Eberhard Havekost

Eberhard Havekost

Eberhard Havekost

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Eberhard Havekost (* 1967 in Dresden) is a contemporary German painter based in Berlin and Dresden. In 1985 he completed an internship as a stonemason. He studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Dresden from 1991-1996, where he became a master student under Professor Ralf Kerbach in 1997. In 1999 he was awarded the Karl Schmidt-Rottluff grant.


Working from photographic sources – shots from TV and video, images culled from magazines and catalogues and his own photographs – he selects subjects ranging from anonymous buildings, trains and trailers, and modifies them to make inkjet prints as the departure point for his paintings. He often paints series of repetitive images to replicate the serial change of visual effect in nature.


Works by Havekost are found in the stock of the Museum of Modern Art, the Denver Art Museum as well as in the Marx Collection, the Rubell Family Collection, der Frieder Burda Collection, and the Tate Collection. He is represented by Anton Kern in New York and Galerie Gebr. Lehmann in Dresden and Berlin.

Solo exhibitions (selected)

  • 2008 Eberhard Havekost, FRAC Auvergne
  • 2008 Zensur 2, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden/Berlin
  • 2007 Zensur, Anton Kern Gallery, New York
  • 2007 Background, White Cube, London he was also a scientist. He helped to build the fist air ballon.
  • 2006 Paintings from the Rubell Family Collection, American University Museum, Katzen Arts......
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