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Sophie Ullrich

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*1990 Genf, Schweiz
2011–2018 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, master student Prof. Eberhard Havekost
Lives and works in Düsseldorf

Solo exhibitions

2021 Piero Atchugarry Galerie, Miami (Duo, Upcoming)  
Nosbaum&Reding Projects, Luxemburg (Upcoming)
Lab, Evelyn Drewes | Galerie, Hamburg
2018 Tote Ganoven, Frappant E.V, Hamburg
  Caput, Narren Wachsen Unbegossen, Zero Fold, Köln

Group exhibitions

2021 Central Spark, Zero Fold, Köln
  Off-Space Tube Culture Hall, Mailand
  Nosbaum&Reding Gallery, Brüssel
  Messe in St. Agnes, König Galerie, Berlin
2020 Buddies, Reiter Galerie, Berlin
  salondergegenwart 10, Hamburg
Art Au Centre #4, Liège
  Nosbaum&Reding Gallery, Brüssel
Genius Loci 8, Setareh, Düsseldorf
My Tan Is Just Fine, Gold+Beton, Köln
2019 Kunstpreis Junger Westen, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, 2019
Just So Stories, Nosbaum Und Reding Gallery, Luxembourg
Vorstellungsgespräche, Reiter Galerie, Leipzig
Fabric Of Art, Kaiser & Dicke, 701 E.V., Wuppertal
Zweiklassen, Tapetenwerk, Leipzig
Planet 58, K21, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf
2018 Out Of Thin Air, Amsterdam
Plié, Klasse Havekost, Poleland, Düsseldorf
Mckinsey , Skyoffice, Düsseldorf
2017 Postpost, Gruppenausstellung, Halle 3, Düsseldorf
Proteinriegel, Im Goldenen, Düsseldorf
Neujahrversteigerung, Rathaus Düsseldorf, Rheinlust Agentur
2016 Fernstehen, Matrose, Galerie Golestani, Düsseldorf
Reproduktives Arbeiten, Klasse Havekost, Berlin
2015 Silberrücken, Klasse Havekost; Felix Ringel Galerie, Düsseldorf

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A comic-like stylized figure characterizes Sophie Ullrich's paintings. This protagonist, reduced to outlines, forms the interface between narration, abstract pictorial elements and schematic backgrounds in the paintings. The figure of the protagonist already formed in Sophie Ullrich's works during the course of her studies and has since enabled the artist to fill her pictorial worlds in every conceivable way. Surreal long limbs and frequent headlessness of the figure create a humorous impulse in the sceneries of the works.