Whether in completely empty or sparsely furnished rooms - light is always the protagonist in Edite Grinberga's paintings. Luminously captured on sometimes huge canvases, it sometimes sets the scene for a book, sometimes just a white room door. The inhabitants of her light-flooded rooms themselves are not visible, they seem to have just left the room. The viewer feels unobserved, can enter the rooms and come to rest in them.
At the White Pier
Evening in Börgerende
15 Years of Galerie Friedmann-Hahn
Art Essences XIV - Berlin Berlin!
Kunstessenzen - Sommer 2012
Gruppenausstellung Frühjahr 2011
Gruppenausstellung Oktober 2010
The artist was born in 1965 in Riga, Latvia, where she studied at the Janis Rozentals School of Art, the State University and the State Academy of Fine Arts until 1988. In 1990 she moved to Berlin. While she initially worked figuratively, people have disappeared from her paintings for over 20 years.In the meantime, the artist devotes herself exclusively to the observation of light. Her works are regularly shown at national and international fairs and are part of public collections at the State Museum of Fine Arts in Latvia, the Zimmerli Art Museum in New Jersey and the Museum am Dom Würzburg.
Edite Grinberga: Malerei 2009 - 2012