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10.10.2023 - 01.12.2023

The exhibition REMINISZENZ is inspired by the city of birth of the artist Julia Rathjen. The artist, who was born and raised in Buxtehude, has captured her deep connection to the city and its maritime influences in this exhibition. The abstract works on display in this exhibition are able to capture the maritime influences as well as the movement of the water and the dynamics of nature. What distinguishes this exhibition is the artist's intention not to impose anything specific on the viewer. Rather than prescribing clear messages or interpretations, she wants visitors to immerse themselves in their own emotional worlds. The abstract paintings serve as a canvas for the imagination, and everyone can connect their own memories, feelings and thoughts with the works. This exhibition is not only about looking at art, but also about creating a personal connection to the city of Buxtehude and to one's own inner self.

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 10:00 - 18:00 

Die Kleine Fleth-Philharmonie

Westfleth 37 | 21614 Buxtehude

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06.09.2023 - 11.09.2023

The exhibition INNER LANDSCAPES showcased abstract art by Hamburg artist Julia Rathjen. INNER LANDSCAPES brought landscapes to the canvas as they were seen and felt by the artist herself and individually captured by viewers. In her works, Julia Rathjen made it clear that there was no "one", universally valid landscape, but that it was shaped subjectively by each individual. The same applied to the feelings and perceptions of each individual. The artist used influences of everyday experiences and processed them in her works. Visitors had the opportunity to discover the works at the Vernissage on Friday, 8 September at 7:00 pm. At 8 pm, multi-instrumentalist Chris Hanson provided musical accompaniment to the works and played a set as part of the title INNER LANDSCAPES, inviting everyone to stay a while.

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