LLLARTS focuses on contemporary painting and sculpture while including photography, video and dance performances into our events. All positions promoted display innovation and authenticity in their artistic expression and uniqueness in their aesthetic form.
At present we feature paintings and :ModulArt by Leda Luss Luyken, sculptures by Gabriela von Habsburg and Ingbert Brunk as well as photography in combination with :ModulArt by Barbara Molteni and Monika Sedlmair.
|Leda Luss Luyken studied architecture and arts in Zurich, New York and Manchester. She worked as an interior designer in New York and since 1983, as a painter in England, Germany and Greece. Advanced studies with Alfred de Vivanco, a pupil of Emil Nolde and regular coaching by Gisela Sellenriek.||More than 50 gallery solo shows. Museum exhibitions at the Museum Grassi, Leipzig, solo show, ’96; Haus der Kunst, Munich, K01, ’01; Abgusssammlung Antiker Plastik, Berlin, solo show, ’03; Haus der Kunst, Munich, K04, ’06; Stadtmuseum Weimar, solo show, ’08.||Since 1996 Leda Luss Luyken developed :ModulArt as her unique form of art, bringing motion and change into the painting. Two monographs and three films document her work, lately the TV feature :ModulArt by Peider Defilla for BRα-ARD of Germany (2011). Read more on Wikipedia.|
|Ingbert Brunk studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. In the following years gallery exhibitions in Germany, France, Greece, Sweden and the USA.||Since 1985, Ingbert Brunk lives and works on the Cycladic Island of Naxos where he achieved unique mastership in crafting the famous pure white marble of Naxos at source.||Brunk is currently the only artist world-wide who works with marble of Naxos. LLLARTS features some of his best sculptures in its gallery P1 | arts space | Melos in Greece.|
|Gabriela von Habsburg studied philosophy and arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich under the guidance of Robert Jacobson and Eduardo Paolozzi.||Gabriela von Habsburg is best known for her sculptures of highest-class stainless steel which have been acquired by private companies and public institutions world-wide.||In 2000, von Habsburg was awarded the Arts Price of the European Arts Union. Since 2001 she is professor for sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Tiblis, Georgia. See more on Wikipedia.|
|Aurelia Baumgartner studied philosophy, theater and literature at the University of Munich (M.A.), followed by an education in dance at Iwanson International. Design and direction of full-length dance|video performances.||Aurelia Baumgartner describes herself ‘a philosophizing dancer and dancing philosopher’. Since 2001 she is director of the School for Contemporary Dance in Berg near Munich.||Since 2010 Aurelia Baumgartner and Leda Luss Luyken experiment with joint shows combining contemporary choreography with :ModulArt. Performances at whiteBOX Kultfabrik and ars24, both in Munich.|
|Barbara Molteni is an Italian architect and photografer who lives and works in Greece.||As an artist she mostly engages in landscape photography.||Molteni has contributed many pictures to the :ModulArt series local > global (2010), presented at P1 | arts space | Melos.|