ACHIM DUCHOW

ACHIM DUCHOW

ACHIM DUCHOW

ACHIM DUCHOW

ACHIM DUCHOW

b. 1948 in Otterndorf, DE – 1993 in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1948 in Otterndorf, DE – 1993 in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1948 in Otterndorf, DE – 1993 in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1948 in Otterndorf, DE – 1993 in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1948 in Otterndorf, DE – 1993 in Düsseldorf, DE

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ACHIM DUCHOW
O.T. (Arbeitsamt), 1985
Mixed media, 220 x 540 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
O.T. (Arbeitsamt), 1985
Mixed media, 220 x 540 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
O.T. (Arbeitsamt), 1985
Mixed media, 220 x 540 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
O.T. (Arbeitsamt), 1985
Mixed media, 220 x 540 cm 

Achim Duchow, 2000 Lichtjahre entfernt, 1983, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
2000 LICHTJAHRE ENTFERNT, 1983
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
2000 LICHTJAHRE ENTFERNT, 1983
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
2000 LICHTJAHRE ENTFERNT, 1983
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
2000 LICHTJAHRE ENTFERNT, 1983
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 120 x 180 cm

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ACHIM DUCHOW
IRGENDWANN IN IRGENDWO, 1990
Mixed media on paper, 450 x 270 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
IRGENDWANN IN IRGENDWO, 1990
Mixed media on paper, 450 x 270 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
IRGENDWANN IN IRGENDWO, 1990
Mixed media on paper, 450 x 270 cm 

ACHIM DUCHOW
IRGENDWANN IN IRGENDWO, 1990
Mixed media on paper, 450 x 270 cm 

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ACHIM DUCHOW
REICH IM HEIM, 1990 
Acrylic on newspaper, 140 x 140 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
REICH IM HEIM, 1990 
Acrylic on newspaper, 140 x 140 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
REICH IM HEIM, 1990 
Acrylic on newspaper, 140 x 140 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW
REICH IM HEIM, 1990 
Acrylic on newspaper, 140 x 140 cm

ACHIM DUCHOW

Known for his multifaced relation with artistic practices, Achim Duchow always aimed towards an ironic representation. Whether political or socio-critical issues, all were processed through his art. On a meta-dimension, Achim Duchow’s artworks play with different structures made of mixed media and complementary colours that come together into one work. The visual and emotional irritation turn quickly into understanding Duchow’s message, which breaks artistic traditions to visualize various problems within a society. As a photographer, Duchow’s work focuses on a documentary approach. He preferred deeper researches and experiences, as seen in his Japan trip “In search of Japan”.

In the 1970's Achim Duchow (1948-1993) was a student at the HbK art academy in Hamburg. Legendary exhibitions like the ones at the Westfälischen Kunstverein in Münster (1973), the Kunstverein Kiel (1975), the Biennale in Sao Paulo (1975) and the Kasseler Kunstverein (1977) show the very effective collaborations with institutions. In Willich, a small and creative town near Düsseldorf, where Duchow and Polke lived and worked temporarily, a productive atmosphere dominated amongst excessive parties and a provocative socio-critical irony. This sentiment of the late 1970's is represented humorously in the artist’s experimental painting. Thus, pop and politics, caricatural figures and dizzy paintings are recurrent and merge into an arousing amalgam.

ACHIM DUCHOW

Known for his multifaced relation with artistic practices, Achim Duchow always aimed towards an ironic representation. Whether political or socio-critical issues, all were processed through his art. On a meta-dimension, Achim Duchow’s artworks play with different structures made of mixed media and complementary colours that come together into one work. The visual and emotional irritation turn quickly into understanding Duchow’s message, which breaks artistic traditions to visualize various problems within a society. As a photographer, Duchow’s work focuses on a documentary approach. He preferred deeper researches and experiences, as seen in his Japan trip “In search of Japan”.

In the 1970's Achim Duchow (1948-1993) was a student at the HbK art academy in Hamburg. Legendary exhibitions like the ones at the Westfälischen Kunstverein in Münster (1973), the Kunstverein Kiel (1975), the Biennale in Sao Paulo (1975) and the Kasseler Kunstverein (1977) show the very effective collaborations with institutions. In Willich, a small and creative town near Düsseldorf, where Duchow and Polke lived and worked temporarily, a productive atmosphere dominated amongst excessive parties and a provocative socio-critical irony. This sentiment of the late 1970's is represented humorously in the artist’s experimental painting. Thus, pop and politics, caricatural figures and dizzy paintings are recurrent and merge into an arousing amalgam.

ACHIM DUCHOW

Known for his multifaced relation with artistic practices, Achim Duchow always aimed towards an ironic representation. Whether political or socio-critical issues, all were processed through his art. On a meta-dimension, Achim Duchow’s artworks play with different structures made of mixed media and complementary colours that come together into one work. The visual and emotional irritation turn quickly into understanding Duchow’s message, which breaks artistic traditions to visualize various problems within a society. As a photographer, Duchow’s work focuses on a documentary approach. He preferred deeper researches and experiences, as seen in his Japan trip “In search of Japan”.

