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am stöhr
updated: 10/21/2014
website: www.annstohr.com
 
   
 
 
     
 
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Geodance
La Strada
Spare me the Roses
Punkass Trees with Orange
Going for a Walk Walk
Fictitious Landscape #2
Turquoise Bouquet
Neon Bouquet
Brainfish
In Awe
WomenReallyAreDifficult
Honey
Rock
Carscape
Stalagtites and Neon Joy
 
Portfolio Keywords:  biomorphic, collage, language, nature, narrative, books, organic, political, text, social criticism
 
 
Geodance by am stöhr
Geodance
Ink and Acrylics on yupo
2014
60 " x  81 " 
La Strada by am stöhr
La Strada
Ink and Collage and Acrylics on yupo
2014
120 " x  60 " 
Spare me the Roses by am stöhr
Spare me the Roses
Ink and Acrylics on Yupo
2014
35 " x  23 " 
Punkass Trees with Orange by am stöhr
Punkass Trees with Orange
Ink and Acrylics on yupo
2014
80 " x  60 " 
Going for a Walk Walk by am stöhr
Going for a Walk Walk
Ink and Acrylics on paper
2014
14" x  11" 
Fictitious Landscape #2 by am stöhr
Fictitious Landscape #2
Ink and Acrylics on paper
2014
11 " x  14 " 
Turquoise Bouquet by am stöhr
Turquoise Bouquet
Ink and Acrylics on Canvas
2014
40 " x  30 " 
Neon Bouquet by am stöhr
Neon Bouquet
Ink and Acrylics on Canvas
2014
40 " x  30 " 
Brainfish by am stöhr
Brainfish
Ink and Acrylics on yupo
2014
60 " x  81 " 
In Awe by am stöhr
In Awe
Ink and Collage on yupo
2013
22" x  30" 
WomenReallyAreDifficult by am stöhr
WomenReallyAreDifficult
Ink and collage on paper
2014
25" x  25" 
Honey by am stöhr
Honey
Ink and collage on Yupo
2013
18 " x  12 " 
Rock by am stöhr
Rock
Ink and collage on Yupo
2013
18 " x  12 " 
Carscape by am stöhr
Carscape
Ink and collage on yupo
2013
12 " x  18 " 
Stalagtites and Neon Joy by am stöhr
Stalagtites and Neon Joy
Ink and Acrylics on paper
2014
14 " x  11 " 

Artist Statement

Stöhr states her influences as a painter by mentioning Sigmar Polke and Martin Kippenberger. As an art student of Performance and Video pioneer Ulrike Rosenbach, her work became more process oriented and she worked many years with sulfur as her medium in installations and paintings.

The process oriented performative approach has shaped her as an artist and she is articulating a 21st century “Heftige Malerei”.

“Nature is what deeply inspires me. In my work I’m expressing the dichotomy of nature versus culture, what it means to be human.

I express the clash between inner and outer worlds in its philosophical and most banal sense.”-Stöhr

Artist Bio / CV

With a cultural background in France, Sweden and Germany and three native languages, Ann-Marie Stoehr, who was educated and who pursued her art studies in all three countries is a true citizen of the world.

She obtained an MfA in Fine Arts from the “Hochschule der Bildenden Künste Saar” in Saarbrücken Germany, where she studied under Beuys’ student and feminist video and performance artist Ulrike Rosenbach.

As the granddaughter of Wirtschaftswunder industrialists and the daughter of entrepreneurial Bohemians she moved to the USA where she works as a visual artist and an educator, combining her internationality in her work, where language often is integrated, as in spoken word performances, written pieces and in her titles.

She is exhibiting internationally since 1995.