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Birgit Lang - Strong Women
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Birgit Lang - Birgit Lang - Strong Women

Calendar Exhibition from 27/05/2019 to 21/06/2019, at the gallery in the Palais de l'Europe, space A

Private view the 27/05/2019 17h30, at the gallery in the Palais de l'Europe, space A

Link to the artist's website : Website

Birgit Lang lives and works in Mannheim/Germany. She studied Textile Design for 4 years at the Coburg University of higher Education and passed her diploma degree in Textile Design after a 1 year stay in Toronto/Canada. Hereafter she moved to Hamburg to study Communication Design/Illustration at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. Birgit Lang graduated after 4 years with a diploma degree. Ever since she has been working as a freelancer for magazines and newspapers like „Die Zeit“ (D), „Die SonntagsZeitung“ (CH), „The Globe and Mail“ (CDN), „Manager Magazin (D), Brigitte (D) and „Maxima“ (A). She also illustrates children’s books, works for theatre projects and does animation movies. She has regular exhibitions, amongst others in galleries in Hamburg and Berlin. Birgit Lang’s artworks mainly focus on people and animals. Her figures suggest insistent characters including both infantility and seriousness. She works in mixed techniques of pencil drawing, collage and digital procedures to give the characters a deeper plasticity. This technique gives her work a distinctive style.