In the 1970's Achim Duchow (1948-1993) was a student at the HbK art academy in Hamburg. Legendary exhibitions like the ones at the Westfälischen Kunstverein in Münster (1973), the Kunstverein Kiel (1975), the Biennale in Sao Paulo (1975) and the Kasseler Kunstverein (1977) show the very effective collaborations with institutions. In Willich, a small and creative town near Düsseldorf, where Duchow and Polke lived and worked temporarily, a productive atmosphere dominated amongst excessive parties and a provocative socio-critical irony. This sentiment of the late 1970's is represented humorously in the artist’s experimental painting. Thus, pop and politics, caricatural figures and dizzy paintings are recurrent and merge into an arousing amalgam.

ACHIM DUCHOW

Known for his multifaced relation with artistic practices, Achim Duchow always aimed towards an ironic representation. Whether political or socio-critical issues, all were processed through his art. On a meta-dimension, Achim Duchow’s artworks play with different structures made of mixed media and complementary colours that come together into one work. The visual and emotional irritation turn quickly into understanding Duchow’s message, which breaks artistic traditions to visualize various problems within a society. As a photographer, Duchow’s work focuses on a documentary approach. He preferred deeper researches and experiences, as seen in his Japan trip “In search of Japan”.

In the 1970's Achim Duchow (1948-1993) was a student at the HbK art academy in Hamburg. Legendary exhibitions like the ones at the Westfälischen Kunstverein in Münster (1973), the Kunstverein Kiel (1975), the Biennale in Sao Paulo (1975) and the Kasseler Kunstverein (1977) show the very effective collaborations with institutions. In Willich, a small and creative town near Düsseldorf, where Duchow and Polke lived and worked temporarily, a productive atmosphere dominated amongst excessive parties and a provocative socio-critical irony. This sentiment of the late 1970's is represented humorously in the artist’s experimental painting. Thus, pop and politics, caricatural figures and dizzy paintings are recurrent and merge into an arousing amalgam.

ACHIM DUCHOW

Known for his multifaced relation with artistic practices, Achim Duchow always aimed towards an ironic representation. Whether political or socio-critical issues, all were processed through his art. On a meta-dimension, Achim Duchow’s artworks play with different structures made of mixed media and complementary colours that come together into one work. The visual and emotional irritation turn quickly into understanding Duchow’s message, which breaks artistic traditions to visualize various problems within a society. As a photographer, Duchow’s work focuses on a documentary approach. He preferred deeper researches and experiences, as seen in his Japan trip “In search of Japan”.

In the 1970's Achim Duchow (1948-1993) was a student at the HbK art academy in Hamburg. Legendary exhibitions like the ones at the Westfälischen Kunstverein in Münster (1973), the Kunstverein Kiel (1975), the Biennale in Sao Paulo (1975) and the Kasseler Kunstverein (1977) show the very effective collaborations with institutions. In Willich, a small and creative town near Düsseldorf, where Duchow and Polke lived and worked temporarily, a productive atmosphere dominated amongst excessive parties and a provocative socio-critical irony. This sentiment of the late 1970's is represented humorously in the artist’s experimental painting. Thus, pop and politics, caricatural figures and dizzy paintings are recurrent and merge into an arousing amalgam.

Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
+49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 27
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
+49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm

 +49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
+49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Königsallee 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Mon-Fri: 10-7 pm, Sat: 10-6 pm
+49-211-82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Hohe Straße 53

40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

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Tue—Fri: 10-5pm, Sat: 11–5 pm

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Hohe Straße 53

40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Tue—Fri: 10-5pm, Sat: 11-5 pm

+49-211-86817272
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Hohe Straße 53

40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Tue—Fri: 10-5 pm, Sat: 11-6 pm

+49-211-86817272
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Hohe Straße 53

40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Tue-Fri: 10-5 pm, Sat: 11-5 pm
+49-211-86817272
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Hohe Straße 53

40213 Düsseldorf, Germany

Opening hours
Tue—Fri: 10-5pm, Sat: 11-5 pm
+49-211-86817272
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Schöneberger Ufer 71,
10785 Berlin, Germany

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+49-30-23005133
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Schöneberger Ufer 71,
10785 Berlin, Germany

Opening hours
Tue-Sat: 10–6 pm

+49-30-23005133
berlin(at)setareh-gallery.com

Schöneberger Ufer 71,
10785 Berlin, Germany

Opening hours
Tue-Sat: 10–6 pm

+49-30-23005133
berlin(at)setareh-gallery.com

Schöneberger Ufer 71,
10785 Berlin, Germany

Opening hours
Tue-Sat: 10–6 pm
+49-30-23005133
berlin(at)setareh-gallery.com

Schöneberger Ufer 71,
10785 Berlin, Germany

Opening hours
Tue-Sat: 10–6 pm
+49-30-23005133
berlin(at)setareh-gallery.com