photo: Anna London

Tine Kindermann is a visual artist and musician from Berlin, Germany, who has been living and working in New York City since 1993. A figurative artist working in various media, her work, which includes miniature tableaux and dioramas, video and painting, has been shown at Stephen Romano Gallery, the Governors Island Art Fair, RePop, Mark Miller Gallery and other galleries in New York City, as well as Neurotitan Gallery and Gallery Kurt im Hirsch in Berlin. In the past three years Tine has also co-curated exhibitions for Yiddish New York, an annual cultural festival in NYC.
Tine Kindermann’s work focuses on the narrative and strives to evoke strong feelings in the viewer, emphasizing empathy with the human condition.

Recent Shows and Exhibitions:

2018

We the People, Studio 55C, New York

4heads Governors Island Art Fair 2018, Governors Island, New York

Genus Sororum, Stephen Romano Gallery at The Living Gallery Outpost, New York

2017

Justice is Compassion, Abrazo Interno Gallery, New York

William Mortensen + The Coven of the Sibylline, Stephen Romano Gallery at The Living Gallery Outpost, New York

De Domo Diaboli, Stephen Romano Gallery at The Living Gallery Outpost, New York

Faces of Transformation, Abrazo Interno Gallery, New York

2016

Murder, Mayhem and Malheur, Red Room, KGB Bar, New York

Lost and Found, Abrazo Interno Gallery, New York

Statim Finis, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

Brazen, RePop, New York

Saint Bowie, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

Interim, LES Gallery, New York

2015

The Jew As The Other, Abrazo Interno Gallery, New York

Hieroglyphica, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

4heads Governors Island Art Fair, Governors Island, New York

Lexicon Infernali, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

All/Together/Different, Manny Cantor Center, New York

2014

In Missa Interfectionis, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

Abundantia Cornu Copiae, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

Trash Art Deluxe und die Kraft der Freien Szene, Neurotitan Gallery, Berlin

Wunderkammer Wonderland, RePop, New York

Doll-Like, John Slade Ely House, New Haven, CT

Welcome To The Dreamtime, Stephen Romano Gallery, New York

Cutlog, Flamboyan Theater, New York

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