Thomas Kratz (* 1972 in Waiblingen), german painter, draftsman, and performer. He uses many media in his works, paintings, works on paper, videos, installations, and performances. Besides the conception of own exhibitions, he curates exhibitions of other artists. Important are his collaborations with other artists for special projects. Kratz studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung ZKM in Karlsruhe and in 2001 he was in the master class of Günther Förg at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Munich. In 2005 he studied painting at the Royal College of Art in London.

1972 Birth
Lives and works in Berlin
1999 Diploma in media art, philosophy and aesthetics at theKarlsruhe University of Arts and Design
2001 Master-Class student of Günter Förg at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich
2005 MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London

drawing installation oil painting painting sketch
acrylic dispersion acrylic paint alkyd resin ballpoint pen bill brown ochre buff titanium canvas coloured pencil copper blue cotton duck drawing ink fuchsite gouache (paint) gubbio red Hostaperm red jade jute fabric newspaper nickel titanium yellow nicosia green obsidian oil paint onyx black paper tape paper, indefinite pencil pigment, organic plywood praseodym yellow priderite yellow PVC (polyvinyl chloride) quinacridone pink red mine ochre red ochre reflective PVC foil shellac ink diluter soldering iron spinel black thermal paper turpentine oil ultramarine red verona green earth watercolor paint