THE LUMAS TEAM: OUR FAVORITES
With Leila Rose Fanner, I find myself immersed in a mystic world. Flora and fauna are transformed into spiritual ornamentation the likes of which I have never seen before.
Andrea Engelhardt | LUMAS CURATOR
The Guggenheim is one of New York's most iconic sights. Horst & Daniel Zielske lend it the timeless glamour it so richly deserves.
Heike Dander | LUMAS CURATOR
Mr. Pinkbrush is the embodiment of sheer energy and represents the finest form of street art. I simply adore the nonchalance and the array of styles he so skillfully incorporates into his works.
Linda Molnar | LUMAS GALLERY Paris
Peter Stewart leaves me breathless. The perspective from the interior of the gigantic urban jungle is quite striking.
Mira Bönig | LUMAS GALLERY Mannheim
And what is Batman after in one of the oldest libraries in the world? Who is he tracking down? Sebastian Magnani’s staging is truly spellbinding.
Ewa Russak-Kaiser | LUMAS GALLERY Berlin Mitte
Sven Fennema recounts the story of his abandoned premises in the form of a struggle between past and present. He quite literally makes walls talk.
Sandy Kühnel-Dietrich | LUMAS GALLERY Stuttgart
I simply never tire of Daria Petrilli’s female figures. They seem gracefully suspended between dream and reality.
Christiane Settele | LUMAS GALLERY München
Claudio Gotsch is a lover of the animal world of his native Switzerland. I find each of his works instantly convey a sense of familiarity.
Annekatrin Heck | LUMAS GALLERY Hannover
Christophe Jacrot’s work transports me in a flash to Bologna’s Piazza Maggiore, where I experience the nuances of light as if there in person.
Lauren Colonna | LUMAS GALLERY New York
Thomas Eigel’s works take me off on a journey around the world. I find the brightly coloured containers with labels revealing the particular routes they take, very inspiring.
Christoph Bamberg | LUMAS CURATOR