• Stefanie Heinze, Odd Glove (Forgetting, Losing, Looping), 2019, Oil and acrylic on linen,
    350 x 280 cm / 137.8 x 110.2 in
  • Stefanie Heinze,1$ Face-off, 2019, Oil and acrylic on linen, 170 x 230 cm, 66.9 x 90.6 in.
  • Stefanie Heinze, Vim, 2019, Oil and acrylic on linen, 195 x 155 cm / 76.7 x 61 in.
  • Quadro, 2020
    Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
    Photo: Henning Rogge
  • Stefanie Heinze, DD, 2018, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 145 x 115 cm / 57.1 x 45.3 in
  • Stefanie Heinze, Vigilant-Vertical (The Sentinel's Arrangement), 2018 , Acrylic and oil on canvas, 165 x 155 cm, 65 x 61 in
  • Known Unknowns, 2018
    Saatchi Gallery, London
  • Known Unknowns, 2018
    Saatchi Gallery, London
  • Stefanie Heinze, (O.T.) Goddess, 2018, Ink on paper, collaged, 25,5 x 23,7 cm /10 x 9.3 in. (verso)
  • Stefanie Heinze, Wobbly Breeze, Halfway Through, 2017, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 165 x 155 cm
  • Stefanie Heinze, Vieräugig (Spacetimecurvature), 2015, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 190 × 300 cm
  • Stefanie Heinze, O.T. (In Comparative and Superlative Form, Peanuts), 2015, Ink and oil pastel on paper, 29.7 x 42 cm
  • Stefanie Heinze, Gentle Nudge (The Medium Walk), 2015, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 190 x 300 cm
  • Stefanie Heinze, O.T. (Ain't St.Nobody), 2014, Ink on paper, 29.7 x 42 cm
Stefanie Heinze

QUADRO

Stefanie Heinze, Kerstin Brätsch, Kati Heck and Laura Link

Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany

February 14 – May 17, 2020

 



STEFANIE HEINZE

 

Born 1987 in Berlin

Lives and works in Berlin

 

In Stefanie Heinze’s playful figurations, abstracted and ambiguous forms become recognizable as unexpected subjects. From disembodied body parts, to everyday objects, to cartoonish animals, her subjects melt into colorful, fantastical backgrounds to create vivid visual worlds which reveal an interplay between high and low culture.

 

Heinze’s brightly colored, imaginative compositions are cleverly subversive in their details and symbolism, and convey rebellious but humorous social critiques, complemented with equally witty, lyrical titles. Although considered adjacent to abstract expressionism and the Leipzig school of painting, Heinze is categorically unique, as she explores new forms and possibilities of representation. “Newsense” – as she calls it, her response to nonsense, but also an apt reference to her inventiveness. The origins of her paintings can be found in her intimate, delicate drawings, which capture just as much liveliness on their small scale as on the gigantic canvasses.

 

In the short time since graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig, Heinze has exhibited widely. She will have a solo exhibition at Petzel, New York (2020), and has also shown at Capitain Petzel, Berlin (2019); LC Queisser, Tbilisi (2019); Sammlung Philara, Düsseldorf (2019); Mary Boone Gallery, New York (2018); Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London (2017) among others. She has participated in numerous group shows including at the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg (2020); Saatchi Gallery, London (2018); Tanya Leighton, Berlin (2017); Good Press, Glasgow (2016); basis, Frankfurt (2015). Heinze’s works are in the collections of the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden and the Marguerite Hoffman Collection, Dallas.

Artworks London
"Stefanie Heinze: Genuflect Softly #1" by Epps, Philomena, www.artworkslondon.com, 2017

Vice Creators
"Hallucinatory Paintings Depict the Bodily Impossible" by Holmes, Kevin, www.creators.vice.com, April 4, 2016

 

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