Christiane Löhr

Natural Sculpture

Christiane Löhr

Christiane Löhr, Little surface, 2007, 5 x 20 x 35 cm, Courtesy die Künstlerin

EXHIBITION

29.01. – 11.04.2021

Unprecedented in contemporary sculpture, Christiane Löhr (*1965) uses exclusively renewable material for her sculptural works. Her delicate spatial sculptures of various forms are built from materials like horsehair, grasses, blossoms, or seed clusters. She is particularly interested in the transformation process of her unusual source materials into delicate and therefore all the more daring spatial events. The former master student of Jannis Kounellis at the Dusseldorf Art Academy lives and works in Cologne and Prato, Italy. In her first institutional solo exhibition in Berlin, works from the 2000s to the present can be seen. All works are created on site and specifically for the rooms in the Haus am Waldsee.