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Sabine Beyerle, 1975 born in Leonberg, Germany
lives and works in Berlin

Education

1996-2003
  • Studies of Fine Arts at the University of the Arts Berlin
    Studies of English language and literature, Humboldt University of Berlin
2003
  • Masters of Fine Arts at the University of the Arts, Berlin, (Hans-Jürgen Diehl), Germany
  • Teaching degree for Fine Arts and English
since 2004
  • Work as a freelance artist

Awards & Scholarships

2016
  • Artist in Residence, Son of Man Community, Sanyi, Taiwan
  • Artist in Residence, Studio Plesungan, Surakarta, Indonesia
2015
  • Artist in Residence, The Generator, Reno, Nevada, USA
  • Artist in Residence, Islewilde, Art and Performance Festival, Vashon Island, Washington State, USA
  • Selected Artist, Fondation Colas, Boulogne Bilancourt, France
2012
  • Scholarship at Künstlerhaus Lukas funded by the state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
    1st prize of the 25th Mainz Art Prize Eisenturm, Hans-Jürgen Imiela – Memorial Prize
2011
  • Artist in Residence Dream Community, Taipei, Taiwan
2010
  • Artist in Residence Teatro O Bando Palmela, Portugal
2006-08
  • Scholarship of the Karl-Hofer-Gesellschaft, Berlin
2006
  • Scholarship of the Dorothea Konwiarz Stiftung, Berlin
2000
  • Scholarship at the Chelsea School of Art, London, GB

Soloexhibitions

2018
  • Safar, Galerie Anja Knoess, Cologne
  • Ausstellung, degewo – Galerie Remise, Berlin
2017
  • Spaces, galleri NB, Viborg, Denmark
  • Sabine Beyerle & Jochen Twelker, Aus – Stellwerk, Brunswick
2016
  • somewhere, Galleria Heng, Taipei, Taiwan
2015
  • Shelter, P103 Mischkonzern, Berlin
2014
  • Fliegende Bauten, Kunstverein Niebüll, Richard-Haitzmann Museum, Niebüll
  • Inseln, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
  • Floating, galleri NB, Viborg, Denmark
2013
  • four exhibitions in Berlin and Potsdamm in the context of the AOK Art Award
2012
  • Settings, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2011
  • Woanders zu Hause, Kunsthalle Vierseithof, Lukenwalde (Cat.)
  • Raumrauschen, projektraum alte feuerwache, Berlin
  • Musterhaus, Kunstforum, Wendelinskapelle, Weil der Stadt
2009
  • room enough, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2007
  • Temporäre Heimat, Galerie 21, Brunswick
  • Yalla Yalla, Galerie der Dorothea Konwiarz Stiftung, Berlin
  • Temporäre Heimat, Kunstallianz1Berlin, Berlin (Cat.)

Groupexhibitions (selection)

