Lerke Nennemann is a German artist who grew up in Hamburg, but has now moved her studio to Berlin.
Her work focuses on the dynamic relationship between form, color, proportion, structure, and a diversification of techniques and materials. Through this focus she tries to generate an emotion, a sensation, and surprise in the viewer. Some works are planned and conceptualized in detail, others are created on a whim and leave room for spontaneity and chance. It is also through this joy of experimentation that her work is driven forward, forming new avenues of creativity.
Her work consists mainly of abstract paintings on large-scale canvas, as well as smaller studies on paper. Recently, sculptures have also become a part of her repertoire and area of interest.
Münchner Merkur 2021
group K-Oz Gallery, Hamburg (DE) ’17
group ArtNumber23, Online ’21
group Johnnie Walker Art Walk, Hamburg (DE) ’21
group 100 Blickwinkel, Millerntor Gallery, Hamburg (DE) ’21
group ArtMUC, Munich (DE) ’21
group Rugs for Water, MeetFrida Art Space, Hamburg (DE) ’22