Uta Brauser

Uta Brauser

Website: utabrauser.com

IG: fishwithbraids

Uta Brauser, Multidisciplinary artist from Munich, Germany.

Uta Brauser can be described as an art force,  a body channelling the vector of divine creation that flows through selected people.

She also is at the forefront of a strong creative movement that intends to familiarize the public with art and culture, build community with artistic events. Not only the appreciation of art, but the involvement in the experience or creation of art is encouraged. Uta’s events invite artists and the public to interact, express themselves in a peaceful manner beyond materialism and violence. Uta’s multidisciplinary forms of expressions range from German Expressionism, surrealism, pop art to art activism. The main focus in her life remains a study of the human character, questions of social interaction and channeling the energy tapped into .

Uta Brauser has a large body of work replete with expressionist drawings, paintings, realistic and surrealistic sculptures, art-dolls, installations, art activism, and staged fashion presentations.  She has exhibited at international designer fairs, galleries and special events in Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United States.  Her years of radiating creation, positive energy and art have touched every area on her map.

Uta’s approach as a culture instigator manifests in pioneering with social interaction through events in the public space  long-term. The steady rhythm of interactions form a durational approach. Such projects have been artist markets that foster interaction and communication of diverse peoples through the common experience of art, creativity, and intellect. The atmosphere is one that is international and embraces tolerance and inclusion for the whole human family. She has received accolades from local politicians for her effect of inculcating a great sense of neighborhood with her artist markets and installations.

Uta opened the gallery “Fish with Braids”  in 2008  between a fish store and a hair braiding parlor, the name being location specific and whimsical.. Today in 2017 the gallery is mobile, a tiny gallery on wheels, rolling up in various areas in New York City.