Artists in residence, April 2024

Andrea Marie Breiling

Andrea Marie Breiling (b. Phoenix, AZ) received her BFA in Studio Art and Gender Studies from UC Irvine in 2008 and her MFA in Studio Art from Claremont Graduate University in 2014. In the Spring of 2021, Breiling presented her first solo exhibition with Almine Rech, titled,“I Think I Might Have Inhaled You”in Brussels, Belgium, her second solo show with Almine Rech in the Fall of 2021, titled,“Sweet Dreams of Rhythm and Dancing,”in London, and her third show with Almine Rech, titled “SWALLOWTAIL,”in New York City in 2023.

She has presented additional solo exhibitions at Broadway Gallery, New York; Night Gallery, Los Angeles and Miami; Achenbach Hagemeier, Düsseldorf; Galleri Urbane, Dallas; Sonce Alexander Gallery, Los Angeles; and Peggy Phelps Gallery, Claremont. Breiling has participated in group shows at Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York; SUNNY, New York; Collaborations, Copenhagen; Library Street Collective, Detroit; Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles; Various Small Fires, Seoul; The Mass, Tokyo; Jack Siebert & Caio, Los Angeles; Carl Kostyál Gallery, Stockholm; Blum & Poe, Los Angeles; Achenbach Hagemeier, Berlin; Wilding Cran Gallery, Los Angeles; and Night Gallery, Los Angeles, among others.


Claudia Larcher’s work includes video animation, collage, drawing, photo-graphy and installation. She critically integrates artificial intelli-gence (AI), utilizing it as an experimental tool for her art. 

Based in Vienna, she has presented her work in numerous exhibi-tions both nationally and internationally, including Annecy Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives in NYC, Ars Electronica Festival Linz, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Lisbon, Centre Pompidou Paris, Francisco Carolinum Linz, Gray Area Festival San Francisco, Kunsthalle Wien, Lo Pati Art Centre, Manifesta 13, Museum of Contemporary Art in Roskilde, Tokyo Wonder Site Japan.

Larcher has received numerous awards, such as the Kunsthalle Wien Prize 2008, the Outstanding Artist Award of the Federal Chancellery 2016, the Prof. Hilde Goldschmidt Award 2019, and the Austrian Art Award 2023.


Julia Llerena (Seville, Spain, 1985) studied Fine Arts between Seville, Barcelona and Florence. Later she completed a Master in Research in Art and Creation from the Complutense University of Madrid.

Her recent solo exhibitions include Caen sílabas Negras, Sabrina Amrani Gallery; La palabra, menos una, Cibrián Gallery, San Sebastián, Spain; In event of moon disaster, Fresh Window, New York, USA; El todo como objeto, RocíoSantaCruz Gallery, Barcelona, Spain; Estrato 0, Blueproject Foundation, Barcelona, Spain; Los lugares de un ardid, Hospital Real, FACBA, Granada, Spain; and Home, una cuestión global, INICIARTE, Sala Santa Inés, Seville, Spain.

Julia Llerena's work has been shown at the Biennial of Young Artists of Europe, Mediterranea 16, Ancona, Italy; MuVIM, Valencia, Spain; Contemporary Art Center of Salamanca (Da2), Salamanca, Spain; Espacio OTR, Madrid, Spain; Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art (CAAC), Seville, Spain; Spanish Embassy in Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; Espacio Odeón, Bogotá, Colombia; Espacio Minimo Gallery (Entreacto), Madrid, Spain; Laboral, Gijón, Spain, among others. Among the prizes and awards she has obtained are the Blueproject Foundation, Barcelona, Spain; Brecha Laboratory, La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico; Injuve Creation Grant 2015, Plastic Arts Circuits XXVI or the Production Grant of the Community of Madrid.

Jenny Brosinski

Jenny Brosinski was borned in Celle (GER) and based in Berlin (GER). 2012 Meisterschüler postgraduate degree Weißensee Academy of Art Berlin, Germany. Appearing in an easily and sloppy aesthetic, Jenny Brosinski regularly uses raw canvases to create large mixed media paintings. Brosinski is best known for her compositions of canvases with typical lightness and simplicity – while she deconstructs her canvas into new creations, gathering classic oil colours with dirt, dust, household detergent or machine laundry.

Her process orientated approach let us participate in her studio experience and she uses her fascination for materials, incompleteness and failure to create paintings which are often compared to minimalism, calligraphic aesthetics or children’s mark-making. Despite her openness and impulsiveness, her work is not determined by pure chance; She always remains in control and creates her own atmosphere through her perception, which she makes visible in her canvases.

In 2022, Brosinski presented her first solo exhibitions titled „Monkey Mind“ and „As Long As I Get Somewhere“ with her major galleries Almine Rech, in London (UK) and Wentrup, in Berlin (GER). This was followed by solo exhibitions with Almine Rech and Wentrup in Shanghai and NY in 2023. And an institutional solo exhibition at the Kunsthalle Emden called "There Were No Birds To Fly" in 2023 too.

Jenny Brosinski is currently working on her third solo exhibition with Almine Rech in Brussels in October and her solo presentation at the Oldenburger Kunstverein in November 2024.

Her works are included in several public and well-known collections, including Kunsthalle Emden (GER). The Margulies Collection, Miami (US), MMCA National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (KOR), Public Collection of the City of Gothenburg (SWE), Taschen Collection (US), Wemhöner Collection (GER), Flick Collection (GER), Busch Risvig Collection (DK), Kai Loebach Collection (USA), Ernesto Esposito (IT), Hannecart Collection (BE).