2018
  • ArtVilnius, with galleri NB, Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Art Herning, with galleri NB, Herning, Denmark
2017
  • Jubilleumsudstilling, galleri NB, Viborg, Denmark
  • annual exhibition Kunstverein Niebüll, Richard-Haitzmann Museum, Niebüll
  • Blitzeis, Galerie Anja Knoess, Cologne
2016
  • annual exhibition Kunstverein Niebüll, Richard-Haitzmann Museum, Niebüll
  • Blitzeis, Galerie Anja Knoess, Cologne
2015
  • Palimpsest, Galerie Alte Schule, Berlin
  • Trans-Figuration, galleri NB, Viborg, Denmark
  • Heiter bis wolkig, Galerie Anja Knoess, Cologne
2014
  • NordArt, Büdelsdorf
  • Art Fair Köln, with Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2013
  • 15. Vilnius Painting Triennial: “Contexts of Painting”, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, Lithuania (Cat.)
  • new positions – new works, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
  • In between trees, galleri NB, Viborg, Denmark
2012
  • Utopia, Kunstverein Eisenturm, Mainz
  • Heimspiel, Frauenmuseum Berlin at the city hall of Tempelhof, Berlin (Cat.)
2011
  • urban colors, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2010
  • was kommt – was geht V, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2009
  • was kommt – was geht IV, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
  • 2+1, Galerie 21, Brunswick
  • Art Karlsruhe, with Galerie 21 and Projektraum Knut Osper, Karlsruhe
  • Berliner Liste, with Galerie 21, Haus Cumberland, Berlin
2008
  • Zwölf, Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin
  • was kommt – was geht III, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
2007
  • Das Paradies ist Überall, Kunst8, Brüdernkloster, Brunswick
  • was kommt – was geht II, Projektraum Knut Osper, Cologne
  • Stipvisite, Haus am Kleistpark, Berlin
2006
  • Switch on the light before sleeping, Galerie der Künste, Berlin
  • nawarak lelmal – an approach to Africa, Konsumverein, Brunswick and Galerie weißer Elefant, Berlin (Cat.)
  • NordArt, Büdelsdorf
2005
  • Der Freie Wille, Bunker below the Arena, Berlin (Cat.)
  • nawarak lelmal – une caravane culturelle en route pour l’Afrique, Goethe Institut Rabat; Musée d’Art Contemporain Tangier, Morocco and Legon University of Ghana, Accra, Ghana
2004
  • Paradies im Bunker, Kunstbunker Tumulka, Munich
2003
  • Paradies, Bunker below Alexanderplatz, Berlin (Cat.)
  • Druck-Art, Haus am Kleistpark, Berlin
2002
  • the good and the bad, M°A°I°S IV, 2. Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, GB (Cat.)
  • Colours of Berlin, Kunstwerke, Berlin
2001
  • violett – was kann dinsky? Galeria L and Galeria Uliza Agi, Moscow, Russia
  • 12, Künstlerbahnhof Westend, Berlin

Art and Theatre Projects (Selection)

2018
  • Mit Nietzsche auf Sendung, setdesign / installation, former Funkhaus Weimar,  Kunstfest Weimar
2017
  • Verwildern und Kultivieren, set design, Pyramidale – Festival for New Music, Berlin
2016
  • Kubisme & Perspektif, workshop at the Fakultas Seni Rupa dan Desain, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia
  • Performance and installation, Sprouts Art Festival, Paper Hut Stream Artlabors’ Farm, Puli, Taiwan
  • Travelling Family Circus, Son of Man Community, Sanyi and Dream Community, Taipei, Taiwan
  • utopian travels, travelproject around the world
2015
  • Brobdingnag, installation, Burning Man Festival, Black Rock City, Nevada, USA
  • Performance, Islewilde, Art and Performance Festival, Vashon Island, Washington State, USA
  • utopian travels, travelproject around the world
2014
  • Expedition Freischütz, set design / projections, Bürgerbühne, Staatsschauspiel Dresden, Dresden
2013
  • AirRossini, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
2012
  • Fernweh, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
2010
  • Nestbau, installation, Teatro O Bando, Palmela, Portugal
  • Schreberzone, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
  • Brachland, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin and Bauhaus Bühne, Dessau
2009
  • Caravana Fusca, travelproject in Brazil
  • Referentinnen, set design / projections, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Berlin
  • HermannSchlachten, set design / projections, Theater Junge Generation, Dresden
2008
  • Referentinnen, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
2007
  • Passagiere im Kegelkeller, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
2006
  • Geschichten aus dem Plänterwald, set design / projections, Neuköllner Oper, Berlin
  • Dolmusch-Xpress, Performance, Hebbel am Ufer, Berlin
2005
  • nawarak lelmal – Travelproject to and through Africa
  • Hans im Glück, performance, in the context of the project nawarak lelmal
  • emballage2, organisation, Art and Performance Festival, Brunswick
2004
  • Unmässige Perlen, set design / projections, Wichmann Hallen, Brunswick
  • Fassadenrepublik, performance/installation, Palast der Republik, Berlin
2003
  • Essmaschine, performance/installation, chemische Fabrik InterArte, Berlin
  • Pessoares, set design / projections, Staatsbank, Berlin
1998
  • violett – was kann dinsky?, performance/installation, Mauerpark, Berlin

Collections

Fondation Colas, Boulogne Bilancourt, France
China Academy of Arts, Hangzhou, China
Gymnasium & HF, Viborg, Denmark
Grundfos, Bjerringbro, Denmark,
Philip Morris, Berlin
TriMedia, Berlin
Haberent, Berlin
Sparkassen Verlag, Stuttgart
CS Hospiz Rennweg, Vienna

as well as private collections in Berlin, Cologne, Brunswick, Stuttgart, Munich, Niebüll, Dessau, Vilnius, Viborg, Copenhagen and New York.

