Even the sizeable Berlin-Brandenburg Kunsthalle Brennabor was barely big enough for the recent retrospective of the artists’ work. Lutz Brandt is a master of grand scales. His large murals accentuate the urban landscapes surrounding us. For those arriving on the inner city highway in Berlin, a large work of his greets them near Funkturm, while other works grace the underground stations of Wittenbergplatz and Prinzenstraße. Sculptures and reliefs by Lutz Brandt adorn many public buildings.
At 26 years of age Lutz Brandt set out to study architecture at the Art Academy Berlin-Weissensee in the Bauhaus school with Prof. Selman Selmanagic. After graduating, Lutz Brandt became a master student in painting with Prof. Walter Womacka. Lutz Brandt worked and works as an exhibition designer, graphic designer, photographer and painter as well as a set designer for film and theater productions.
Catalogue for the exhibition at the Kunsthalle Brennabor, Brandenburg a. d. Havel, from 08.07.-19.08.2011. More information see Lutz Brandt.
Authorship: Jörg Aufenanger, Arno Fischer, Clemens Füsers, Günter Höhne, Ulrike Oppelt