Andrea Damp – Plimpplamppletteren
12.03 - 03.04 2021
Andrea Damp subtly balances abstraction and figuration in her paintings. Her works are created in a sophisticated process of layers and superimpositions, which make the
sensual process of the painting’s creation palpable. With the use of figurative elements, the painter transforms her compositions into narrative, associative pictorial worlds that are characterized by atmosphere and emotional expression. Andrea Damp’s painting thus forms an incomparable link between the autonomy of colour and its ability to serve the image.
Andrea Damp (b. 1977) lives and works in Berlin, Germany. She holds an MFA from Berlin University of Arts, Berlin (2005). Selected exhibitions include Tertulia, Barbara von Stechow Gallery, Frankfurt (2018), On unfamiliar terrain, Landscape in painting since 1945, Museum for Contemporary Art – Hurrle Collection, Durbach (2018), Superposition, Anja Knoess Gallery, Cologne (2017). Her work can be found in public and private collections in Germany and across Europe. She is represented by Galleri Thomassen in Sweden.