On September 10, 2022 the long-awaited vernissage “front line” by Julia Dauksza took place.
It was introduced by a phenomenal concert by the young pianist Jeongro Park from South Korea. A true feast for the ears, which found its crowning conclusion with Liszt’s “Danse macabre”.
A little later, the opening took place during a champagne reception, where Julia revealed interesting background information about herself and her art to the audience in an exciting interview. What role do dreams play in her art? What is it about the fusion of abstract and figurative painting? Where does the title of this exhibition come from? You are of course welcome to ask Julia all these and other questions yourself, for example at another meet-and-greet, about which we will of course inform you again in good time.
For now, have fun browsing through the impressions of this phenomenal event!
3D virtual tour through the exhibition:
To open it, click on “Inhalt laden”. You can view the tour in full-screen mode by clicking on the menu button (three horizontal lines in the middle at the bottom of the window) and then on the enlarge-image-button (first button on the right).
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Pictures of the opening
Dear friends of art,
we are delighted to introduce to you Julia Dauksza.
The young artist, who lives and works in Düsseldorf, fascinates with motifs that seem to have been snatched from dreams and offer a new perspective on our world. Julia Dauksza has already been seen in four places, including New York (USA), Seoul (South Korea), Istanbul (Turkey), Paris (France), Katowice (Poland) and, of course, in many German cities, including Bonn.
First of all, a concert by the South Korean pianist Jeongro Park with works by L. v. Beethoven, R. Schumann and F. Liszt awaits us. A donation of min. 15,- € per person is requested. More information about the concert can be found here.
Participation in the vernissage is free of charge.
10 September 2022
Musikstudio & Galerie: Gabriele Paqué
Gallery open from 15:00 h.
15:30 h: Concert
Jeongro Park (piano) presents works by L. v. Beethoven, R. Schumann and F. Liszt
Admission: A donation of min. 15,- € per person is requested.
For more information and to register for the concert, click here.
17:00 h: Opening of the exhibition together with the artist
Info on the applicable hygiene rules and access restrictions can be found here.
Works of the exhibition (selection)
Julia DaukszaJulia Dauksza (*1985) graduated from the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf in 2010 as a master student of Prof. Siegfried Anzinger and still lives in the city on the Rhine. She mainly works there in her studio, but in the meantime has traveled to South Korea and Poland, among other places, for longer stays to paint. In Dauksza’s large-scale oil paintings, she combines elements of old masters with abstract painting, creating a symbiosis of these two worlds. Some works form an interplay of painting with collages, thus creating another level in the pictorial space that comes close to a relief.
After numerous solo and group exhibitions, including in New York, Paris and Istanbul, we may now welcome the artist in Bonn.
2021 AUTOBAHN DER FREIHEIT Galerie Wohlfarth, Duisburg
2019 DISCO SOLARE Galerie Pollmeier, Düsseldorf
2019 MUSTANG Galerie Norbert Arns, Cologne
2017 DAUKSZA Galerie Norbert Arns, Cologne
2017 SALAD DAYS Industriehalle Im Taubental 30, 41468 Neuss
2013 GREY MOTORS Galeria Szyb Wilson, Katowice/Poland
2011 JULIA DAUKSZA PEINTURES Galerie Roi Dore, Paris/France
2011 HOUNDS OF LOVE Raumkalk, Cologne
2009 IN FOCUS Schreier & von Metternich fine arts, Düsseldorf
2021 FROM MARCH TO MARCH Galerie Norbert Arns, Cologne
2015 SIGHT | SITE | CITE Outlet Gallery Brooklyn, New York/USA
2014 KISA KES ASLANIM! Bimisal Gallery, Istanbul/Turkey
2011 CHASSÉS DU PARADIS Galerie Roi Dore, Paris/France
2011 BALLROOM POUNCHD II Theatre Lavoir Moderne Parisien, Paris/France
2010 BALLROOM POUNCHD Theatre Lavoir Moderne Parisien, Paris/France
2011 Chineselightbulb “MILKFED KID” Kulturbunker, Cologne
2010 Chineselightbulb “YOU $ ME” 6. Koelner Musiknacht, Stadtgarten, Cologne
2015 MOCKINGBIRDS Bulgasari at Yogiga Expression Gallery, Seoul/South Korea
2010 Chineselightbulb/Thickly Painted Walls “BALLROOM POUNCHD” LMP, Lavoir Moderne Parisien, Paris/France
2010 Chineselightbulb/Thickly Painted Walls – “SCHNAGEN” Salon des Amateurs, Düsseldorf
Sammlung Wohlfarth, Duisburg
Haslla Museum, Gangneung/South Korea
I am looking forward to your visit!
Note on parking!
Parking in Bonn-Poppelsdorf, about 10 minutes walk from Blücherstraße!
Current exhibition: Julia Dauksza – front line
On Saturdays the gallery is open from 14:00 – 18:00.
By telephone arrangement, the exhibition can also be visited at other times.
Blücherstr. 14, 53115 Bonn, Germany