Profile: Artist group formed in 1998 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Members are Sophie von Hellermann, Christian Jendreiko, Matthias Lahme, Dietmar Lutz, André Niebur, and Marie-Céline Schäfer. Sites: hobbypopmuseum. hobbypopMUSEUM - A Selection Of Sound-Pieces (CD, Album, Boo).
2002: hobbypopMUSEUM: A Selection Of Sound-Pieces Cd, Düsseldorf. 2001: April: i. Italic records, 12", Köln. 2001: ST AP 00: Nanobots, Flesh records, 12", London. 2001: Midnight Mike & Violetta: Round and Round, Flesh records, 12", London. She is distantly related to film director Nana Jorjadze.
hobbypopMUSEUM portrait photo: (c) Jonathan Viner. hobbypopMUSEUM ECHO Monday 24th January 2005, 20:00hr. The sed artists’ collective hobbypopMUSEUM (Sophie von Hellermann, Christian Jendreiko, Matthias Lahme, Dietmar Lutz, Andre Niebur, Marie-Celine Schafer) is internationally known for its special approach to art exhibitions.
hobbypopMUSEUM believe strongly that in artistic collaboration lies something other than compromise, something uniquely valuable. hobbypopMUSEUM are instilling Hotel Ufer with their trademark collective artmaking; provoking with a careful balance of sincerity and antagonism, romantic optimism and painterly faux-naivety
OPENINGS: hobbypopMUSEUM. Everyone played at being terrorists when I was young, confides Sophie von Hellermann, one of the founding members of hobbypopMUSEUM, an insouciant German artists’ collective that dared to romanticize terrorism even in the wake of 9/11. This group of young artists-von Hellermann, Christian Jendreiko, Matthias Lahme, Dietmar Lutz and André Niebur form the core-banded together in 1998 while studying at Düsseldorf’s famous Kunstakademie. Not registered for artforum.
Thea Djordjadze, Christian Jen. Hobbypopmuseum Close. Are you sure you want to remove Hobbypopmuseum from your list? Hobbypopmuseum. by Thea Djordjadze, Christian Jendreiko, Sophie von Hellermann, Andreas Gursky.
Sound Pieces is an album by American jazz composer, conductor and arranger Oliver Nelson featuring performances recorded in 1966 for the Impulse! label.
HobbypopMUSEUM sprang from the genealogical tree that blossomed in their hometown. That watershed event not only integrated "autonomous paintings" into a literal consumer scenario, it freed the painter from the silence of his easel.
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|2||Der Fall Fleischer||4:27|
|3||Creation Of Beauty||2:05|
|4||Suflux Senegal Intro (Excerpt)||0:17|
|6||Gontarsky Suite (Excerpt)||0:48|
|7||La Chapelle Blanche Part III||5:34|
|9||The Life And Times Of Vilma Gold||1:11|
|10||La Chapelle Blanche Part V||5:49|
|11||We're Sharing Our Song With You||3:18|