About K.H. Hödicke
|Name||K.H. Hödicke (Karl Horst Hodicke, Karl Horst Hödicke, KH Hödicke, Karl Heinz Hödicke)|
|Birth Location||Nürnberg, Franken (DE)|
|Movement||Junge Wilde/Neue Wilde|
K.H. Hödicke's Biography
Karl Horst Hödicke was born in 1938 in Berlin, Germany. He is a German artist and was one of the most important representatives of the “Junge Wilde” movement in the 1980s. His works are distinguished by their expressive and gestural painting style. His works are held in several public and private collections, such as the Hamburger Kunsthalle, the Würth Museum La Rioja, and the Ernst Barlach Museum.
Hödicke studied at the Berlin University of the Arts and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. He is a professor of painting at the Berlin University of the Arts and has held multiple teaching positions at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, the Karlsruhe Academy of Fine Arts, and the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts.
Hödicke has had solo exhibitions in several renowned museums, such as the Art Vischering in Lüdinghausen, the Ernst Barlach Museum in Wedel, and the Würth Museo La Rioja in Agoncillo. He has also participated in several group exhibitions, such as the Junge Wilde – Expressive
K.H. Hödicke's Art
San Giorgio e il drago(1987)
K.H. Hödicke's San Giorgio e il drago (1987) is an expressive and gestural painting that depicts the classic legend of Saint George slaying a dragon. The painting is characterized by its dynamic brushstrokes and bold colors, which create a sense of movement and energy. The painting is a testament to Hödicke's skill in creating dynamic and powerful compositions. The painting is held in the Ernst Barlach Museum in Wedel, Germany and has been showcased in numerous group and solo exhibitions.
K.H. Hödicke's Aragara is an expressive oil painting from the 1980s. The artwork features a bright yellow background with bold and gestural brushstrokes. The subject of the painting is not easily identifiable, but it appears to be a figure, perhaps a face or a figure in profile with an abstract form. The painting is filled with a sense of movement and energy, conveying the artist's emotional intensity. The vivid colors and dynamic brushwork of Aragara make it a captivating artwork that speaks to the viewer.
K.H. Hödicke's Ohne Titel is an expressive and gestural painting, featuring vibrant colors and energetic brushstrokes. The painting is an abstract composition that captures the energy of movement. The colors range from bright yellows to deep blues, creating a dynamic and vivid atmosphere. The work showcases Hödicke's mastery of the "Junge Wilde" movement and his distinctive painting style. The painting is an excellent example of his body of work, which has been held in several public and private collections across Europe.
K.H. Hödicke's Potsdamer Straße is an expressive and gestural painting that is a reflection of the "Junge Wilde" movement of the 1980s. The painting is composed of bold brush strokes and bright colors, creating a vivid and energetic atmosphere. The piece captures the bustling life of the Potsdamer Straße, a famous street in Berlin, Germany. By depicting the everyday life of the city, Hödicke illustrates the atmosphere of the bustling street with an energetic and dynamic style. The work is held in many prestigious public and private collections, such as the Hamburger Kunsthalle, the Würth Museum La Rioja, and the Ernst Barlach Museum.