“Things can only be diverse and should be diverse,” wrote Donald Judd in 1964 about the art scene in New York, and hence rejected a one-dimensional ordering of art history in favor of an open encounter with works of art.

Annedore Dietze


The expressive painter Annedore Dietze (*1972) deals in her works with corporeality and all living things. In her painting, plants and animals become motifs of vitality and fragility. She shows people from their (self-)destructive side. What is found in her art is hence an existential concept of human beings and their bodies—raw and direct and vulnerable and mysterious at the same time. Oil paintings and works on paper from various phases of her work are juxtaposed with works created specifically for this exhibition in the Städtischen Galerie in Dresden. The accompanying publication spans a period of two decades of examining the spectrum of creaturely life in pictures.


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"Annedore Dietze"

March 2019

ISBN 978-3-7356-0564-1

21,00 x 26,00 cm

112 Pages

50 colored and 22 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German

Gisbert Porstmann
Text by

Marcel Beyer, Heike Fuhlbrügge, Ralf Hanselle, Uwe Hübner

Design by
Denise Walther / Heimatstuben, Dresden

Exhibition CORPUS. Annedore Dietze, 23.2.2019-19.5.2019, Städtische Galerie Dresden