Benefit from investing in high potential artists

Profitieren Sie vom Kunstkauf von High PotenTial-Künstlern – ausgewählt nach der RPR ART Methode

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Abgesehen davon, dass sie herausragende Kunst schaffen, müssen Künstler anerkannt werden. Sie müssen die richtigen Leute treffen, ihr Netzwerk aufbauen, einzigartige Botschaften verschicken, um Aufmerksamkeit zu schaffen.

RPR ART hilft hochtalentierten Absolventen von Kunstakademien dabei, ihre Kunst erfolgreich zu vermarkten.

Nur ganz wenige Künstler schaffen es bis an die Spitze der Kunstwelt, Dafür braucht es nicht nur künstlerisches Talent, sondern auch weitere Eigenschaften wie Disziplin, Durchsetzungsvermögen und Professionalität.

 

Wir suchen kontinuierlich nach solchen Persönlichkeiten, finden aber nur wenige. Unsere Auswahl ist daher sehr klein. 

Finden Sie unten Künstler, mit denen wir zusammen gearbeitet haben. Ihre digitale Ausstellungen finden Sie auf NEXUS und unsere Künstlerinterviews auf der Artist Interviews Seite.

 

Kontaktieren Sie uns, wenn Sie mehr über unsere High Potentials wissen möchten.

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Apart from creating outstanding art, artists need to get recognised. They have to meet the right people, set up their network, send out unique messages to create awareness.

RPR ART helps highly talented graduates of art academies to successfully market their art.

Only very few artists make it to the top of the art world. This requires not only artistic talent, but also other qualities such as discipline, assertiveness and professionalism.

We are constantly looking for such personalities, but find only a few. Our selection is therefore very small. 

Find below artists we have worked with. You can find their digital exhibitions on ARTSPACE NEXUS and our artist interviews on the Artist Interviews page.

 

Contact us for more information about our high potentials. 

 

 

Artists we realized projects with

 

Amparo Sard x RPR ART Mallorca Residency Program

Under the patronage of internationally established Spanish artist Amparo Sard, we have started an artists’ residency program, which allows handpicked artists to work and live on Mallorca for a limited time followed by an exhibition of their artworks on the island.

Photos: Bernhard Adams

Under the patronage of the Majorcan artist Amparo Sard, three master students of Kunstakademie Düsseldorf have developed new works during a three-week artists' residency in Son Servera, Mallorca. The program was initiated by Ruth Polleit Riechert and took place from March 17th until April 7th, 2019. The newly developed works were exhibited in Königstein in May and Son Servera, Mallorca, in July 2019.

The participating artists were: Bernhard Adams (born 1990, master student of Professor Katharina Grosse), Raphael Brunk (born 1987, master student of Professor Andreas Gursky) and Carolin Israel (born 1990, Student of Professors Tomma Abts and Katharina Grosse).

"With the Residency Program, we want to start an exchange of German and Spanish - especially Majorcan - artists to promote their artistic development and make their work known to a wider public,” says patron Amparo Sard. The artist worked with Ruth Polleit Riechert for the first time in 2000. At that time, Amparo Sard won a Frankfurt Deutsche Bank competition, which was organised by the art historian.

The work of Amparo Sard (*1976 in Son Servera, Mallorca) was shown in more than 30 individual exhibitions and is represented in the collections of MoMA and Guggenheim Museum. Amparo Sard also holds a professorship at the Art Academy Barcelona.

About RPR ART Lab

RPR ART Lab gives young artists a space to develop new contemporary art and to present it to the public.

 

The following master students participated in RPR ART Lab 2018:

  • Ina Gerken (Prof. Katharina Grosse, Düsseldorf)

  • Jonas Maas (Prof. Tomma Abts, Düsseldorf)

  • Anna Nero (Prof. Heribert C. Ottersbach, Leipzig)

 

The exhibition took place in the Frankfurt Offspace AusstellungsHalle 1 A from November 9 – 11, 2018.

The shows' preview was in collaboration with Städelclub of Frankfurt Städel Museum.

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