Johannes Hüppi

In front of the screen I – Iii

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Johannes Hüppi

In front of the screen I – Iii

520€  *
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  • 3 coloured aquatinta-etchings on thick Velin, Edition of the Griffelkunst-Foundation, Hamburg

  • 2003

  • Each 23,1 x 29,7 cm (36,5 x 45 cm)

  • 1965

  • Each signed

  • The Swiss-German artist worked at the Art Academy in Braunschweig from 2004 until 2007.


The prolific German painter Johannes Hüppi was born in 1965 in Baden-Baden, where he still lives and works. The artist obtained his education under Dieter Krieg and Fritz Schwegler at the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf (1984-90); his studies were followed by numerous accolades, residencies, and frequent migrations. Hüppi had his studios in Los Angeles and San Francisco (1992-4), New York (1997-2000), Miami (2000-1), later on, he taught at art academies in Braunschweig (2004-7) and Puebla in Mexico (2006). Throughout the years, Hüppi has demonstrated a particular interests towards the modern painting, with its masters and thematics, and executed a vast body of female and group portraits, often enriched by unlikely symbolism and surreal situations. Widely exhibited and collected, his body of work has been displayed in a variety of venues, including individual exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Münster (2001), Museum of New Art in Freiburg (2002), Museum of Modern Art in Passau (2006), group shows at the National Museum in Nuremberg (2008), Metropolitan Museum of Manila (2012), and the most recent display at the Museum Franz Gertsch in Burgdorf (2015).


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