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Hardy Burmeier

1971 born in Detmold/Lippe
The artist is living and working in Frankfurt/Main.


1989-1992 Training as a technical design assistant (GTA) with simultaneous attainment of a diploma from the Carl-Severing-Kollegschule (Carl Severing Specialist
College) in Bielefeld


Studies in visual communication/graphics design at the Specialist College in Bielefeld; studies in painting with Prof. Inge Dörries Höher and conception with Prof. Karls Müller

1998 Change to the Hochschule für Gestaltung (HfG), Offenbach (College for Design). Studies in visual communication emphasis on free design, with Prof. Heiner Blum


Exhibitions (Selection)


Participation in a co-operative group exhibition »Festival of Young Talent« put on jointly by the Städelschule Frankfurt and the HfG, Offenbach, in the Trade Fair Halls in Offenbach

Participation in a co- group exhibition with students of the HfG, Offenbach in the DigitalART Gallery, Frankfurt


2001 Participation in an exhibition at the 15th Federal Competition »Art Students Exhibit« in the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn with the works »Le Grand Louis« and »Maschinenkopf«

Participation in a co- group exhibition of the Art Club Recklinghausen
With the work »Le Grand Louis«

Presentation of the work »Where« in connection with the Rundgang (circular exhibition) of the HfG in Offenbach

»Maschinenkopf«, individual exhibition in the Artists' House "Mousonturm" in Frankfurt

Group exhibition for the SAISONSTART of the Frankfurt galleries in the Kunstadapter (Art Adapter) in Frankfurt with the work »Le Grand Louis«

Participation in a sales exhibition in the Fotografie Forum International in Frankfurt with »Le Grand Louis«


Prizes & Awards


2001 Prize winner of the »Förderpreises für bildende Kunst« (Special Prize for the Fine Arts) donated by the Federal Ministry for Education and Research

1st prize in the art competition put on by the Kreissparkasse Recklinghausen »Digitale Bildwelten« (Digital Image Worlds) for his work »Le Grand Louis«