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My monograph NOBLE EARTH is out now!

Essays by : Ann-Katrin Günzel, Jurriaan Benschop
Design: Sichtvermerk
Softcover (two to chose) with open thread stitching and dust jacket, 23 x 29 cm, 136 pages, 125 illustrations, English/German, 38 Euro, published with DCV

If you like to pre-order a signed copy, drop me a line:  mail@trojnarski.com

The publication is supported by:


Group exhibition

curated by Dr. Ulrike Lehmann
with works by Ralf Brög, Astrid Busch, Helen Feifel, Gisoo Kim, Katharina Mayer, Conrad Müller, Martina Sauter, Berit Schneidereit, Stefan Sehler, Angelika J. Trojnarski, Markus Vater, Anna Vogel

Opening: Oct 13, 2023, 7 pm
Artist Talk: Nov 4, 2023, 3 pm
Finissage: Nov 26, 4 pm with Dr. Christina Leber, managing director and head of the art collection Kunststiftung DZ BANK

Oct 13 – Nov 26, 2023
at KUH – Kunst und Haltung e.V., Hansaallee 159, Düsseldorf
Öffnungszeiten: Do-So 11-18 Uhr
Vom 26.-.29.10. geschlossen


Book launch and talk:
NACHTFOYER Spezial at Kunsthalle Düsseldorf
with a launch of NOBLE EARTH on Tuesday, Sep 19

Ann-Katrin Günzel – writer, art critics, and editor-in-chief of KUNSTFORUM International – and I will have a conversation about the publication and my art.


Group exhibition

curated by Harald F. Theiss
at Wilhelm Hallen / Art’Us Collectors Collective during Berlin Art Week
Kopenhagener Straße 60-68, Berlin

Opening: Sep 8, 2023, 5 pm 
Sep 9 – 17, 2023 


Solo exhibition
at Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin

Artist talk between
Jurriaan Benschop and me:
Friday, August 25th at 7 pm 

Jurriaan Benschop is a writer and curator based in Athens and Berlin. In his book Why Paintings Work (2023) he navigates the diverse landscape of contemporary painting. 

The show run through June 10 to July 29, 2023.


I’ve been featured on the cover and inside kultur.west magazine’s February issue. The text titled ‚Was mich bewegt‘ is about making a difference. Specifically about my recent protest march experience against coal mining in Lützerath and about my upcoming solo exhibition in Berlin in summer 2023.
Words are mine, written down by Editor-in-chief Stefanie Stadel.


Artworks from my series PYROCENE have been published in the latest issue of KUNSTFORUM International, Arkadien in der Krise – Zur Aktualität des Landschaftsbildes, No. 284, with an essay by Ann-Katrin Günzel.


My artistic-scientific website Warm Breath is now online. It aims to raise awareness for the rapid and irreversible glacier melt not only on the Zugspitze, but also globally.

The future is now.


Group exhibition

with Axel Hütte, Felicitas Rohden  and Angelika J. Trojnarski
at Kunst & Denker Contemporary in Düsseldorf

Opening on Friday, Nov 4, 6 pm
The show is open from Nov 4 – Dec 18, 2022 



Warm Breath
I have just returned from an adventure hike to Zugspitze, Germany’s tallest mountain.
On top, I worked on a project about disappearing glaciers.

This inspiring project was made possible thanks to the BBK Bundesverband Berlin, who awarded me with the NEUSTART KULTUR grant for Innovative Art Projects.



I’ve been invited to research and work at Atelier Josepha in Ahrenshoop, Baltic Sea, in October 2022.


Laura Dresch from WDR Radio featured our exhibition in a radio broadcast you can listen to via that link (in German). 



The video project was kindly supported by Deutscher Künstlerbund e.V. and NEUSTART KULTUR.

Angelika J. Trojnarski
with Filip Jacobson
Athens 2021-2022, 05:09 min, HD

DORMANCY is an artistic documentation of the breathtaking wildfires around Athens and the Greek island of Euboea during summer of 2021, showing destroyed ancient pine forests in ankle-deep layers of white, gray, and black ashes. The burned areas extend to the horizon and beyond, allowing only just a fractional view of the whole. In the midst of this ecological devastation we stumble upon fresh sprouts, green shoots, and therefore glimmers of hope for a future to come.

