Marianne Roetzel

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Marianne Roetzel (* 1941 in Waldbröl ) is a German sculptor .

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Marianne Roetzel initially studied at the University of Marburg from 1962 to 1964 and then moved to the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1964 to 1969, where she enrolled in sculpture. In 1968 she received the Poensgen Award. In the same year she passed her first state examination in the arts and advanced to a master class student in 1969. From 1969 to 1973 Marianne Roetzel continued her education at the Kyōto Art Academy in Japan.

In 1972 she became a member of the founding commission of the Japanese sculpture symposia in Sannomiya and took on a year-long teaching post at the Goethe Institute in Osaka and at the Kansai Gakuin University in Sannomiya.

After a long stay in Thailand, Indonesia, India and Nepal, the artist received a teaching position at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1973 to 1976 . She then went to Jerusalem as an exchange teacher at the Brezalel Art Academy. Further study trips to Japan, Thailand, Korea, India and Egypt completed her knowledge and work. From 1978 to 1980 Marianne Roetzel worked part-time as an art teacher at the Bergneustadt grammar school. From 1986 to 1999 she taught sculpture at the University of Siegen.

Solo exhibitions (selection)

  • 1970 Ushio Gallery, Kyoto.
  • 1972 Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo.
  • 1974 Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn.
  • 1975 Rhineland Regional Council, Cologne.
  • 1975 Kyoto Shinkogei Salon, Kyoto.
  • 1976 Gyda Gallery, Jerusalem.
  • 1987 Nordhelle house, Meinerzhagen.
  • 1995 Art Association Nümbrecht.
  • 1996/98 Signa Tokyo.
  • 1992/93/97 Art Cabinet Hespert.
  • 2000 Japanese Cultural Institute, Cologne, together with Nagunuma.
  • 2001 Kunst Keller Klingelpütz, Cologne.
  • 2001 Galerie am Turm, Cologne.
  • 2002 Museum Theo Kerg, Schriesheim.

Group exhibitions (selection)

  • 1970/71/72 Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto.
  • 1973 White Chapel Art Gallery, London.
  • 1974 Rheinhausen municipal art collection.
  • 1977 Art Workshop 77, Kobe.
  • 1995 Morsbach workshop
  • 1998 Oberberg art collection.
  • 1999 Hespert Art Cabinet.
  • 2001 Galerie im Turm, Cologne.

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