Christopher Lehmpfuhl at Galerie Ludorff

Christopher Lehmpfuhl's way of working is essentially connected to the locations where he paints. But what happens when the artist can no longer go out and is forced to spend his time at home?

Christopher Lehmpfuhl, Orchideen im Abendlicht, Watercolour on handmade paper, 40 x30 cm

Christopher Lehmpfuhl, Flügel im Licht, Watercolour on handmade paper, 40 x30 cm

It's perhaps the most personal exhibition I've ever done at Ludorff. It will be a quiet, intimate exhibition, which does not have the same spirited and expressive expression as the other exhibitions before. But I think it corresponds very well to our time.

Christopher Lehmpfuhl

1972, Berlinlives & works in Berlin

Due to Corona also Christopher Lehmpfuhl's life has changed very spontaneously. He thus further developed his watercolor technique that he already began several years ago as a student. His Berlin apartment and the environment around his house have become a central topic in his actual work, as traveling and working on location still seems to be difficult.

Photo: Markus Pletz

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From mid-July onwards, Galerie Ludorff will be showing a small collection of oil paintings and - for the first time - around 20 watercolours by the artist Christopher Lehmpfuhl

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