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Hella De Santarossa

2007: Exhibition “Chlorophyll”, Venice
“High-Counter”, George-Grosz-square, Berlin
Bust of Walter Sickert, ex President of the Berlin House of Representatives
2006: Yellow Landmark, Tessinska Palatsen, Stockholm, Sweden
Broken Glass, Heerlen, Netherlands: In Trans Luc IV, Glass obelisk with video- and light installation
2004-2006 St. Florian church, Munich - Riem, Trade Fair-Centre
“Rainbow” Chapel of Karl-Rahner-Academy, Freiburg
2005 “In Trans Luc IV” Exhibition,Glaspalais, Heerlen
2003 ÖKT, Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-church, Berlin, Lightproject on top of the roof
2003 ÖKT, Performance; Mata sapientae turns to Mata dolo Rosa (action against aggression)
2002 Participation at the Second Biennale, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2001-03 Concept of the windows of the Simon-Petrus-Church in Bremen
2001 Red-White-Cart, 3000 cm large and 160 cm height painting, Reichstag-Bundestag, Berlin
2000 Going ahead with three more windows for the Heiliggeist church, Heidelberg, and starting with scetches for additional windows
First price, Competition for the Expo 2000, Mary`s coat Christus-Pavillon, realisation
1999 Creating the world’s longest painting for the MSF (Medicins Sans Frontiers) in Dubai
Exhibition "Löwenbauten" at the galleries Vostell and Fine Art
1999 Workings for the rainbow obelisc in South Africa
1998 Wins first price in a competition for designing the windows of the Heilig-Geist church, Heidelberg, realized
1997 Exhibits her sculpture, Time-Needle, at the Documenta in Kassel; redesigns the casino in Stuttgart. „People come and passing by”, 200 qm
1996 „Transit-Station" Exhibition, Schloß Charlottenburg, Orangerie, Berlin
1995 Completes the glass obelisc in Berlin, designs new large glass projects
1990 Scholarship residence in Ireland, followed by guest professorship in Australia at the Sydney
College of Art and the Fine Arts School, Melbourne
1980-81 Receives a DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship. Lives and works for one year in Florence, which included a two month stay as guest at the Villa Romana
1979 Completes her studies in a master class and becomes committed member of Artist Gallery at Moritzplatz; Receives the Annette-Kade Scholarship and studies for one year at San Francisco Art Institute, with film as subsidiary subject. Experimental films produced there are shown at the Berlinale in 1981
1973 moves to Berlin to study fine arts at the Hochschule der Künste under Prof. Karl Heinz Hödicke
1967 Hadamar College of Design, attains the diploma for state-examined glass painters; the following years, she and her husband set up a concept-art-gallery, which exhibits Joseph Beuys, Jochen Gerz, Terry Fox and Klaus Staeck among others