Driven by visions
Docking stations: What keeps the innerworld together?
Martin Kammler was born in Essen in 1970 and began his artistic career in 2001 at the famous Art Students League of New York. The Basel-based “German-New Yorker” names William De Kooning and Hermann Hesse as engines of his development. What holds the world together is always the subject of his energetic pictures. In addition to exhibitions in New York’s Trump Tower, where Donald Trump also became a buyer, he has already shown his works in Milan, Zurich and Berlin. Especially his interactive art project in Germany invites people to an experience-intensive interaction.