DORMANCY connotes the local Greek wildfires with current global fires in Alaska, Greenland, and Siberia on record-breaking scales which are directly related to climate change.
Whenever wildfires occur too violently, too frequently, in the wrong place or at an unusual time, this is a sign of the ecosystem’s imbalance due to human intervention. 

In botany, dormancy refers to a delay in development under unfavorable conditions and includes seed or bud rest.  


with Michał Smandek and Angelika J. Trojnarski
Curated by Monika Szewczyk
at Polnisches Institut Düsseldorf

Soft Opening: Thursday, Feb 17, 2022, 5 – 8 pm 

The exhibition runs from Feb 18 – May 04, 2022 and is open on Tuesday until Friday, 11 am – 5 pm.


I have been awarded the publication grant by KUNSTSTIFTUNG NRW for my monograph NOBLE EARTH which will be published in 2023.


Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin, is showing works by Kapwani Kiwanga, Angelika J. Trojnarski, and Anna Witt.

November 17 – 21, 2021


The portrait series UNRWARTET presents 24 selected artists who received the scholarship Auf geht’s! by the Ministry of Culture and Science NRW, Germany.
The large multimedia series  points out the enormous diversity and creativity of the culture scene in NRW.

Read about my art at Kulturkenner.de or visit me in my studio here (Firefox or Chrome recommended).

Text by Laura Dresch & images by Markus J. Feger


VAST art magazine features my work in the print issue No. 2 with an additional online interview Extraordinary Phenomena of Nature, US, March 2021


I have been awarded the NEUSTART KULTUR scholarship by
Deutscher Künstlerbund e. V. for a collaborative project with Filip Jacobson.
March 2021


Artist in Residence in November 2020 at CCA Andratx, Mallorca, ES.

Kindly supported by Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes NRW. 

During my residency I focus my research on the largest and most violent wildfire on the island which raged in 2013 and changed the environment until today.



Each line I drew by myself using a pen so each piece has its own unique character.
Available at Galerie Tanja Wagner, Berlin.

Waldbaden, 2020
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle, pen
40 x 30 cm, Edition of 50


In the current issue of EVOLVE you can read my extensive interview about art, physics and nature: Die Poesie der Analyse – EVOLVE No. 26.

„In her work, Angelika J. Trojnarski combines thorough research on physical and biological phenomena with the poetic expression of art. She is moved by boundless curiosity and the desire to awaken recognition and love in people. We spoke to the artist about this scientific-artistic research process.“


The edition was published on the occasion of the exhibition Biophilia. 100% of all proceeds are donated to Greenpeace. The sale contributes to the reforestation of the Amazon rainforest, strengthens the voice of the indigenous tribes there, and supports Greenpeace‘s  impact in that region.


The edition is published jointly by Kunst & Denker Contemporary, Flora & Fauna, and Pinehouse. 

Please support us and get a wonderful artwork. Write to mail@trojnarski.com.


Amazon Edition, 2019
Inkjet print on archival paper
21 x 29,7 cm, Edition of 200
Numbered and signed, each 100,00 €


Newspaper article in the Westdeutsche Zeitung


My first artist book UNIVERSELL!
Published by Lepsien Art Foundation, Luxemburg.

The publication is a limited edition of 150 copies and every book has a unique character. 

It is a small piece of art itself:
Size: 39 x 29 cm, 40 individually combinable images, based on original bleachings, particullary overlaid by a second print,
manually colored edges, in a jacket of grey paperbaoard, title stamped by hand, hold together with magnets, signed and numbered, each 110 €.

Write to mail@trojnarski.com if you would like to have a copy.


Neue Galerie Gladbeck turned 10 in November 2019 and is celebrating its anniversary with a publication. Among others the book contains my solo exhibition HC SVNT DRACONES from 2013 and is available at Verlag Kettler.
Essay by Christoph Tannert, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin.


ARTFORUM International reviews my exhibition The Rising at Galerie Tanja Wagner in Berlin.
Essay by Jurriaan Benschop.


My video portrait is online
3 minutes : 3 questions : 3 answers

PPPortrait is a video project about artists living and working in Düsseldorf.


The German art magazine published a feature of me Kugelblitz und Parabolschüssel. The article reflects my philosophy concerning the creative parallels in art and science and how they blend into each other in my work.