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*1984

Europe

Leibküchler

Merav

4940

Artist ID:

Scholarships & Awards


2024 |

Nomination, Kunstpreis Sparkasse, Karlsruhe, DE

Nomination, "250 Prints for Caspar David Friedrich", St. Spiritus/Koeppenhaus, Greifswald, DE

2022 |

NEUSTART KULTUR: Scholarship for freelance visual artists, DE

Digital Mediation Formats, NEUSTART for Visual Artists, NEUSTART KULTUR, DE

Nomination, Art Prize of the County of Alzey-Worms, Alzey, DE

2021 |

PArt-Fond, Spiegelberger Stiftung, Hamburg, DE

Project Funding, DIS-TANZEN, Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, DE

2020 |

PArt-Fond, Spiegelberger Stiftung, Hamburg, DE

Nomination, President's Prize of the UDK (University of the Arts), Berlin, DE

2019 |

Recognition Award, Helmut Thoma Foundation Prize for Painting, University of the Arts, Berlin, DE

Nomination, Karl-Heinz Heise Foundation, Art Prize for Painting, DE

Nomination, BLOOOM Award, International Art Prize, Cologne, DE

2017 |

ERASMUS+ Scholarship Program of the EU

2016 |

Nomination, Dietzsch Art Prize for Painting, DE

Nomination, BLOOOM Award, International Art Prize, Cologne, DE

2014 |

"Young Talent Scholarship", International Summer Academy, Venice, IT


Selected Exhibitions


2024 |

"Fresh Legs 2024", INSELGALERIE, Berlin, DE

"Open Studios", artspring Pankow 2024, Berlin, DE

"Curtains", Kunstpreis Sparkasse, Karlsruhe, DE

"250 Prints for Caspar David Friedrich", St. Spiritus/Koeppenhaus, Greifswald, DE

"KUNSTHALLE NIENDORF–EVERYONE BUT CASPAR!" Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Hamburg, DE

2022 |

"SCHAUfenster a la Art" Art Prize of the County of Alzey-Worms, Alzey, DE

"Zwischen dem Nichts", Ortstermin 2022, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2021 |

"Producers Art", VAN HAM, Cologne, DE

"New Era", Art Number 23, London, UK

"Phasenübergänge_Vol. 2", Performance, Scharoun Interdisciplinary Project Space, Berlin, DE

2020 |

"Berlin Art Week", König Galerie, Berlin, DE

"Producers Art", VAN HAM, Cologne, DE

"President’s Prize of the UDK", University of the Arts, Berlin, DE

"Fossil Addiction", Project Space GG3, Gallery for Sustainable Art, Berlin, DE

"Quantum Reality - Micro Form Matter", Ortstermin 2020, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2019 |

"Salondergegenwart 2019", Hamburg, DE

"Das Bauhaus-Ein rettendes Requiem", Performance, Volksbühne, Berlin, DE

"Schaububinnen" Gallery CIRCLE1, Berlin, DE

"GRENZEN", Galerie im Malzhaus, Plauen, DE

"Wut/Mut", Der Heise Kunstpreis, Dessau-Roßlau, DE

2018 |

"Group Exhibition", Galerie Jean-Michel, Berlin, DE

"12x12", Galeria ARTA GRACA, Lisbon, PT

2017 |

"Cosmic Debris", RAE (Room for Contemporary Art), Lentzke, DE

"European-Japanese Summer", Galerie Jean-Michel, Berlin, DE

"Camping at Villa Grisebach, advances in sexual healing and other activities", Villa Grisebach, Berlin, DE

2016 |

"SPEED", TIBES ART AWARD II, Berlin, DE

"MuseumFLUXUS+ studis", Museum Fluxus, Potsdam, DE

"Eb-Dietzsch-Art Prize", Volksbank, Gera, DE

2015 |

"Alluvium", Neu West-Berlin, Berlin, DE

"Das Spiel", Ortstermin 2015, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2014 |

"K&K pushing B&W", OBEN, CfZ, Vienna, AT

"Summer Academy Venice", Palazzo Zenobio, Venice, IT

2013 |

"Überbleibsel – Reste", Ortstermin 2013, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2012 |

"Prada of Progress" Part 1, Spor Klübü, Berlin, DE

Brief Biography & Artistic Journey


Merav Leibküchler is a multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin, Germany. She holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts from the Berlin University of Arts- UdK and has a background in performing arts from her studies at the Matte Asher School for Performing Arts at Kibbutz Gaaton in Israel. Her work encompasses a range of mediums including painting, drawing, Installation and performance.

