17

k&k Der Pokal

2021/06/17 - 2021/06/20

Geranium im Nymphenburger Schloßpark, München

artists:

Elke Dreier
Simone Egger
Raymond Gantner
Rebecca Grollmann
Conny Habbel
Ute Heim
Heike Jobst
Kirsten Kleie
Victoria Kleinecke
Luisa Koch
Rachel Kohn
Patricia Lincke
Dana Lürken
Salima Mansouri
Annabelle Mehraein
Peggy Meinfelder
Luminita Mihailicenco
Emanuel Mooner
Gabriele Obermaier
Andreas Peiffer
Helena Pho Duc
Nina Radelfahr
Henrieke Ribbe
Regine Rode
Kathrina Rudolph
Hank Schmidt in der Beek
Anna Schölß
Malina Schölß
Susanne Schütte Steinig
Linnéa Schwarz
Verena Seibt
Anne Seiler
Szpilman Award
Thomas Splett
Christine Tanqueray
Stephanie Trabusch
Anja Verbeek von Loewis
Christian Weiß
Elke Zauner
Markus Zimmermann

 

 
 
 

Get closer- show from out of the lockdown

2021/05/18 - 2021/05/29

sénsemble Theater, Bergmühlstr.34, Augsburg

"Get closer" is an exhibition made for all artists, curators and galerists, for all who make art and love art and had no chance to do their work and show their work within the difficult times of the corona- lockdown.
I used the invitation cards of artist- friends and galleries out of my collection since about 2005 to make pop- up cards about one artist friend together with 2 or three more cards. My intention was creating a small stage and telling a funny story changing the image of the card somehow into something else.
I offered the artists one date to see the show all alone together with me on acertain time and day due to the regulations of Corona conditions at that time.
Forunately I was offered the stage of the sensemble theatre in the culture factory where my studio is, to show my works thanks to them.
After the end of the show each of the cards was sent to  the artist,  the show was supposed to dissolve.

"100 years of Admission of Women To Academy Of Fine Arts, Munich- What Do Women-Artists Tell Today?13 Interviews with works from the time of their studies."

2021/04/05 - 2021/04/30

Galerie GEDOKmuc, Schleißheimerstr. 61, München

The show displays works from 13 women- artists out of different generations and out of the time of their study.
Accompanying was released a catalogue,  publishing interviews of the artists, who are answering three main questions concerning the time of their studies and their work- life as an artist.
Curated by Annegret Bleisteiner and Kathrina Rudolph

Names of the artists:
Annegret Bleisteiner
Gabi Blum
Simone Braitinger
Cornelia Eichacker
Friederike Dopheide
Petra Magdalena Kammerer
Janine Mackenroth
Nina Annabelle Märkl
Beate Passow
Patricia London Ante Paris
Dorothea Reese-Heim
Kathrina Rudolph
Susanne Schütte-Steinig

Photos: Peter Langenhahn

AusstellungsansichtAusstellungsansichtSusanne Schütte-SteinigAnnegret BleisteinerFriederike DopheideJanine MackenrothPatricia LondonAnteParisNina Annabelle MärklCornelia EichackerKathrina RudolphSimone BraitingerDorothea Reese-HeimBeate PassowPetra KammererNina Annablle MärklGabi Blum