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Andreas Amrhein
The Fortune Teller
3D-Construction on Hahnemühle Velvet
Year: 2022
Signed by hand
Edition 25
Size: 22.4 × 16.3 on 24.0 × 16.9 inches
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Ref.: 924802-974

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Andreas Amrhein is a german male artist born in Marburg (GERMANY) in 1963.

Andreas Amrhein’s first exhibition was Arbeiten auf Papier „Blau“ at Galerie Michael Schultz in Berlin in 1994, and the most recent exhibition was 12. Kunstpreis Wesseling – Zeit aus den Fugen at Kunstverein Wesseling e.V. in Wesseling in 2021. Andreas Amrhein is most frequently exhibited in Germany, but also had exhibitions in Austria, China and elsewhere. Amrhein has at least 19 solo shows and 41 group shows over the last 27 years (for more information, see biography). Amrhein has also been in no less than 13 art fairs but in no biennials. A notable show was ANDREAS AMRHEIN – GOOD FRIENDS at ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN BEIJING in Berlin in 2010. Other notable shows were at Künstlerhaus Wien in Vienna and Kunst-Raum des Deutschen Bundestages in Berlin. Andreas Amrhein has been exhibited with Helge Leiberg and A. R. Penck.

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Andreas Amrhein is a german male artist born in Marburg (GERMANY) in 1963.

Andreas Amrhein’s first exhibition was Arbeiten auf Papier „Blau“ at Galerie Michael Schultz in Berlin in 1994, and the most recent exhibition was 12. Kunstpreis Wesseling – Zeit aus den Fugen at Kunstverein Wesseling e.V. in Wesseling in 2021. Andreas Amrhein is most frequently exhibited in Germany, but also had exhibitions in Austria, China and elsewhere. Amrhein has at least 19 solo shows and 41 group shows over the last 27 years (for more information, see biography). Amrhein has also been in no less than 13 art fairs but in no biennials. A notable show was ANDREAS AMRHEIN – GOOD FRIENDS at ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN BEIJING in Berlin in 2010. Other notable shows were at Künstlerhaus Wien in Vienna and Kunst-Raum des Deutschen Bundestages in Berlin. Andreas Amrhein has been exhibited with Helge Leiberg and A. R. Penck.