Künstlergespräch mit Stephanie Lüning

und Mathias Wagner (Kurator des Albertinum, SKD Dresden)

“ …the answer is blowing in the wind…“ Bob Dylan

solo show im Bruno – Paul Haus, Hellerau, Dresden, Germany

opening reception Nov. 30th 2017 at 6 pm

on view: Dec. 1th – Jan. 31th 2018


freimütig  Dramaturgie: Tulga Beyerle Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden, Germany

opening reception Nov. 24 th 2017, 6 pm

on view: Nov. 25th – Jan. 20th 2018


small and wonderful, feat. Laura Alexander 

Hammond Harkins Galleries, Columbus, OH, USA

opening reception on friday November 17th 2017 5 pm

on view: Nov. 17th 2017 – Jan. 14th 2018


unterwegs – Senatssaal HfBK, Dresden, Germany

An exhibition  with Stephanie Lüning (Germany), Mariana Smith (USA) and Eva Harut (Armenia)

opening nov. 9 th 2017

on view: Nov. 10th – Dec. 3 rd 2017



open studios in Berlin, Germany

opening reception nov 3rd 2017, 5 pm


Ostrale – Biennale 2017, Dresden, Germany

open from July 28th – October 1th 2017

THE GROUP – group show at Hammond Harkins Galleries, Columbus, Ohio, USA

open from July 14th – August 20th 2017


Coincidence, works from Stephanie Lüning & Johanna Rüggen

May 9 – June 17, 2017, opening May 6, 4 – 9 pm

Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Görlitzer Str.16, 01099 Dresden, Germany

hammond-hawkins-galleryMarch 2017 – April 16, 2017

I dream in color – new works from Alteronce Gumby & Stephanie Luening, Hammond Harkins Galleries, Columbus, Ohio, US of A

Opening Reception: Friday, March 3, 2017  —  5 – 8 PM

This exhibition features two very different artists who share an interest in color. Yale University graduate Alteronce Gumby, currently a resident at the Cite Internationale Universitaire de Paris, uses plastilina, a clay-based medium, to fashion textured paintings that explore color’s potential, both social and artistic. Dresden-based Stephanie Luening, a graduate of the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts in Germany, creates installations that involve the transformation of liquid color. The products of time, chance and atmospheric conditions, Luening’s paintings materialize slowly into colorful primordial swirls. Whether in clay or melting ice, both artists examine the most basic phenomenon of light and human perception: color. Please join us in this exciting exploration and celebration of rainbow effects. Both artists will be present at the Opening.

Hammond Harkins Galleries
641 N. High Street – Columbus, Ohio 43215
614 238-3000



Stockton University, Galloway, New Jersey, US of A
Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, Ohio, US of A
Participants: Stephanie Luening, Eva Harut, Mariana Smith


Mein Auto – my car, Schau Raum , HBF, Münster, Germany, 2015

Fotos: Thomas Gerhards

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Schauminsel – foam island, 8 aus 48, Richard- Haizmann- Museum, Niebüll, Germany, 2012

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