Artist Member seit 2007
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Anne Radstaak was born in 1959 in Kleve, Germany. Most of the time she spent her youth in the Netherlands. Her fathers family is dutch. Allthough she allready wanted to become an artist when she was a 10 years old girl, in the opinion of her parents she first had to learn a real profession. That was a training in a hotel. For 4 years she worked in the Maritim Hotel, Bad Salzuflen, and the Frankfurt Intercontinental Hotel untill she started with arts.
Since 1988 she is living and working in a old tudor style farmhouse in a little village called Buch – 15 minutes away from the Middle Rhine Valley. In her barnhouse atelier she works next door to horses, her two dogs and a few other inhabitants.
Visitors in Annes atelier are allways welcome! Just phone before to ensure coffie and cake.
|1982 - 1987||Study visual communication at the University (FH) Mainz, Germany,
Graduation: Diplom-Designer (FH)
|1987 - 2000||graphic designer, art director, creative director in advertising agencies
in the Rhein-Main-Area, Frankfurt/Main Germany
|2000 - today||painter, artist, teacher for drawing, design and painting,
consultant for marketing, public relations and cultural projects
|since 2001||Solo and group exhibitions in Koblenz, Bad Schwalbach, Limburg, Nastätten Germany|
|2003||Foundation of the artist group Gruppe KK.|
|2004 - 2005||Own gallery "Kunststück" in the old town of Limburg/Lahn Germany|
|2005||Opening of a Blue Sculpture Route in the Blue Country, Nastätten Germany together with the Group KK|
|2006||First installation "Beschaulichland" showed in Nassau/Lahn Germany
human beeing - nature - enviroment
|2007||Performance "null komma nichts"
Performance "zero point nothing"
|2007/08||Foundation of "Artvoices against Poverty", an art project together with more then 20.000 people, who sent their personell art piece to Chancelor Angela Merkel as a sign for more social politics. The next date for Art deliveries ist on March, 1st 2008, check http://www.kunststimmen-gegen-armut.de|