Ingrid Kerma

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Ingrid Kerma (born 1942) is a European-based artist.

She was born near Berlin in 1942 and went on to study at Reading University and Goldsmiths, University of London. She divides her time between London and Berlin. She has exhibited her work throughout Europe, as well as in Los Angeles and Toronto. She has two children, Stefan and Anna.

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2005
Blushing Brides, Broadbent, London
Kerma Paintings, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany
  • 2004
Special blue, Keller & Greene, Los Angeles, USA
It’s a wrap, Keller & Greene, LA, USA
  • 2002
Unbounded, Broadbent, London
Imker, Phoenix Art Center, Brighton
Imker, Galerie M, Berlin, Germany
  • 2001
Vermilion, Broadbent, London
Preussisch Blau, Berlin, Germany
Kunstbau, Pussy Galore and Friedrichstasse, Berlin, Germany
  • 2000
Imker, Sclater Street Gallery, London
Stiftung Neuzelle, Neuzelle, Brandenburg, Germany
Bahnhof Gusow, Gusow, Germany
  • 1999
One person exhibition- Broadbent at Curwen Gallery,London
  • 1998
One person exhibition, Berliner Dom, Berlin, Germany
One person exhibition, Schloss Wiepersdorf, Germany
Broadbent, New Burlington, London
  • 1997
Farbfelder Farbraume, Technical University, Berlin, Germany
Quellen der Freiheit, Wroclaw, Berlin, Lwow, Poland
  • 1996
Klinikum, Brandenburg, Germany
Das Magische Quadrat, Klostergalerie, Zehdenick, Brandenburg
  • 1995
Galerie M, Berlin Marzahn, Germany
Exhibition of Prints: Von Meditation zu Expression, Galerie am : Straussberger Platz, Berlin
  • 1994
Kleine Galerie, Eberswalde, Brandenburg
Zeichen in der Landschaft, Kesselhaus, Kulturbrauerei, Berlin
Works on Paper, Olinda, Brazil
  • 1993
Galerie Ursula Roevekamp, Zurich, Switzerland
Galerie Tallinn, Berlin, Germany
  • 1991
Galerie Ursula Roevekamp, Zurich, Switzerland
  • 1990
Galerie Unter den Linden, Berlin, DDR
  • 1989
Studio presentation - Chisenhale Studios, London
  • 1988
Studio presentation - Chisenhale Studios, London
  • 1987
Chisenhale Gallery, London
Richard Pomeroy Gallery, London
  • 1982
Air Gallery, London
  • 1979
Air Gallery, London

Education[edit]

Fellowships[edit]

  • 2005 - Artist in Residence, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany
  • 1998 - Fellowship at Schloss Wiepersdorf, Brandenburg, Germany

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