Empty street 2021

Oil on canvas, 40 x 30 cm
Influenced by the corona shutdown, the urban and architectural space is the central theme of Christin Lutze's artistic examination in this painting. She transforms the space into an independent figurative structure and directs the viewer's gaze to a white light house at the end of the path. This radiates hope.
Neither the perspective, nor the architectural constructs can exist like this. The perspective is slightly shifted, the plane is deformed. Nevertheless, this painting looks real. The special handling of light supports depth and illuminates hidden corners. In this sensitive work, light creates exactly what could not be so in reality.

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Christin Lutze



Born in Berlin 1995 graduation
 1995-1996 Stay abroad in France
1996-2002 Study of fine arts with Prof. Marwan & Baselitz, master student, University of fine Arts, Berlin 
1998-1999 ERASMUS Scholarship, Venice, Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, I
2001 NIICA – Scholarship, Geneva, Ecole Superieure des Beaux-Arts de Genève, CH
since 2002 work in a studio funded by the Berlin Senate

since 2002 awards / scholarships / lectures / residencys, regular solo and group exhibitions, since 2006 art fair participations, works in public collections and in private ownership at home and abroad

Gallery contact

Kunsthaus Klüber – Weinheim
AppleX Art – Perth Australien
Public collections:
Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin, Artothek of the Municipal Galleries of the City of Berlin, City Hall of Berlin, Bank of Karlsruhe, Artothek Vechta, City Hall and EWE Oldenburg, GASAG Art Collection, Hypo-Culture Foundation Rostock and others

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