Art Touches Art

“Art Touches Art – Overview”

O: “How it came to Art Touches Art

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Hello, I am Renate Hugel. Under the category „Art Touches Art“ you get to know how it had happened that my spontaneous idea had become a new reality, just by having pronounced it loudly – and which persons had got involved step by step: 

  • The Birth of an Idea
  • Note of Thanks
  • Chronology of the Past History

This is the start which you find by completely scrolling back.

Renate Hugel

I: “The Symposium”

The Symposium had taken place from July 15th – August 12th  in the year 2000 to the topic:Attempt of an Encounter: Native American Artists – European Artists: Project, Symposium, Exhibitions

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For the Welcoming: „Art in the Teepee-Skeleton“

Partial construction of our (Quintum) origin installation „Pyramid Room“, rededicated to an indicated teepee

Location of the teepee: „Atelier on the Meadow“, Rotenburg, Germany (Summer 2000)

Listing: The Contributions of the Artists involved

Ronald Anderson: Art Touches Art – Number: 1, 13, 19, 25 and 28 (Native American Artist: Chickasaw, Choctaw und Cherokee and a member of the Chickasaw tribe of Tishomingo Oklahoma, from Oklahoma, USA)

Sherman Chaddlesone (June 2nd 1947 – August 17th 2013):

Art Touches Art – Number: 5, 11, 24 und 27 (Native American Artist, Kiowa, from Anadarko, Oklahoma, USA)

Kelly Church: Art Touches Art – Number: 3, 12, 20 (Native American Artist, Anishnabe, from Michigan, USA)

As guest: Cherish Parrish: Art Touches Art – Number: 4 (Daughter of Kelly Church and then approx. 12 years old. Today: Cherish Nebeshanze Parrish)

Margaret Hettrick: Art Touches Art – Number: 6, 23 (Artist from Texas, at that time resident in Zeven, Germany; today, she lives already for some time in Texas, USA, again)

Heinz Hugel: Art Touches Art – Number: 7, 15, 21 (Artist from Bremen, Germany)

Renate Hugel: Art Touches Art – Number: 9, 17, 22 (Artist from Bremen, Germany)

Jereldine Redcorn: Art Touches Art – Number: 2, 10, 18 (Native American Artist, Caddo, from Norman, Oklahoma, USA)

Roland Schneeweiss: Art Touches Art – Number: 8, 14 (Artist, originally, from Bulgaria, at that time from Rotenburg, Germany; since longer again resident in Bulgaria)

Teamworks: Art Touches Art – Number: 16

The Farewell: Art Touches Art – Number: 26

                                                                    Renate Hugel

 

II: “The Return Visit”

The symposium (from July 15th    – August 12th 2000) had been followed by our return visit in Oklahoma from September 26th until October 24th 2001

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“For our Welcoming”:  An installation of Ronald Anderson

Location: A field in Oklahoma  (See to this „Art Touches Art – 29“)

Listing: The Contributions in Part II of the Artists Involved

Ronald Anderson: Art Touches Art – Number: 29, 34 and 42 (Native American Artist: Chickasaw, Choctaw und Cherokee and a member of the Chickasaw Tribe from Tishomingo Oklahoma, in Oklahoma, USA)

Sherman Chaddlesone (June 2nd 1947 – August 17th 2013): Art Touches Art – Number: 35 (Native American Artist, Kiowa, from Anadarko, Oklahoma, USA)

Willi Griephan: Art Touches Art – Number: 33 (Creative from Bremen, Germany)

Heinz Hugel: Art Touches Art – Number: 32, 39 (Artist from Bremen, Germany)

Renate Hugel: Art – Touches – Art – Number: 41 (Artist from Bremen, Germany)

Lamontt Bear: Art Touches Art – Number: 43 (Native American Photo-Artist from Oklahoma, USA)

Juanita Pahdopony: Art – Touches Art – Number: 36 (Native American Artist, Comanche, from Lawton, Oklahoma, USA)

Jereldine Redcorn: Art – Touches – Art – Number: 40 (Native American Artist, Caddo, from Norman, Oklahoma, USA)

Roland Schneeweiss: Art Touches Art – Number: 38 (Bulgarian artist with German roots, from Bulgaria)

Carol Whitney: Art Touches Art – Number: 30 and 37 (American Artist from Gracemont, Oklahoma)

Information: This listing will be completed according to the new contributions.

                                                                             Renate Hugel

III: “Community Exhibition in the Town Hall of Wildeshausen (Germany)”

In the year 2009, Heinz and Renate Hugel had organized a community exhibition: (of the September 07th –October 23rd 2009)

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After a cooperation of artists of the Bremen region with Native American artists, I have maintained the contact after completion of the project which finally led to “Art Touches Art”:

My Request of this Path:  Artist meets Artist – Art meets Art: – two worlds touch each other, – carrying strength in themselves but also burdens of the past, – though – by the power of their presence – having the chance of making new realities experienceable – and of making possible understanding: – By realizing the message of the other artist…

Renate Hugel

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Artists Involved: (Portraits: from left to right / Collage-Elements* of below face-up): Sherman Chaddlesone (Oklahoma, USA), Carol Whitney (Oklahoma, USA), Jereldine Redcorn (Oklahoma, USA), Kelly Church (Michigan, USA), Cherish Parrish (Michigan, USA), Margaret Hetrick (Texas, USA), Ronald Anderson (Oklahoma, USA), Renate Hugel (Bremen, Germany), Heinz Hugel (Bremen,Germany)

*Renate Hugel created this arrangement under use of one artwork (or some) of each artist having been involved in the exhibition (see above).

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