THE LUMAS TEAM. OUR FAVORITES
Sassy, confident, sensual and pretty direct – Peperina Magenta’s new zesty work is a real aloha to the art of sampling and the acrobatics of form.
Andrea Engelhardt | LUMAS CURATOR
The ambience of light in George Karbus’ work is truly magical. The rays of light seem to emanate from the depths of the dark sea and create a backdrop for the artful portrayal of the dolphins.
Ewa Russak-Kaiser | LUMAS GALLERY Berlin Mitte
Ysabel LeMay literally makes my heart race. Her impressive compositions are bursting with baroque opulence and beauty.
Sandy Kühnel-Dietrich | LUMAS GALLERY Stuttgart
The major cities in Sabine Wild’s work abound with dynamism. It’s fascinating to me how she cracks open existing structures and transforms them into new, emotionally charged forms.
Christiane Settele | LUMAS GALLERY Munich
Horst Klemm simply takes my breath away. In this delicate blackand- white picture, the tiger achieves timeless, majestic dignity – nature photography at its best.
Annekatrin Heck | LUMAS GALLERY Hanover
In Neff's work, I instantly feel a sea breeze on my skin and sand between my toes. No one else captures the holiday atmosphere better than he does.
Lauren Colonna | LUMAS GALLERY New York
Pep Ventosa is my all-time favourite. His works are charged with immense power and inspire me time after time.
André Gohlke | LUMAS GALLERY Berlin Ku’damm
I most enjoy travelling to Venice with Daniel Zielske. There are no tourists and crowds in his work, simply Venetian elegance.
Christoph Bamberg | LUMAS CURATOR