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© Pablo Schlumberger
© Pablo Schlumberger

Pablo Schlumberger

Visual Arts

September, October, November 2021

Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kultur des Landes Brandenburg

Pablo Schlumberger, born 1990 in Aachen, lives and works in Cologne and Münster. In 2016 he received his B.A. at the University of Fine Arts (HfbK) in Hamburg with Prof. Werner Büttner and Prof. Jutta Koether. In 2018 he also completed his studies at the HfbK Hamburg with an M.A. under Prof. Andreas Slominski. In 2018/19 he worked as a studio assistant in the studio of Nicole Wermers in London. Since 2018 he works as a freelance artist in various media.

In 2020 he was a fellow of the NRW+ program in Münster and he was selected for the one-year National Fellowship of the Kunstverein Hannover, which he will take up in 2022. In 2019 he received a one-year fellowship from the city of Hamburg, in 2015 he was awarded an Art School Alliance Scholarship at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Recent solo exhibitions include Kennen Sie Köln? Ne, meine Braut ist die See (working title), Drawing Room, Hamburg (in planning), and Merry May, Galerie Genscher, Hamburg (2019). In 2021 he will take part in the exhibition In welchem Namen tun Sie es? at Kunstverein Klagenfurt (Österreich). In 2020 he was involved in the exhibition of the fellows of the one-year fellowship of the city of Hamburg at the Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg, and in the exhibition Times in Crisis in the Klosterruine in Berlin. In 2019 he was involved in the exhibition Realismus mit Schleife at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof and The Finest Bubble at the exhibition space YELLOW in Varese, Italy.

During his stay in Wiepersdorf, Pablo Schlumberger will work on new large-format paintings that integrate the relief into the picture as a transition from the classical two-dimensional panel painting to the three-dimensional object.