Christina C.-VanderMeer got to know the -Art of World- from another side. She understood quickly and conjured many works in harmony of colors to abstraction in a certain field of painting.
Painting allowed her to construct a serene environment. The romantic tradition, with its existential tendency to fathom the emotional, shaped the painterly confrontation of this artist with the hidden sides of modernity, its questionable, turbulent and often uncanny consequences.
After graduating from the HdK Berlin, she exhibited in many countries, such as the USA, Sweden, Austria and France as well as in several cities in Germany. Her exhibitions in Berlin were u.a. the Europa Center, galleries, banks, Tempelhofer Kunstfenster, Zehlendorfer Kunstmeile ...
Kunst hat die facettenreichsten Environments
A head portrait means going for a walk in a complicated landscape. All parts of the head have to be seen in a relation and never the nose, the ear or the eye alone are considered. Everything is related to each other. No part is detectable alone.
Word landscape is used primarily in two meanings. On the one hand, it refers to the culturally influenced, subjective perception of an area as aesthetic wholeness, on the other hand, especially in geography, it is used to designate an area that distinguishes itself from other areas by means of scientifically recognizable characteristics (geographical landscape concept).
Expressionism is a style of visual art, which emerged as an artistic movement in the early 20th century within the German-speaking world for the first time in painting and graphics by that explicit naming. In the Expressionist sculptures, the free use of color and form in frequent use of unmixed colors and in German-speaking countries the use of woodcut-like forms emerge.