|The Scientist, 2005, 140 x 180 cm, Acryl on canvas|
Vanessa Grannum and other artists
show there will be acryl paintings on canvas as well as pastels and mixed
media works on paper that were newly created or worked over respectively.
Struckmeier’s themes are forms and imagined rooms in which he moves
between figuration and abstraction.
G. Struckmeier studied at the Hochschule für bildende Künste
in Hamburg with Fritz Hundertwasser as well as Eduardo Paolozzi, who held
a guest lecture ship there at the time. In 1962 Nemo folllowed the latter
to London’s Royal College of Art to continue his studies there for
one year. After that he lived for two years in Berlin and undertook working
trips to Tunesia, Japan and the U.S. Struckmeier won the price of the
Amsinckstiftung; the Kunstpreis Junger Westen, Recklinghausen; he was
a member of the Kunstcooperative and was included in exhibitions as follows:
Deutscher Künstlerbund, Nürnberg; Kunsthaus Hamburg; Galerie
Brockstedt, Hamburg; Gedock – Aktuelle Kunst; Galerie Junge Nation;
Nordart; Osterwalders Art Office, Hamburg; Montague Art Galleries New
York; Salon dÀrt Nizza; Grand Cafè des Art aux Museè
dÀrt Contemporien, Nizza. His latest solo show at the Galerie S
(the Sparkassen) in Schleswig just finished successfully.
Shez Dawood (shez360)
Kevin Francis Gray
David Neat - Pralinenobjekte
Nemo G. Struckmeier
Gallerien in Hamburg
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