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SAM Next: Heide Hinrichs

Nov 7 2009 – Jun 13 2010

Seattle Art Museum

Third Floor Galleries

SAM Next, the Seattle Art Museum’s contemporary art exhibition program, continues with works by German-born, Seattle-based artist Heide Hinrichs. She has transformed the SAM Next gallery into an imaginary topography that includes sculptures and drawings.

Interested in the way language shapes experiences and perceptions, Hinrichs subtly transforms a variety of handmade and everyday found materials, reimagining them as fragments existing within a larger system of relationships and perspectives. Hinrichs, who was born in Oldenburg, Germany, in 1976, studied at the University of Kassel and at the Academy of Fine Arts Dresden. She has had solo exhibitions in Ghent, Belgium, and in Frankfurt, Struppen, and Dresden, Germany. Her work was recently included in Manifesta 7, a biennial of contemporary art in Italy. Hinrichs currently resides in Seattle, Washington.

View a slideshow of installation shots.

–Marisa C. Sánchez, Assistant Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art


Educational Resources
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