The expressive, mainly large formatted and brightly coloured paintings of artist Bianca Froese-Acquaye leave no option to the viewer: softly but firmly they direct their eyes to the expressive compositions while making clear: these paintings develop a hypnotic life of their own.
With an unusual eruptive impulsiveness, Bianca Froese-Acquaye’s pictures tell stories from worlds of surreal dreams and feelings, from archaic sources of her own unique mentality and spirituality, talking through neo-cubist and abstract elements: a universal language which through its harmonic and predominantly pure colour compositions does not need translation.
In 2001 the well-known electronic band “Tangerine Dream” commissioned a cycle of 16 Paintings to the theme of “The Divine Comedy – Inferno/Purgatorio/Paradiso” for CD-covers-artwork.
Diverse exhibitions in Germany and abroad as i.e. (no full listing):
- 2022 GALLERY 238 (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – Solo exhibition – OPENING on 26th March
- 2021 GALLERY 238 (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – Group exhibition – OPENING in November
- 2021 Dante Society London – Group exhibition on the occasion of Dante Alighieri’s 700th Anniversary of Death – 3rd – 30th September
- 2019 Ballhaus Rixdorf (Berlin, Germany)
- 2017 Haus der Berliner Festspiele (Berlin, Germany)
- 2016 MORGENSTERN-STIFTUNG Berlin together with EDGAR FROESE
- 2016 Haus der Berliner Festspiele (Berlin) together with EDGAR FROESE
- 2010 Private Exhibition for special event in London (UK)
- 2006 URANIA VIENNA together with EDGAR FROESE (Vienna, Austria)
- 2005 Theater Brandenburg (Brandenburg, Germany)
- 2004 moq-ART NOW Gallery Berlin together with EDGAR FROESE
- 2002 DORINT Hotel Gendarmenmarkt Berlin
Bianca Froese-Acquaye lives and works in Berlin and Vienna. Besides her painting activity, she runs the music label EASTGATE MUSIC & ARTS (Tangerine Dream) representing the pioneers of electronic music TANGRINE DREAM that her husband EDGAR FROESE founded in 1967.
Currently she is organizing and curating worldwide exhibitions for the band: See ZEITRAFFER at the BARBICAN MUSIC LIBRARY in London
The touring exhibition project shall go via New York, Los Angeles etc. and end in Berlin with the setup of a permanent SOUND ART museum for the pioneers of electronic music. See Tangaudimax