1961 · Germany
Grounded in an artistic vocabulary of geometric abstract art with a foundation in classical constructivism, Wolfram Ullrich’s works are reminiscent of Dutch “De Stijl” while occupying an entirely unique style of their own. Creating wall-pieces of extreme depth and dimensionality, Ullrich’s works trick the eye while remaining clearly defined and full of tight angles. His use of clarity of form and colour create new visual imagery that is rife with references to art movements of the past.
Born in Würzburg in 1961 Ullrich attended the State Academy of Fine Arts and studied Art History at the University of Stuttgart. He received scholarships from New York’s German Academic Exchange Service as well as the Graduate Fund of the State of Baden-Württemberg and the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg. He currently lives and works in Stuttgart.
Wolfram Ullrich has enjoyed solo and group exhibitions globally in notable institutions such as the Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Lissone, Italy. His work can be found in the collections of the Police Station, Backnang; Mineral Bath, Bad Cannstatt; Graphic collection Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart; Kunstmuseum, Heidenheim; Municipal Gallery, Würzburg; Kupferstichkabinett, Dresden; Art Museum, Pamplona; Wihelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen; German Bundestag, Berlin; Museum Ritter, Waldenbuch; Alb-Donau-Kreis, Ulm; BW Bank, Stuttgart; Kreissparkasse, Esslingen; EON, Munich; Donation Jeunet, Neuchâtel; Country Baden-Württemberg; Museum Weißhaupt, Ulm; and Art Museum, Stuttgart.