Paula Kamps

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Paula Kamps (Colonia, 1990) is a young artist whose research and practice space out from the
paint, to the screen printing and the writings. After studying philosophy at Freie Universität Berlin, gets graduated at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Elizabeth Peyton and receives the master with Tomma Abts. His last exhibits: “Topophobophilia”, Gallery 46, London 2016; “When the landscape is listening”, Cappella dell’Incoronazione, Palermo, 2015; “Imagine”, Newcastle Space, Londra, 2015; “Painting of Today”, ArtSpace RheinMain, Offenbach, 2013. Personal exhibits: “My Vain Plane”, Kunsthaus, Mettmann, 2014; “Gone Home”, Lille Carl, Copenhagen, 2012. In 2016 takes part in the residential programme at the LESP workshop of New York. She lives and works in Berlin.


Triumph / study (2017), 36×48 cm, watercolor on paper

Charge (2016), 31 x 41 cm, screen printing and watercolor on paper

Access / blue (2016)
31x41cm, screen printing and watercolor on paper

Feedback (2017), 24×34 cm, watercolor on paper

Against all odds pt 1 (2016), 42×31 cm
collage on paper

Against all odds pt 1+2 (2016), 42×31 cm
collage on paper

Transit (2017), 21×29,7 cm
inkjet printer on transparent paper

Transit (2017), 21×29,7cm
inkjet printer on transparent paper

Transit (2017), 21×29,7cm, inkjet printer on transparent paper

Transit (2017), 21×29,7 cm, inkjet printer on transparent paper

Bestandsaufnahme (2017), 40×50 cm, serigrafia su carta

Bestandsaufnahme (2017), 40×50 cm
screen printing on paper

Cmecu (2016), 24x34cm
watercolor on paper

Courtesy (2017), 24x34cm, watercolor on paper

Moons apart pt1 (2017), 21×29,7cm, watercolor on paper

Moons apart pt 2 (2017), 21×29,7cm, watercolor on paper

Moons apart pt 3 (2017)
21×29,7cm, watercolor on paper