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Annedore Dietze © Oliver Mark
Annedore Dietze © Oliver Mark

Annedore Dietze

Visual Arts

June, July, August 2022

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur des Landes Brandenburg

Annedore Dietze, born in 1972 in Bischofswerda near Dresden, studied painting and graphic arts at the Dresden University of Fine Arts. After switching to the painting class of Prof. Ralf Kerbach, she successfully completed her studies in 1996 with a diploma. She then spent two more years at the Dresden University as a master student with a scholarship from the Free State of Saxony. In 1998 she began to work as a freelance artist in Berlin and lived for 2 months in Paris in the German student house Heinrich Heine.

In 1998 and 1999 she received a DAAD scholarship to Great Britain and was able to complete her Master of Arts at Chelsea College of Art & Design in London. In the following years, artist trips took her to Italy again and again. In 2010, a three-month scholarship from the Akademie der Künste Berlin enabled her to spend time working at Villa Serpentara in Olevano. From 2012 to 2019, she traveled abroad several times for extended periods, including China, the United States, Egypt, Cambodia, and Mexico.

Exhibitions include “Wie es Euch gefällt und was wir sind” (Galerie Knust/Kunz, Munich, 2021), “Annedore Dietze” (Galerie Knut Hartwich, Sellin, 2020), “Schöne alte Heimat” (Kunstsammlung Lausitz, Museum Senftenberg, 2020), “Segment H” (Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, 2020), “Win Win” (Kunstfonds Sachsen exhibition, Halle 14, Leipzig, 2020), “CORPUS” (Städtische Galerie Dresden, 2019) as well as “Sumo” (Galerie Brennecke, Berlin, 2008) und “Annedore Dietze” (Galerie Mühlfeld & Stohrer, Frankfurt/M., 2010).