Lukas Kindermann born 1984 in Germany, lives and works in Munich (DE)
From 2005 to 2010 Lukas studied at the Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (ZKM) with Anna Jermolaewa, Nira Pereg and Aernout Mik and between 2010 and 2013 at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich with Peter Kogler. Between 2014 and 2019 he teached as assistant teacher with Peter Kogler at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. Lukas was visiting teacher for the KUNO Art programme at the Klaipėda Faculty of Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania and hold repeadingly lectureships at the University of Television and Film (HFF) Munich. Between 2018 and 2020 he was part of the curatorial team at ERES-Foundation in Munich.
His works have been shown at Centre Pompidou (Paris), The Living Art Museum (Reykjavík), Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna), Badischer Kunstverein (Karlsruhe), Asmundursalur (Reykjavík), ERES-Stiftung (Munich), Kunstverein Wilhelmshöhe (Ettlingen), Haus der Kunst (Munich), Rathausgalerie (Munich), Gallery of Performing Arts (Prague), Akademiegalerie (Munich), Ve.sch, Raum für aktuelle Kunst (Vienna), Künstlerhaus (Marktoberdorf), Harbinger Project Space (Reykjavik), Broken Dimanche Press (Berlin), 'uns project space (Berlin), Verpackerei (Görisried), No-Festival of Video Art and Animation (Chelyabinsk), National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Saint Petersburg), Horst-Janssen Museum (Oldenburg), Safnahúsið (Reykjavík), Galerie der Künstler (Munich), Art Forum 3 (Freiburg), Raum Kalk (Köln), Kyrgyz National Museum of Fine Arts (Bishkek), Villa Jauss (Obersdorf), E-Werk (Freiburg), The Bookshop Projectspace (Skaftfell), Kunsthalle (Kempten), Kunstraum Super (Vienna), Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (Karlsruhe), Moscow Biennale for Young Art and others.
The Horses`Morning Bath at Calcutta &
Loading Sand - Pas De Calais: Threatening Weather
Newspaper, 40 pages, 35 x 50 cm, 2019, puplished by ‘uns artbooks Berlin/Reykjavík,
in Cooperation with Studio Studio Reykjavík,
Supported by Erwin & Gisela von Steiner-Stiftung, Munich
Ground Motion Recordings
Artist Book, 2017, 568 Pages, 19,2 x 12,5 x 2,9 cm, published by uns’ artbooks Reykjavík/Berlin,
in Cooperation with Studio Studio Reykjavík
Fragments of the Universe
2014, 96 pages, 24 x 17 cm, published by Revolver Publishers, Berlin
Between publication and exhibition with Lukas Kindermann’s Illustrated London News Editions, Erin Honeycutt for 'artzine, 2020 Magic Moments, Cornelia Gockel in Fragments of the Universe, 2014 Lukas Kindermann 172 cm, Philippe-Alain Michaud in Fragments of the Universe, 2014 Where idea and reality converge, Becky Forsythe in occasion of the Grant for fine Art by the City of Munich, 2016 Questions of Survival, Nira Pereg in Fragments of the Universe, 2014 The Scale of IT All, Erin Honeycutt for 'artzine, 2018 Composing thoughts on Existence from Fragments of the Universe, Ingibjörg Sigurjónsdóttir in Fragments of the Universe, 2014 On the Possibility of Alpine Photography, Susan Funk in occasion of an public art project for The Bavarian State Ministry of Education, Science and the Arts, 2013
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Studio Studio (Arnar Freyr Guðmundsson, Birna Geirfinnsdóttir) with Ívar Björnsson
Jón Gabríel Lorange