Gustav Kluge


The painter Gustav Kluge (b. 1947 in Wittenberge, living and working in Hamburg and Karlsruhe) is a co-founder of Produzentengalerie in Hamburg, he taught until 1972 at Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg and since 1996, is a professor of painting at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe. In 2008, he was awarded the renowned Käthe Kollwitz prize of the Berlin Academy of Arts. Distinctive for Kluge’s painting is the immediate presence of his ductus, and a tendency to the dark, often threatening. His works have been shown in numerous solo exhibitions, including Galerie Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe (2013); Kunstverein Ettlingen (2013); Galerie Van de Loo Projekte, Munich (2012); Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen (2012); Galerie Bernd Lutze, Friedrichshafen (2011); Galerie Beyer, Dresden (2009); Galerie Haas, Berlin (2007); Museum der Künste, Leipzig (2006); Grasser & Grunert, New York (2002).
For Neuer Berliner Kunstverein he created four figurative paintings at the North Cape and in southern France, views of landscapes, streets and houses that capture the eye of the viewer by supposed interfering elements and by their distinctive color.



Baustelle, Promenade des Anglais
2012,
1.200 euro member, 1.200 euro non-member
sold out


Haus am Kuollavaara
2012,
2.500 euro member, 2.500 euro non-member
sold out


Kiruna, Grube
2012,
2.900 euro member, 2.900 euro non-member


Straßensperre am Kuollavaara
2012,
2.600 euro member, 2.600 euro non-member
sold out