Flaka Haliti (n. 1982, Prishtina) lives and works in Munich. Haliti studied at the University of Prishtina and Städelschule, Frankfurt/M, and is working towards her PhD at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
Simon Cantemir Hauși (b. 1976) uses drawing and painting as favored means of expression. The color palette of his works carries a strong personal mark, and there is always a narrative discourse, most often referencing mythology and tradition, which envelops his compositions with one or more characters.
Lena Henke (b. 1982) has studied at the Frankfurt Städelschule and at the Glasgow School of Art. She is the co-founder of the M/L Art Space, a collaborative curatorial project that usually resides in the streets and semi-public spaces of New York. Her artistic practice approaches, through sculpture and installation, themes such as architecture and periphery, sexuality and fetishism, as well as various forms of human interaction drawn from the patriarchal structure of art history.
In her diverse artistic practice, Camille Henrot (b. 1978) combines film, drawing, and sculpture. Taking inspiration from literature, mythology, cinema, anthropology, evolutionary biology, religion and the banality of everyday life, Henrot’s work acutely reconsiders the typologies of objects and established systems of knowledge.
For over four decades, Channa Horwitz (1932-2013) produced drawings, paintings, and installations using a rigid formal vocabulary of her devising, built on a standardized grid (that of graph paper) and a system of notations based on the numbers 1 through 8, each assigned its own color.