Just Love, September 14, 2019 – December 15, 2019 at ZAK Center for Contemporary Art, Zitadelle Spandau, Berlin, Germany. This is an exbibition with works by six queer artists, including painter Martina Minette Dreier.
Schwules Museum* invites you to the finissage of LESBISCHES SEHEN (Lesbian Visions) and the Daphne – Lesbian Art Salon where Risk Hazekamp and Martina Dreier will talk about their creative practices and the lesbian gaze.
The exhibition LESBIAN VISIONS at Schwules Museum in Berlin, Germany, displays works by more than 30 artists across six generations.
Image © Noemi Yoko Molitor, Hulk rocks red, 2017.
German painter and queer feminist Martina Minette Dreier is working on two new art projects: ‘Sehnsucht’ and ‘Artistic Ancestors’.
Berlin-based artist Martina Minette Dreier is dealing with questions of identity and Sehnsucht (longing). She paints life-size portraits of queer performers.
Art and love are two unpredictable things. We love them both because the both aim at taking us to a sublime state of mind. Some kind of art are however less popular. ‘Lesbian art’ is an especially tricky subject to promote
gender_gap, paintings by Martina Minette Dreier (Berlin) and Sadie Lee (London) at Schwules Museum in Berlin, October 5 – November 22 2010.
Martina Minette Dreier has studied painting and illustration at Fachhochschule Bielefeld in 1988 – 1993. She is currently living and working in Berlin, Germany.