Sabine Zache (*1938) – For her 85th birthday / From coast to coast – from Königsberg to Ahrenshoop
On the occasion of her 85th birthday, the Kunstkaten Ahrenshoop is organising a personal exhibition with works by Sabine Zache. On display will be free drawings and paintings as well as works from her professional life, including fashion posters, fashion graphics, silhouettes and architecture-related art.
Sabine Zache was born in Königsberg/East Prussia. After fleeing, she grew up in Dresden, where she witnessed the bombing and destruction of the city in the burning centre on 13 February 1945, and became a pacifist. She studied at the Fachschule für Modegestaltung in Berlin. At the end of the third year of study, she was expelled because of this conviction.
In 1958-61 she studied painting and graphic design at the Hochschule der Künste Berlin West (UdK), which could not be completed after three years due to the building of the Wall. Sabine Zache created numerous posters and fashion graphics for leading fashion companies in the GDR and later worked in the field of art in construction, among other things. From 1965 she worked as a freelance graphic artist and painter. From 1962 to 1990 she was a member of the Association of Visual Artists (VBK) GDR.
In 1981 she moved to her place of longing, Ahrenshoop.
Vernissage: 12.03.2023, 11.00
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