Zora Kreuzer (born 1986 in Bonn) is a german painter. Form 2006 - 2012, she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe and participated in a post-graduate programme as Meisterschüler of Prof. Leni Hoffmann. Her works include canvas paintings as well as in-situ wall paintings that arrange neon colours into geometrical shapes, taking influence from minimal art and concrete art. She also creates neon light installations using fluorescent tubes combined with painted elements.

Zora Kreuzer currently lives and works in Berlin.

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1986 born in Bonn, Germany
2006 – 2012 studies at Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe
2008 study at Ecole Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg, France
2009 study visit at Contemporary Art School Tianjin, China
2012 – 2013 post-graduate student of Prof. Leni Hoffmann
since 2014 member of Australian Center for Concrete Art (AC4CA)
2014 artist-in-residence at Christoph Merian Stiftung, Fremantle, Australia
2016 artist-in-residence at Gallery Central, Perth, Australia
  artist-in-residence at PICA (Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts), Australia
2017 artist-in-residence at Fremantle Arts Centre, Australia
  wins Van Look prize, Galerie für Gegenwartskunst, E-Werk Freiberg
2019 artist-in-residence at International Elias Canetti Society, Russe, Bulgaria
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acrylic painting color field painting fluorescent painting installation light art mural painting public art shaped canvas
acrylic paint canvas daylight fluorescent paint fluorescent tube medium-density fiberboard (MDF board) neon tube paper, indefinite pigment, indefinite plastic foil PMMA (acrylic glass) UV fluorescent tube UV protection varnish wood, indefinite


[1] Van Look prize 2017 [LINK] (last accessed November 29, 2021)

[2] artist biography [LINK] (last accessed November 29, 2021)

Artist website

https://zorakreuzer.weebly.com/ (last accessed November 29, 2021)