Her pieces have been showcased in solo and group exhibitions at venues such as the König Galerie in Berlin, Salondergegenwart in Hamburg, and the Museum FLUXUS in Potsdam. In 2019, she received the Recognition Award from the Helmut- Thoma foundation and was nominated for the UdK President Preis.

During her studies, Leibküchler participated in an exchange program at the Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa in Lisbon, where she immersed herself in the local art scene and gained insights and inspiration for her future work. In 2014, she was also granted a scholarship by the International Summer Academy in Venice, Italy, where she studied under contemporary artists.

Leibküchler's art delves into thought-provoking themes, drawing inspiration from a variety of sources such as philosophy, science and metaphysics. Her pieces explore concepts such as the nature of existence, the relationship between time and space, and the nature of reality and perception. Her work creates an introspective experience, encouraging the viewer to reflect on the complexities of the world around them and their place within it.


Personal Statement


My art serves as a vessel to capture the complex connections between philosophical, scientific, and spiritual questions. The fusion of these disciplines inspires me to create works that go beyond my conventional understanding. It is a process that explores the inexplicable and the unfathomable.

My work spans various media such as paintings, drawings, installations, and performances. It consists of an abstract, imaginary reality, forming a visual language of shapes, lines, shadows, dimensionality, light, and movement, with an underlying system that remains unknown. This creates an alternative view that feels both ancient and futuristic, playing with the mystery of life while questioning the hidden.

Through my installations and performances, I merge classical art practices with new media techniques, connecting different artistic disciplines. Through live performances, sound, and video installations, I strive to create multidimensional experiences that transcend the boundaries of traditional visual representation. This fusion allows me to manifest the unfathomable and give shape to abstraction. I invite viewers to confront and question their perceptions of time and space as they encounter a tangible representation of the elusive void.

Brief Biography & Artistic Journey


Merav Leibküchler is a multidisciplinary artist based in Berlin, Germany. She holds a Master's degree in Fine Arts from the Berlin University of Arts- UdK and has a background in performing arts from her studies at the Matte Asher School for Performing Arts at Kibbutz Gaaton in Israel. Her work encompasses a range of mediums including painting, drawing, Installation and performance.

Her pieces have been showcased in solo and group exhibitions at venues such as the König Galerie in Berlin, Salondergegenwart in Hamburg, and the Museum FLUXUS in Potsdam. In 2019, she received the Recognition Award from the Helmut- Thoma foundation and was nominated for the UdK President Preis.

During her studies, Leibküchler participated in an exchange program at the Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa in Lisbon, where she immersed herself in the local art scene and gained insights and inspiration for her future work. In 2014, she was also granted a scholarship by the International Summer Academy in Venice, Italy, where she studied under contemporary artists.

Leibküchler's art delves into thought-provoking themes, drawing inspiration from a variety of sources such as philosophy, science and metaphysics. Her pieces explore concepts such as the nature of existence, the relationship between time and space, and the nature of reality and perception. Her work creates an introspective experience, encouraging the viewer to reflect on the complexities of the world around them and their place within it.


Personal Statement


My art serves as a vessel to capture the complex connections between philosophical, scientific, and spiritual questions. The fusion of these disciplines inspires me to create works that go beyond my conventional understanding. It is a process that explores the inexplicable and the unfathomable.

My work spans various media such as paintings, drawings, installations, and performances. It consists of an abstract, imaginary reality, forming a visual language of shapes, lines, shadows, dimensionality, light, and movement, with an underlying system that remains unknown. This creates an alternative view that feels both ancient and futuristic, playing with the mystery of life while questioning the hidden.

Through my installations and performances, I merge classical art practices with new media techniques, connecting different artistic disciplines. Through live performances, sound, and video installations, I strive to create multidimensional experiences that transcend the boundaries of traditional visual representation. This fusion allows me to manifest the unfathomable and give shape to abstraction. I invite viewers to confront and question their perceptions of time and space as they encounter a tangible representation of the elusive void.

