Brigitte Stenzel lebt und arbeitet in München und Freising.

“In my artwork there are works that no longer have any reference to an existing visible reality, although the technique is naturalistic..”

Brigitte Stenzel

Artworks (Selection)

Brigitte Stenzel studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. She is a master student of Anke Doberauer. She lives and works in Munich and Freising.

She is master pupil of Anke Doberauer.

In her naturalistic painting she deals with the subject of image, the iconographic interpretation of images, their abundance of interpretation and their transience.

This approach enables her to discuss their content and actuality. This makes it possible to impressively make the painting itself a topic and the recipient. This is a significant process, especially today, in a media society characterized by interchangeable images and post-factual reality. Their approach combines the questions which contemporary art, and especially painting, must address.

What is reality? What is valid beyond time? How do we fix it? Can I experience and express it aesthetically? Just to raise a few questions already at this point.

Brigitte Stenzel has exhibited internationally. Her works have been presented in Prague (Czech Republic), in Taipei (Taiwan), but also in the German-speaking area in Salzburg, in Chemnitz and of course in Munich.

Art studio visits

Take the opportunity to ask Brigitte Stenzel at the place of art production in a personal conversation about her work and to look at new works.


Artist in Residence, Maskat, Oman
Erasmus-Stipendium an der Academy of Fine Arts, AVU, Prag
Förderpreis der Antonia- und Hermann-Götz-Stiftung


Atelier du Cairo and Syndicate of Plastic Arts, Ägypten
Diözesanmuseum Freising;
Aki Gallery, Taipeh, Taiwan;
Berchtoldvilla, Salzburg, Österreich

2018 she created a work for the private altar of Cardinal Marx in the archiepiscopal palace. Works by her can be found in the art collection of Hypovereinsbank Munich, as well as in numerous private collections.



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