current exhibitions

16.09. – 17.09.
23.09. – 24.09.
Open House – Atelierhaus DAVO
Hengsten 6, 42399 Wuppertal-Beyenburg (Navi: vor der Hardt)
Opened both Weekends on 16./17.09. and 23./24.09.: SA and SU between 12 and 17h
22.01. – 19.02.2017
Winter-Sonnen – BKG Studio
Hofaue 55, 42103 Wuppertal
Vernissage: 22/01/2017 at 11am
invitation card (pdf)

Open House  – Atelierhaus DAVO
Hengsten 6, 42399 Wuppertal-Beyenburg (Navi: vor der Hardt)
Opened on Sunday, 30/11/2016, between 12 and 18h
02.10. –  20.11.2016
“Die Erben Wilhelm Morgners” and Simplizissimus-Preis 2016
Museum Wilhelm Morgner, Thomässtraße 1, Soest
Vernissage: Sunday, 02/10/2016 at 11am
Award ceremony: Sunday, 20/11/2016 at 15h
invitation card (pdf)

28.10. – 13.11.2016
Ruhrgalerie Herdecke
Goethestraße 14, 58313 Herdecke
Vernissage: 28/10/2016 at 19h
Finissage: Sunday, 13/11/2016 11-14h
invitation card (pdf)

08.09. – 02.10.2016
“Leaves are falling down” – Osthaus Museum Hagen
Hagener Fenster
Museumsplatz 1, 58095 Hagen
Vernissage: 08/09/2016 at 18:30h
invitation card (pdf)

26.06. – 10.07.2016 “Die Neuen” der BBK Bergisch Land
Schwarzbach 174, 42277 Wuppertal-Barmen
18.06. – 26.06. 2016 Open House
together with Stefan Marienfeld
Hengsten 6, 42399 Wuppertal-Beyenburg
opening hours: Sat/Sun 12-17h and Tue/Thu 15-19h
invitation card (pdf)
12.03. – 30.07. 2016 „Klein aber Fein“
small formats from the collection of the Werner Richard – Dr. Carl Dörken Foundation
Wetterstraße 60, 58313 Herdecke
Vernissage: 11/03/2016 at 19h
13.02. –  29.04.2016 “Berge, Täler, Seen” – Park Weggis
Hertensteingasse 34, Weggis/Luzern, Schweiz
Vernissage: 13/02/2016 at 18h
invitation card (pdf)
21.11.15 – 17.04.16 A.I.R. Ausstellung
Kunsthalle Arlberg 1800, St.Christoph 6580 St. Anton am Arlberg
  coming exhibitions being planned

About the works

Dagmar Vogt’s artworks strike a balance between abstract and concrete painting. Space situations and silhouetted figures are suggestively recognizable. Print graphic and pictorial modes of operation are connected to each other and figurative motives play a central role. The distance from what already exists, the refraction of realities, the change and reinterpretation of what can already be recognized is of great importance.

The use of series is also very typical for the artworks of Dagmar Vogt. This approach offers her the chance to experiment, to vary, to try out and play through „connections“ – the positions of the shadowy  figures, the colorfulness of foreground, middle and background, the scale or depth to the figure-space relationships, the tension between figure-ground and color.

Therefore she creates new levels of artistic reality.