When the world turns white in winter, we move closer together...
The new exhibition year at the Teterow Gallery gets off to a legendary start:
With paintings, figures and posters by the well-known graphic artist and stage designer Volker Pfüller.
Volker Pfüller leaves an unmistakable mark with every work - only one of his posters can look like this. Hardly any other designer adheres so strictly to his own visual language and yet moves flexibly within the boundaries he has defined for himself. The artist has worked for the Deutsches Theater Berlin and the Munich Kammerspiele, among others. He worked as a graphic designer and illustrator, but also as a costume and stage designer. Pfüller studied graphic design at the Academy of Fine and Applied Arts in Berlin under Werner Klemke and Arno Mohr in 1965.
In addition to the figures and scene sketches, the Teterow Gallery is also exhibiting paintings from his late work