Visual Arts Bertram Haude

  • Bertram Haude © Red Gate Gallery
    Bertram Haude at Red Gate Open Studio in September 2015
  • Bertram Haude © Red Gate Gallery
    Bertram Haude at Red Gate Open Studio in September 2015
  • Bertram Haude © Red Gate Gallery
    Bertram Haude at Red Gate Open Studio in September 2015
  • Bertram Haude © Red Gate Gallery
    Bertram Haude at Red Gate Open Studio in September 2015
  • Bertram Haude © Red Gate Gallery
    Bertram Haude at Red Gate Open Studio in September 2015


Bertram Haude, born in 1971 in Dresden, is now based in Leipzig. He studied fine arts, education, art history and cultural studies in Leipzig and was a pupil in Professor Astrid Klein’s master class from 2005 to 2007. Since 2007 he has been awarded a number of grants and residencies. His works, shown in numerous exhibitions around the world, employ a wide range of different media, including photography, video, installations, intervention and performance. In 2015 he took part in the group exhibitions type motion at the National Taiwan Museum of Arts, Object is Meditation and Poetry at the GRASSI Museum in Leipzig and Cranach 2.0 at the Exerzierhalle in Wittenberg, Germany.


In 2015 Haude was invited to take up a visual arts residency in the joint artists-in-residence programme of the Kulturstiftung des Freistaats Sachsen (Arts Foundation of the Free State of Saxony) and the Goethe-Institut China. During his two-month residency in Beijing he studied with Mei Mosheng, a Chinese master of ink painting. He presented the works executed during his residency at the Red Gate Gallery’s “Open Studio” on 26 September 2015. They comprised 13 photographs on rice paper, mounted on silk scroll using the traditional Chinese method.