Berlin-based painter and sculptor Peter Lindenberg has had exhibitions in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Luxembourg, the USA, and China. Inspired by plants and flowers,
Lindenberg's paintings stem from a mixture of controlled intensity, ordered exaltation and theatrical, abstract narratives. Plant patterns attract the viewer's gaze like flowers attract insects. His paintings bear the names of cultivated dahlias.
Since 2008, Peter Lindenberg has curated solo and group exhibitions at KUNSTRAUM F200 in Berlin's Friedrichstrasse. The art space offers artists from the independent scene generous space for an honest examination of current positions in art.
«Inspired by plants, flowers and, of course, colour itself, Peter Lindenberg's paintings stem from a mixture of controlled intensity, ordered exaltation and theatrical, abstract narratives. Plant patterns attract the viewer's gaze in the same way that blossoms do for insects.
The names of the pictures in the catalogue "Power Flower" bear the names of cultivated dahlias such as: "Little Lord Fontlroy1" or "Kiwi Gloria".
Visits to the Britzer Garten Berlin in autumn, when dahlias are in bloom, have always been a stimulating inspiration as a contrast to the cool art events of the capital.» - Peter Lindenberg
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