Friedrich Andreoni

Friedrich Andreoni is an Italian-German artist born on the verge of the last century, who grew up between the Middle East and Europe. Andreoni works across multiple media including sculpture, sound, installation, performative acts, and video. His artistic approach gained shape under the influence of Hannes Brunner, Susan Philipsz, Ulrike Mohr and artists from the Raster Media group (aka Raster Noton). From 2020 to 2022 he was granted a fellowship from the DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service and the Art Institute of Chicago, which brought him to research two years in the Sound department of the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. During this time he also worked with ESS (Experimental Sound Studio Chicago). Andreoni is a member of the Stu­dien­stif­tung des deutsch­en Vol­kes since 2018. His project SHIFT (2021-22) was presented within the official program of the 4th Chicago Architecture Biennial: The Available City and received a special mention for the Pontifical Vatican Academies Prize – Virtuosi del Pantheon, as the only visual artist among several architecture studios. In 2023 Andreoni received the DucatoPrize Academy Award. Friedrich Andreoni’s works can be found in public and private collections.

Currently, Friedrich is official Meisterschüler of Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz in Dresden, Germany. There, he is investigating ways of thinking about space beyond the physical object.

 

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Solo exhibitions
2021: ‘SHIFT’ onl. show official partner program Chicago Architecture Biennial 4th edition: The Available City, IL, United States
2021: ‘,please come home’ Bait15, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
2021: ‘Florida I Thought I Saw You’ Parkhaus15, Orlando, FL, United States
2020: ‘Parallele Prozesse’ Lobe Block, Berlin, Germany

Work in public space
2021: ‘Untitled’, Woodstock, Illinois, United States (Permanent work)
2020: ‘Arcate’, Tricase Porto, Italy
2018: ‘Spitzbögen-Labyrinth’ Rotary Club Bad Saarow, Germany (Permanent public work)
2017: ‘Entfernungen’, Kastela Art Center, Athens, Greece (Permanent public work)

Group exhibitions (selection)
2023: ‘Ducato ArtPrize Auswahl Ausstellung’, Volumnia Space, Piacenza
2023: ‘Archive of Upcoming’ ehemaliger Georg Knorr-Bremse Archiv, Berlin
2023: ‘BRUTALISM x TYME’ LOBE Block, Berlin
2022: ‘K/eIN Kollektiv+1’ Delphi Space, Freiburg
2021: ‘(dis)placement’ SAIC, Chicago
2021: ‘EPICENTROOM audiovisual art festival’ Pushkinskaya-10 Art Center, St Petersburg
2021: ‘Ipso Facto’ Kühlhaus, Berlin
2021: ‘Come Here, I Want To See You’ Canopy exhibition space, Malmö ‘Street walk and talk’ West Loop, Chicago
2020: ‘3 Speakers 3 Sounds 3 Artists’ Großer Wasserspeicher, Berlin ‘Not Cancelled’ Weserhalle, Berlin
2019: ‘Hinterm Wald’ Berlin Art Week, Berlin ‘Rausch – Begehungen Festival’, Chemnitz
2019: ‘Transformart’, Berlin
2019: ‘ArtZagreb: True lies for singled freedom’, Zagreb, Croatia
2019: ‘Linea’, Pinacoteca Comunale di Arte Contemporanea, Ruvo di Puglia ‘Can I pay with cash’, Alexander Studios, London
2019: ‘Wechselraum’, Meinblau Projektraum, Berlin
2018: ‘Kookoo – There is Thunder in our hearts’, Ohm Club, Berlin (Art in a club context)
2018: ‘Hinterm Wald’, Agora Collective, Berlin
2017: ‘Synaesthesia’, Bunker; Wiensowski & Harbord, Berlin
2014: ‘Stars. Sguardi sonori’, Museum Pietro Canonica, Rome

Artist Residencies
2022: Alba Sonic Arts Residency Experimental Sound Studio, Chicago, IL, United States
2020: B.R.A.C.T. Tricase, Italy
2019: Begehungen Chemnitz, Germany
2019: Apulia Center for Art and Technology Linea Festival, Italy

Prizes / Scholarships (Selection)
2023: DucatoPrize Academy Award
2022: Special mention Pontifical Academies Prize 2022 – Virtuosi del Pantheon
2022: Stiftung Kunstfonds NEUSTART KULTUR
2021: Theodor Pfizer-Stiftung Award
2021: Graduate Dean Professional Development Award
2020: DAAD – Scholarship for education and training abroad (North America)
2020: School of the Art Institute of Chicago Merit Scholarship
2019: Apulia Center for Art and Technology Preis
2018: Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German Academic Scholarship Foundation)

Educations
2022: Master Student of Susan Philipsz – Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Germany
2020-2022: Master Fine Arts Sound at SAIC – School of the Art Institute of Chicago, United States
2019: Guest student by Susan Philipsz at Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Germany
2019: Erasmus (Exchange program) at UAL Chelsea College of Arts London, United Kingdom
2015-2020: Diploma of Fine Arts at Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin by Hannes Brunner & Ulrike Mohr, Germany

 

Social:
Website / SHIFT (2021-2022) / Archive-FA / Youtube Channel

 

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