Ulrich Wulff at Salon Dahlmann, Berlin / Interview

The exhibition Ulrich Wulff at Salon Dahlmann, Berlin, presents a selection of paintings by the Berlin-based artist Ulrich Wulff. Ulrich Wulff was born in Kempten, in 1975. He studied Japanology, Art History and Cultural Studies. He lives and works as painter in Berlin. In this interview with Frantisek Zachoval on the occasion of the opening the exhibition, Ulrich Wulff talks about his work.

Ulrich Wulff at Salon Dahlmann, Berlin. Opening reception and interview, October 12, 2013. Video by Frantisek Zachoval.

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Since the beginning of this year, the Ulrich Wulff has been building a house surrounded by fifty hectares of land in the Mojave desert, on the border between California and Arizona. Created as “Wulff’s Artistic Training Facility Chambless, California”, the space is a place for artistic production and collaboration. The first oil paintings from this project will be presented this November at Tif Sigfrids Gallery, Los Angeles, supported by the board of LACMA in Los Angeles. At this year’s NADA Miami Beach, Wulff will have a solo presentation.

In the spring of 2012, together with Sophie Jung, Zoe Claire Miller, and Alicia Reuter, the artist founded the BERLIN ART PRIZE, the city’s first independent art prize.

Alongside numerous group exhibitions such as “Niveaualarm”, (Innsbruck, 2007) and “The professor Winkler scholarship Berlin”, (2005), Ulrich Wulff runs the Berlin based publishing house Heckler und Koch, and the virtual gallery, European Fine Art, together with his collaborators and friends, Thomas Winkler and André Butzer.

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