Inessa Emmer - Neosurreal wood Cuts

Inessa Emmer, 2020, contemporary art, contemporary wood cuts, large format, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, art curator, art mediator, Düsseldorf Strich und Faden, (line and thread), 68,89 x 63 inch, woodcut on nettle, 2020
Mongolia, 130 cm x 160 cm, woodcut on nettle, 2018
Inwertee with mustard, 120 cm x 170 cm, woodcut on nettle, 2019





Inessa Emmer lives and works in Düsseldorf. Born in 1986 in Kashstan, she studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy.


She has already participated in numerous exhibitions, including: Kunstverein Linz am Rhein (2021); Das junge Museum Bottrop; PRAC, Naples; Kunsthalle Hamburg; Kunstpalast Düsseldorf; K21, Düsseldorf.


Her wood prints are mostly large-scale works created on nettle with handmade stencils. All works are unique and show non-real surreal creatures or objects. The titles of her works are usually not in a direct context. They are own word - or sense creations. They inspire the viewer to their own associations and convey new fresh perspectives on the supposedly familiar to us everyday life, in the sense of "it could all be quite different".




Martin Leyer-Pritzkow

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