A Question of Perception - Andreas Horn’s New Collection at artexpo New York 2016

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A Question of Perception - Andreas Horn’s New Collection at artexpo New York 2016

Pier 94
711 12th Ave
New York, NY 10019
April 14th, 2016 - April 17th, 2016
Opening: April 14th, 2016 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Trade Day, Thu:10AM – 7PM, Fri-Sat:10AM-7PM, Sun:10AM-6PM



A Question of Perception

Andreas Horn’s New Collection


artexpo New York 2016

 by Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, Art Historian




 Andreas Horn, “Views of Being”, 2016

Acrylic on Canvas, 20 x 20 cm (7,8 x 7,8 inches)


Situated on the most highly visible location in NYC, Pier 94, artexpo New York announces its return, featuring three shows at one venue, a presentation of contemporary art, photo show and solo show. With an emphasis on activating emerging galleries and artists, attendees to artexpo New York are seasoned collectors, curators and tastemakers looking for new discovery.

The art fair opens on Thursday, April 14, to welcome VIPs and Press at its First View benefit, and runs from April 14 to 17, 2016.  Those, looking for something exciting at artexpo New York but also meditativeness cannot ignore the new series “Inner Structures” of Andreas Horn.


 Andreas Horn, “Ways of Life X”, 2015

Acrylic on Board, 20 x 20 cm (7,8 x 7,8 inches)


The German artist, born in Bremen in 1969, presented by Kerstan Gallery at booth 103, is delighted to be selected for the show in NYC. Horn’s sublime lyrical abstractions reflect a hybrid language where virulent lines meet colour fields, a playful, but also complex and multilayer transformation to discover the imagination of the mind and universe, an inner journey to the own emotional world.


Among his countless exhibitions worldwide, his works were showcased at InArte Werkkunst Gallery, Berlin (2016), Alfred Gallery, Tel Aviv (2015), Cologne Paper Art, Cologne (2014), United Nations Headquarter, NYC (2013), Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL (2013), New Millenium Center for Contemporary Art, Changsha, China (2013), Nomadic Academy of Experimental Arts, Helsinki (2012), Museum Weserburg, Museum for Modern Art, Bremen (2011) and the alternative art space d52, Raum für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Düsseldorf (2010).



Andreas Horn, “Dreaming beyond Reality”, 2016

Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 90 cm (23,6 x 35,4 inches)


Andreas Horn was awarded with the d52 Award in Düsseldorf (2010, 2013) and the 2nd Artprize of Waltrop, Germany. The artist, who is also curator at the non-profit art festival Kap-Hoorn ART Bremen, lives and works in Bremen, Germany.

Close to his aesthetic approach, there is a precision in his brand new series, which reflects the deep essence of his work. Like a scientist he is thinking about the exact proportions and measurements of the formal idea, which he is transforming into new manifestations. Every aspect of the composition is important, the choice of the material, the look of the surface.

Andreas Horn’s technical aspects of the acrylic compositions are directed toward an intuitive working process and sensory meaning that becomes a metaphor of existence in time and space.



Andreas Horn, “Fields of Gold”, 2016

Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 40 cm (23,6 x 15,7 inches)




artexpo New York

April 14-17, 2016

Pier 94, NYC

711, 12th Avenue (55th Street & the West Side Highway)

New York, NY 10019, USA

Phone 800-677-6278


Ticket options


Fair Hours – Trade Only

Thursday, 14th April:  12pm – 7pm


VIP Opening Night Preview Party

Thursday, 14th April:  4pm – 7pm


Fair Hours – Trade & Consumer

Friday, 15th April:      12pm – 7pm

Saturday, 16th April:  10am – 7pm

Sunday, 17th April:    10am – 6pm




Source/ Copyrights Images/ Photos: Andreas Horn

Andreas Horn at artexpo New York, Booth #103, Kerstan Gallery





Source/ Copyrights Text: Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund


About the Author 

Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, born in Zurich/ Switzerland, is an Art Historian and Managing Director at Art History Consulting (AHC). She studied Art History at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Germany), University for Foreigners Perugia (Italy) and London Guildhall University (UK).

In 2002 she earned her PhD from University of Kiel with a Dissertation on Modern Sculpture: “Sources of Inspiration.The Meaning of Nature in Henry Moore´s Late Work.” Barbara is an art historian and art critic who has written widely on modern and contemporary art. Her essays have been featured in monographs, exhibition catalogues, e-zines, journals and the online editorial department of Goethe Institute Inc.