Heike Weber is a German Postwar & Contemporary artist born in Siegen, Germany, in 1962. Heike studied graphics design at FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences in Germany and graduated in 1986. Weber had a lectureship tenure at the Department of Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. She accepted different scholarships from various institutions in Germany and worldwide until she took up a lecturing role at the Academy of Fine Arts, Stuttgart, Germany.
Heike Weber’s art has been exhibited in different galleries around the world. I Can Watch My Thoughts Evolving was exhibited in Berlin, Germany, in 2009. Other solo exhibitions have been at the Arter in Istanbul, Goethe Institut in Toronto, Le Salon Vert in Geneva, and The Pitcairn Museum of Contemporary Art in Groningen, Netherlands.
Weber has won many public art competitions and collaborated with Walter Eul on numerous contracts for public art projects in Germany. Weber was awarded the floor drawing contract for the Bloomberg LP, New York City, in 2016. Heike Weber won the Luise-Straus Award for Women in Culture in Rhineland in 2020.
What is Heike Weber Known For?
Heike Weber is known for combining different art forms to create unique pieces. Heike’s artwork can sometimes include day-to-day materials. Her art can take the form of a sculpture, painting, or drawing, depending on the exhibition’s location, with each one being a lot different than the last.
What was Heike Weber Influenced By?
Heike Weber was influenced by Moorish art. Her delicate motifs, attention to patterns, and overall aesthetic attest to this influence.
What Art Movement Is Heike Weber Associated With?
Haiku Weber is Associated with the Contemporary Art movement.
Heike Weber’s Artwork
Below are some of the artworks of Heike Weber.
Amor & Psyche
Black and White