post-title Andrea Lehnert | Painting | lorch + seidel temporary showroom | 02.10.-13.11.2021

Andrea Lehnert | Painting | lorch + seidel temporary showroom | 02.10.-13.11.2021

Andrea Lehnert | Painting | lorch + seidel temporary showroom | 02.10.-13.11.2021

Andrea Lehnert | Painting | lorch + seidel temporary showroom | 02.10.-13.11.2021

until 13.11. | #3204ARTatBerlin | lorch + seidel contemporary is currently showing a solo exhibition of paintings by the artist Andrea Lehnert in the temporary showroom (Potsdamer Straße 93).

The exhibition „Paintings by Andrea Lehnert“ shows an excerpt from different series of work from the years 2018-2021. Small plein-air- and medium formats up to large diptychs in the format 300 x 300 cm, the latter mostly on raw, colourless primed canvas or jute.

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Malerei von Andrea Lehnert, Photo Eric Tschernow

The topics range from landscape, floral or animal motifs to figurative and portrait painting, but always combined with the endeavour to dissolve objectivity into abstraction, color space and color tone.

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Malerei von Andrea Lehnert, Photo Eric Tschernow

 Landscape suddenly turns into a volcanic eruption, a hurricane, a flood, a cloud fog or spherical ether.

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Malerei von Andrea Lehnert, Photo Eric Tschernow

Magnolia blossoms shine against monochrome backgrounds in all their delicate, ephemeral and beguiling beauty.

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Andrea Lehnert, Magnolias, 105 x 140 cm, diptych, oil on jute, 2019

Portraits of the American jazz singer Billie Holiday reflect the inwardness of the singer in search of the melody.

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Andrea Lehnert, Billie Holiday, 41 x 30 cm, oil on canvas, 2018

Lonely “table dancers” look like the last painterly snapshots before the dancers disappear into the color space.

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Andrea Lehnert, Tabledance, 41 x 37 cm, oil on cnavas, 2019

 The large-format diptych “Battle” (220 x 320 cm), inspired by a Rubens drawing, captures the furor of the horses and riders delivered to the battlefield, especially through the only sketchy figures.

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Andrea Lehnert, Schlacht, 220 x 320 cm, oil on jute, 2019

Fug itivity is a predominant characteristic of Andrea Lehnert’s pictures. Experienced things dissolve into imagination. Regardless of the motif, Andrea Lehnert’s painting approaches the nuances and spaces, the unfathomable and the unrepresentable.

Andrea Lehnert was born in Dortmund in 1974. She studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy and was a master class student with Siegfried Anzinger. Her work is shown in galleries in Düsseldorf, Berlin, Luxembourg and the Netherlands; In September 2021 she was represented at the trade fairs Positions Berlin (lorch + seidel) and KunstRAI Amsterdam (Nasty Alice). Andrea Lehnert lives in Düsseldorf.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 2nd October to Saturday, 13 November 2021

WHERE + WHEN? lorch+seidel temporary showroom, Potsdamer Straße 93, 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten, Tue – Sat 12:00 – 7:00 pm and by arrangement

To the Gallery



IMage caption title: Andrea Lehnert, Landscape Green, diptych, oil and acrylic on jute, 280 x 300 cm, 2021

Exhibition Andrea Lehnert – lorch + seidel contemporary | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin


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