Bibliography

Hans Henrik Jabobsen: Glimrende udstilling i Galleri NB, Viborg Stifts Folksblad, 23.12.2017
Lars Svanholm: Elegant rum og et aedegilde in keramik, Jytlands-Posten, 17.12.2017
Sotheby’s benefit campaign for the CS Hospiz Rennweg, exhibition catalogue, Vienna, edited by Michael Schmidt-Ott, Vienna, 2017
H. C.: Musée Globe-Trotter, pp. 54-57, in: Valée de la culture, 4th trimestre 2015, Nanterre, France, 2015, ISSN: 2109-5795
Schwankende Perspektiven, Nordfriesisches Tageblatt, 22.11.2014
NordArt, exhibition catalogue, edited by Kunst in der Carlshütte GmbH, Büdelsdorf, 2014 ISBN: 978-3-9813751-6-9
sny: Artist portrait, Mehr Berlin, Berliner Tagesspiegel, 26.01.2013
15th Vilnius Painting Triennial, Contexts of Painting, exhibition catalogue, edited by Lithuanian Artists’ Association, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2013 ISBN: 978-609-95312-2-9
DSV Kunstkontor, Edition S 38/2013, edited by Deutscher Sparkassen Verlag GmbH, Stuttgart, 2013
Kunst trifft Gesundheit, exhibition catalogue, edited by AOK Nordost, Berlin, 2013
Ahrenshooper Seiten, Künstlerhaus Lukas 2012, edited by Edition Hohes Ufer Ahrenshoop 2013, ISBN: 978-3-934216-63-1
Julia Wadhawan: Für humanes Lebensumfeld – Eisenturm art prize awarded to Berlin artist Sabine Beyerle, Allgemeine Zeitung Mainz, 10.08.2012
Josefine Sack: Künstler zeigen knallbunte Utopien, Mainzer Rhein Zeitung, 10.08.2012
Heim_Spiel, exhibition catalogue, edited by the Women’s Museum Berlin, Berlin 2012
Sylvia Hüggelmeier, Instabile Räume im Musterhaus, Stuttgarter Zeitung, 22.11.2011
Martin Stefke: Auf schwankendem Grund, Märkische Allgemeine, 10.05.2011
Sabine Beyerle: Woanders zu Hause, work catalogue, edited on the occasion of the exhibition “Woanders zu Hause”, Kunsthalle Vierseithof, Luckenwalde 2011
Kasia Kaminska: woanders zu Hause, in Woanders zu Hause, work catalogue, published on the occasion of the exhibition “Woanders zu Hause”, Kunsthalle Vierseithof, Luckenwalde 2011
Susanne Husse: Raumrauschen, in Woanders zu Hause, work catalogue, published on the occasion of the exhibition “Woanders zu Hause”, Kunsthalle Vierseithof, Luckenwalde 2011
Zwölf, exhibition catalogue, edited by Karl Hofer Society, Berlin 2008
Christiane Gerischer: Künstlerisches Multitasking, Radiofeature DeutschlandradioKultur, 26.02.2007
Sabine Beyerle: Temporäre Heimat, Work Catalogue, edited by Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Berlin 2007
Michael Braun: Introduction, in Temporäre Heimat, work catalogue, edited by Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Berlin 2007
Anne Mueller von der Haegen: Temporäre Heimat, in Temporäre Heimat, work catalogue, edited by Allianz Versicherungs-AG, Berlin 2007
Nawark Lelmal, catalogue of the project and exhibition, edited by David Reuter in association with HBK Braunschweig 2006
Der Freie Wille, exhibition catalogue, edited by Römer+Römer, Berlin 2005
Paradies, exhibition catalogue, published by Römer+Römer, Berlin 2003
The good and the bad, exhibition catalogue, published by Römer+Römer, Berlin and Liverpool 2003, ISBN: 3-00-011075-5