Women in Art

Micro Form - Matter “XxF”

1663

Art ID

2019

|

150 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

5000

$

Merav

Leibküchler

Women in Art

Micro Form - Matter “Xxk”

1664

Art ID

2019

|

150 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

5000

$

Merav

Leibküchler

Women in Art

Micro Form - Matter “XxG”

1665

Art ID

2019

|

200 x 150 cm

Oil on canvas

7000

$

Merav

Leibküchler

Women in Art

Expansion (Expanding Form)

1666

Art ID

2019

|

200 x 150 cm

Oil on canvas

7000

$

Merav

Leibküchler

Women in Art

Topological Visions A

1667

Art ID

2022

|

160 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

5200

$

Merav

Leibküchler

Women in Art

DNA (Tripychon)

1668

Art ID

2023

|

80 x 60 cm each

Oil on canvas

6000

$

Merav

Leibküchler

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Scholarships & Awards


2024 |

Nomination, Kunstpreis Sparkasse, Karlsruhe, DE

Nomination, "250 Prints for Caspar David Friedrich", St. Spiritus/Koeppenhaus, Greifswald, DE

2022 |

NEUSTART KULTUR: Scholarship for freelance visual artists, DE

Digital Mediation Formats, NEUSTART for Visual Artists, NEUSTART KULTUR, DE

Nomination, Art Prize of the County of Alzey-Worms, Alzey, DE

2021 |

PArt-Fond, Spiegelberger Stiftung, Hamburg, DE

Project Funding, DIS-TANZEN, Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media, DE

2020 |

PArt-Fond, Spiegelberger Stiftung, Hamburg, DE

Nomination, President's Prize of the UDK (University of the Arts), Berlin, DE

2019 |

Recognition Award, Helmut Thoma Foundation Prize for Painting, University of the Arts, Berlin, DE

Nomination, Karl-Heinz Heise Foundation, Art Prize for Painting, DE

Nomination, BLOOOM Award, International Art Prize, Cologne, DE

2017 |

ERASMUS+ Scholarship Program of the EU

2016 |

Nomination, Dietzsch Art Prize for Painting, DE

Nomination, BLOOOM Award, International Art Prize, Cologne, DE

2014 |

"Young Talent Scholarship", International Summer Academy, Venice, IT


Selected Exhibitions


2024 |

"Fresh Legs 2024", INSELGALERIE, Berlin, DE

"Open Studios", artspring Pankow 2024, Berlin, DE

"Curtains", Kunstpreis Sparkasse, Karlsruhe, DE

"250 Prints for Caspar David Friedrich", St. Spiritus/Koeppenhaus, Greifswald, DE

"KUNSTHALLE NIENDORF–EVERYONE BUT CASPAR!" Künstlerhaus Sootbörn, Hamburg, DE

2022 |

"SCHAUfenster a la Art" Art Prize of the County of Alzey-Worms, Alzey, DE

"Zwischen dem Nichts", Ortstermin 2022, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2021 |

"Producers Art", VAN HAM, Cologne, DE

"New Era", Art Number 23, London, UK

"Phasenübergänge_Vol. 2", Performance, Scharoun Interdisciplinary Project Space, Berlin, DE

2020 |

"Berlin Art Week", König Galerie, Berlin, DE

"Producers Art", VAN HAM, Cologne, DE

"President’s Prize of the UDK", University of the Arts, Berlin, DE

"Fossil Addiction", Project Space GG3, Gallery for Sustainable Art, Berlin, DE

"Quantum Reality - Micro Form Matter", Ortstermin 2020, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2019 |

"Salondergegenwart 2019", Hamburg, DE

"Das Bauhaus-Ein rettendes Requiem", Performance, Volksbühne, Berlin, DE

"Schaububinnen" Gallery CIRCLE1, Berlin, DE

"GRENZEN", Galerie im Malzhaus, Plauen, DE

"Wut/Mut", Der Heise Kunstpreis, Dessau-Roßlau, DE

2018 |

"Group Exhibition", Galerie Jean-Michel, Berlin, DE

"12x12", Galeria ARTA GRACA, Lisbon, PT

2017 |

"Cosmic Debris", RAE (Room for Contemporary Art), Lentzke, DE

"European-Japanese Summer", Galerie Jean-Michel, Berlin, DE

"Camping at Villa Grisebach, advances in sexual healing and other activities", Villa Grisebach, Berlin, DE

2016 |

"SPEED", TIBES ART AWARD II, Berlin, DE

"MuseumFLUXUS+ studis", Museum Fluxus, Potsdam, DE

"Eb-Dietzsch-Art Prize", Volksbank, Gera, DE

2015 |

"Alluvium", Neu West-Berlin, Berlin, DE

"Das Spiel", Ortstermin 2015, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2014 |

"K&K pushing B&W", OBEN, CfZ, Vienna, AT

"Summer Academy Venice", Palazzo Zenobio, Venice, IT

2013 |

"Überbleibsel – Reste", Ortstermin 2013, Berlin, DE (Solo)

2012 |

"Prada of Progress" Part 1, Spor Klübü, Berlin, DE

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