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2016 Art Preview

Browse a range of artworks from our 2016 Hamburg fair 

With artwork by established names sitting alongside work by the emerging stars of tomorrow, there was an eclectic mix of artwork to suit every taste and pocket at the 2016 edition of the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg.

Emerging Artists 2016


To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Emerging Artists exhibition, an essential component of the Affordable Art Fair Hamburg, this year we showcased three young outstanding artists from the University of Fine Arts Hamburg. Each artist was given the chance to show their works a wide audience. The Emerging Artists from 2016 were Laura Franzmann, Franziska Opel und Angela Anzi.

Curator: Isabel Deimel.  
The exhibition is sponsored by:

kunsstiftung schues logo

From left to right:
1. Laura Franzmann, Installation, 2015, Rug, Metal, Paint and Glass, 190 x 140 cm, 140 x 60 x 45 cm, 60 x 60 x 15 cm
2. Laura Franzmann, Installation detail, 2015, Rug, Metal, Paint and Glass, 190 x 140 cm, 140 x 60 x 45 cm, 60 x 60 x 15 cm
3. Laura Franzmann, 'Pour of tor and distance', 2014, Fake Fur and Plaster, 120 x 40 cm
4. Franziska Opel, Installation 'Schwarze Sonne,' 2016, Galerie Hinten Chemnitz
5. Franziska Opel, Installation, 'Schwarze Sonne,' 2016, Galerie Hinten Chemnitz
6. Franziska Opel, Installation, 'Seduction,' 2014, Projektion auf Mdf Scheibe
7. Angela Anzi, 'Hilfestellungen an Objekten 2,' 2015, Installation, Credit Edward Greiner
8. Angela Anzi, 'Hilfestellungen an Objekten 2,' 2015, Installation, Credit Anne-Linke 
9. Angela Anzi, 'Hilfestellungen an Objekten 1,' 2015 Installation with Performance, Credit Anna Mieves 


Hamburg section 2016


The Affordable Art Fair Hamburg presented a curated exhibition to celebrate Hamburg’s status as an important arts destination. After reflecting on our past editions, and speaking to local gallery owners, we landed upon the idea of creating a special Hamburg-focussed exhibition space – the Hamburg Section. “It is important to strengthen and entrench Hamburg’s reputation as an art market, and to present the high quality of Hanseatic galleries to our visitors,” explains Fair Director, Oliver Lähndorf. From all the applications received, only six galleries were selected by the curator Anne Simone Krüger to showcase a maximum of two artists each.

Evelyn Drewes | Galerie
Felix Jud
Galerie Carolyn Heinz
Galerie Holzhauer Hamburg
Galerie Schimming

The participating galleries are funded by:


From left to right:
1. Hirofumi Fujiwara, 'Utopian (nature),' 110 x 30 x 20 cm, Plastic, Wood and Glass, 2016, Galerie Evelyn Drewes
2. Lev Khesin, 'Pennat,' 51 x 42 cm, Silicone on carrier, Galerie Evelyn Drewes
3. Rolf Stieger, 'Blaue Landschaft,' 2012, Mixed media on canvas, 130 x 95 cm, Olaf Pascheit, Felix Jud
4. Manfred Besser, 'Vorsetzen,' Acylic on canvas, 2007, 48 x 36 cm, Felix Jud
5. Katharina Büche, 'Raupe Blau,' 2016, Goatskin and Fabric, 80 x 38 x 17 cm, Galerie Carolyn Heinz
6. Fernando de Brito, 'Eva Strittmatter,' 2013, Ballpoint pen on cardboard, 50 x 65 cm, Galerie Carolyn Heinz
7. Carolin Leyck O.T. 2016, Acylic on paper, 30 x 30 cm, Galerie Holzhauer Hamburg
8. Eberhard Freudenreich, 'Addition 20161,' Papier, 60 x 28 x 30 cm, Galerie Holzhauer Hamburg
9. Noémi Kiss, 'The Orange Gift,' 2016, Carpet installation,190 x 125 cm, Galerie Schimming
10. Janus Hochgesand O.T. 2016, Oil paint, pigment and paper on canvas, 100 x 80 cm, 7Tueren
11. Daniel Hörner O.T. 2014, Oil on canvas, 130 x 105 cm, 7Tueren Galerie

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