CLARA BRÖRMANN (1982 Duisburg, Germany) lives and works in Berlin.
Clara Brörmann's works are created by combining simple geometric shapes. The process of destruction and renewal forms the basis for the construction of her paintings. Shapes and structures are created and with the next action, they are removed or effaced. Paint is applied and then wiped off or covered over. Constructivism is itself dissolved as a result of the working process.
She studied Fine Arts with Prof. Daniel Richter, Prof. Anselm Reyle, and Prof. Robert Lucander at the University of the Arts in Berlin where she graduated in 2011.
Brörmann’s works were among others shown at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York), Kunstverein Heppenheim, SCHIAVO ZOPELLI GALLERY (Milan), Kommunale Galerie Berlin, Kunsthalle Athena (Athens), ticktack (Antwerp) or RL16 (Berlin). In 2019 her work was awarded the Sustainable Arts Award and in 2020 she was funded by ArsVersa Kunst-Stiftung.