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Alexander Friedmann-Hahn

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Alexander Friedmann-Hahn
BornHamburg, Germany
NationalityGerman
EducationÉcole des Beaux-Arts de Nice, Nice
Known forpainter, gallerist, art dealer
MovementContemporary Art

Alexander Friedmann-Hahn is a German painter and art dealer. He runs the Galerie Friedmann-Hahn, an art gallery in Berlin.

Life and Work[edit | edit source]

Alexander Friedmann-Hahn was born in Hamburg, the son of an art dealer. He completed a training in marketing.[1] In 1994 his paintings were shown in the foyer of the offices of the Berliner Zeitung.[2][better source needed]

His work received nationwide recognition on the occasion of the tenth commemoration of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1999. To celebrate the German Unification, he, amongst other artists, were invited by the newspaper Die Welt, to create a photo project called Life without a Wall (Leben ohne Mauer), being distributed throughout Germany by the aforementioned magazine.[3][better source needed]

In his paintings, Alexander Friedmann-Hahn focusses on his Jewish roots, makes iconographic references to well-known Berlin cityscapes, such as the Brandenburg Gate and Sanssouci Palace or depicts animals, using pastose brushstrokes.[4]

As a painter, he has executed a significant body of work, being the primary subject of multiple independent periodical articles and reviews, such as Die Welt, Welt am Sonntag or Berliner Zeitung.[5]

Friedmann Hahn Gallery[edit | edit source]

By the year of 2006, Alexander Friedmann-Hahn opened the Galerie Friedmann-Hahn in the artsy district of Berlin-Charlottenburg.[citation needed]

Most exhibitions are accompanied by scientific catalogues, authored by art critics and museum directors, amongst them are Jürgen Schilling, retired direct of Villa Massimo in Rome,[6][better source needed][7][better source needed] the Die Zeit journalist Max Sickert-Broecking,[8][better source needed][9][better source needed] or Slade School of Fine Art lecturer Mark Gisbourne.[10][8][better source needed]

He has further organized an exhibition showing paintings by the actress Amanda Lear.[11][12][13][not in citation given]

References[edit | edit source]

Notes
  1. "Interview mit Alexander Friedmann-Hahn". Chapeau (in Deutsch). 2017-03-07. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  2. Ruthe, Ingeborg (12 April 1994). "Foyer-Schau mit Alexander Friedmann-Hahn: Positiv denken!". Berliner Zeitung (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  3. Möller, Johann Michael: Leben ohne Mauer, published on February 9th in Die Welt
  4. "Neuer Versuch, neues Genre: Sanssouci gemalt - WELT". DIE WELT. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  5. In his quality as a painter Alexander Friedmann-Hahn, was dedicated several independent articles on his work, e.g. in Die Welt: Looss, Annekatrin: Ölkreiden in Havanna-Schachteln. Maler Alexander Friedmann-Hahn hat einfach Stil – Nicht nur bei einen Bildern, published on May 19th, 2000; Anonymous Author: Neuer Versuch, neues Genre: Sanssouci gemalt, published on April, 6th, 2001, p. 46; Anonymous Author: Ausstellung in heimeliger Atmosphäre, published on Decembre, 17th, 2001; in Welt am Sonntag: Engel & Völkers zeigt Potsdam-Motive des Malers Alexander Friedmann-Hahn, published on May 14th, 1995 or Berliner Zeitung: Ruthe, Ingeborg: Positiv denken! Foyer-Schau mit Alexander Friedmann-Hahn, published on April 12th, 1994
  6. https://www.galeriefriedmann-hahn.com/images/140905_Katalog_Saza_M_klein-(AD66073F-2A0-1005-B9F0-871061331441).pdf
  7. http://www.kunstverein-uelzen.org/pdf/chronik/2004/PM_Klasse_Baselitz.pdf
  8. 8.0 8.1 https://www.galeriefriedmann-hahn.com/images/MIAFLORENTINEWEISS_web2-(9ED8B5BD-3FB2-1005-B763-172299525112).pdf
  9. "Maxi Sickert". ZEIT ONLINE (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  10. "PROF. MARK GISBOURNE - ArtCircle". ArtCircle. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  11. "Amanda Lear zeigt ihre Malerei". queer.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  12. Popovic, Anja (2006-10-20). "Friedmann-Hahn zeigt Werke von Pavel Feinstein". DIE WELT. Retrieved 2018-03-28.
  13. "KUNSTFORUM international | Nachrichten". www.kunstforum.de (in Deutsch). Retrieved 2018-03-28.

External links[edit | edit source]

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