Henning Haupt is a painter and educator. His work explores spatial qualities within drawings, paintings and three-dimensional installations in a close relation to color materials and application techniques.
Haupt’s recent solo-shows are Farbe und Raum at Wenzel Hablik Museum, Germany 2016, Drawing Lines—Making Space at Coral Springs Museum of Art, 2014 and The Return of the Magenta at The Projects, Fort Lauderdale, 2012 and Young at Art Museum, Davie, 2013.
Haupt was a fellow of the Artist-in-Residence Program at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Colorado, 2016 and was awarded with the South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship in the Visual Arts in 2013 as exhibited in Who am I to you? at the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale.
With an academic and practical background in art and in architecture Haupt teaches at the Florida Atlantic University classes on Color, Material and Space and Architectural Design Studios. Previous he taught at the Technical University in Braunschweig, Germany.
Haupt received a Diploma from the Technical University in Darmstadt, Germany, and undertook postgraduate studies in the Masters Program at the Cranbrook Academy of Arts in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He completed his praxis-based Ph.D. on artistic design strategies titled Color Experiments—Integration of painted color spaces in an architectural design process in 2008.