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Europe

Brandenburger

Susanne

1138

Artist ID:

Solo Exhibitions


Alten- und Servicezentrum, München

Galerie Golart, München

Galerie Kurzparkzone, München

Galerie Landesamt für Vermessung und Geoinformationen, München

Galerie Lebensraum Kunst, Hohenbrunn

Hypo-Vereinsbank in München

Kirche St. Benedikt München-Westend

Kunstverein Regensburg

Seidelvilla Kulturzentrum München-Schwabing


Group Exhibitions


Autorengalerie, München-Schwabing

Blindeninstitut, München – Nymphenburg

Bürgerhaus Eching bei München

Fruchthof, München

Galerie Huber, München

Hohensalzburg, Salzburg

Kairos New Art Galerie, München

Kunst im Karre, München-Schwabing

Kunst in Sendling

Kunstverein Ebersberg

Landartprojekt Sendlinger Wald

Open Westend, München

Rathaus/ Schloss, Wertingen

Sendlinger Kulturschmiede


Publications | Prints


Atelierzeitschrift Kunst in Sendling (multiple issues)

Chefsache medical journal

Frauen in der Kunst Band 1: Ausgewählte Künstlerinnen vom Mittelalter bis zur Neuzeit, Fine Art Enterprise

Internationale Kunstzeitschrift Nike

Katalog 6. Internationaler Syrlin-Kunstpreis, Stuttgart

Landesamt für Vermessungen und Geodaten, Galeriekatalog

Brief Biography


Biography and Background

Born in Rheinland-Pfalz, Susanne Brandenburger initially took her first artistic steps under the guidance of the artist Paul in den Eicken and later moved to Bavaria, Munich, for a stage dance training.

Participation as an external member in a project by Professor Daniel Spoerri led her to study at the Academy of Fine Arts and graduate with a diploma in Applied Graphics under Gerhard Berger.

She received a scholarship from the State Ministry of Science and Art for a masterclass at the Salzburg Summer Academy under Professor Emilio Vedova.

This reinforced her already abstract, sensitively moving informal works.

Brief Biography


Biography and Background

Born in Rheinland-Pfalz, Susanne Brandenburger initially took her first artistic steps under the guidance of the artist Paul in den Eicken and later moved to Bavaria, Munich, for a stage dance training.

Participation as an external member in a project by Professor Daniel Spoerri led her to study at the Academy of Fine Arts and graduate with a diploma in Applied Graphics under Gerhard Berger.

She received a scholarship from the State Ministry of Science and Art for a masterclass at the Salzburg Summer Academy under Professor Emilio Vedova.

This reinforced her already abstract, sensitively moving informal works.

Women in Art

Quell 1

1815

Art ID

2003

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145 x 125 cm

Oil on canvas

4600

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Kosmische Kraft 2

1816

Art ID

2005

|

150 x 160 cm

Mixed media on canvas

4600

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Düne 22

1817

Art ID

2006

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125 x 160 cm

Mixed media on canvas

4000

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Verschoben

1818

Art ID

2007

|

135 x 160 cm (2-part)

Mixed media on canvas

4000

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Lufträume

1819

Art ID

2008

|

145 x 175 cm (9-part)

Mixed media on canvas

4200

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Spirit 2

1820

Art ID

2010

|

130 x 110 cm

Mixed media on canvas

3900

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Ich male 1

1821

Art ID

2011

|

100 x 160 cm

Mixed media on canvas

4000

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Sommerwald

1822

Art ID

2013

|

100 x 140 cm

Mixed media on canvas

4100

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Himmelstanz 4

1823

Art ID

2013

|

100 x 202 cm (2-part)

Mixed media on canvas

4400

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Women in Art

Fliegender Raum

1824

Art ID

2014

|

100 x 120 cm

Gouache sand on canvas

3900

$

Susanne

Brandenburger

Further Works of This Artist

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Artist Statement 


Space, sound, and movement accompany her in all her contemplative, intuitive work as a freelance artist in Munich.

Each piece is a step deeper and later higher into direct sensitivity and the creative spirit. Occasionally, forms of learned or unlearned signs appear, which correspond with freely moving structures.

The color space also interacts with the painting lines, like a dance of the elements, in an attempt to create an expressive togetherness.

Currently, Susanne Brandenburger is again working with natural materials that remind of drawings of freely floating mobiles in the space.

The tactile nature of the elements, which form a life of their own, occupy space and give it back. This concept is a purposeful engagement for the artist in further contemplating our life worlds.

Solo Exhibitions


Alten- und Servicezentrum, München

Galerie Golart, München

Galerie Kurzparkzone, München

Galerie Landesamt für Vermessung und Geoinformationen, München

Galerie Lebensraum Kunst, Hohenbrunn

Hypo-Vereinsbank in München

Kirche St. Benedikt München-Westend

Kunstverein Regensburg

Seidelvilla Kulturzentrum München-Schwabing


Group Exhibitions


Autorengalerie, München-Schwabing

Blindeninstitut, München – Nymphenburg

Bürgerhaus Eching bei München

Fruchthof, München

Galerie Huber, München

Hohensalzburg, Salzburg

Kairos New Art Galerie, München

Kunst im Karre, München-Schwabing

Kunst in Sendling

Kunstverein Ebersberg

Landartprojekt Sendlinger Wald

Open Westend, München

Rathaus/ Schloss, Wertingen

Sendlinger Kulturschmiede


Publications | Prints


Atelierzeitschrift Kunst in Sendling (multiple issues)

Chefsache medical journal

Frauen in der Kunst Band 1: Ausgewählte Künstlerinnen vom Mittelalter bis zur Neuzeit, Fine Art Enterprise

Internationale Kunstzeitschrift Nike

Katalog 6. Internationaler Syrlin-Kunstpreis, Stuttgart

Landesamt für Vermessungen und Geodaten, Galeriekatalog

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