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List of artworks by Horts Kuhnert

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Kuhnert studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart with Heinrich Wild Man from 1957 to 1962. Initially devoted himself to the Abstract Painting, but he began his sculptures, with a rigorous constructive work in concrete in 1963. Then, from 1964, he made his first reliefs in polyester. Kuhnert was one of the first German artists who used the polyester material. Dealing with the polyester material influenced his work of the 1960s and 1970s and it soon brought about him a number of public contracts. In the 1980s, he added other materials like steel V2A to his works. At the same time, he created the series "Stable -Unstable", which were the first works in which Kuhnert worked in the "deconstruction of the engineering."

Horst Kuhnert won the Kingdom of Nepal award in the International Art Exhibition in Kathmandu in 1970.

In 1985, he was awarded with the Prize of the Lower Saxony.

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (SELECTION)

1970: Gallery Behr Stuttgart.

1973: Gallery Becher Wuppertal.

1977: Municipal Gallery of Schwäbisch Hall.

1978: Kunstverein Ludwigsburg.

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Kuhnert studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart with Heinrich Wild Man from 1957 to 1962. Initially devoted himself to the Abstract Painting, but he began his sculptures, with a rigorous constructive work in concrete in 1963. Then, from 1964, he made his first reliefs in polyester. Kuhnert was one of the first German artists who used the polyester material. Dealing with the polyester material influenced his work of the 1960s and 1970s and it soon brought about him a number of public contracts. In the 1980s, he added other materials like steel V2A to his works. At the same time, he created the series "Stable -Unstable", which were the first works in which Kuhnert worked in the "deconstruction of the engineering."


Horst Kuhnert won the Kingdom of Nepal award in the International Art Exhibition in Kathmandu in 1970.


In 1985, he was awarded with the Prize of the Lower Saxony.


 


SOLO EXHIBITIONS (SELECTION)


1970: Gallery Behr Stuttgart.


1973: Gallery Becher Wuppertal.


1977: Municipal Gallery of Schwäbisch Hall.


1978: Kunstverein Ludwigsburg.


1981: Gallery Knoll International, Hamburg.


1985: Gallery Geiger, Kornwestheim.


1987: Kunstverein Schwetzingen (catalog)


1996: Kunstverein Pforzheim.


2000 KulturBrauerei Berlin (catalog)


2004: Gallery violinist Constance.


2008: Pro Art, Cultural Foundation Ulmer.


2009: House of Modern Art, Staufen.


2010: Gallery violinist Constance.


2011: Anja Rumig Gallery, Stuttgart.


 


EXHIBITIONS (SELECTION)


1967: German Youth Art Prize, Art Association Bochum.


1968:  Artists Association of Baden - Wuerttemberg, Württemberg Kunstverein , Stuttgart.


1970: International Art Exhibition, Kathmandu.


1971: Stuttgart, graphic artists, Philadelphia, Boston, New York City.


1975: 50 years of art in Baden - Württemberg, Stuttgart.


1978: Art 78 Basel International Art Fair


Comparaisons 1978, l'art actuel, Grand Palais , Paris.


1980: I Triennial of small format Sculpture, Fellbach.


1986: Constructive tendencies, Kunstverein Heilbronn.


1995: Exhibition about the Monument to the Murdered Jews’ competence in Europe, Berlin.


1997: Plastic Plastic, Cubus Kunsthalle , Duisburg.


1998: Collection concrete construction, Staechelin, Museum of Contemporary Art in Freiburg.


2000: 25 Years of Galerie Geiger Geiger Gallery, Constance.


2005: “Places - constructive tendencies ", Gelsenkirchen City Museum.


2007: Valentien Gallery, Stuttgart, sightings Kaleidoscope - various positions.


2008: Cubism and Constructivism in the sculptures Glaskasten Marl.


2009: Working environment in the Artists German Association project field, Berlin.


2013: Constructive principle, Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen.

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