Thorsten Brinkmann (*1971, Herne, Germany) studied at the art schools in Kassel and Hamburg in the classes of Floris M. Neusüss and Bernhard J. Blume, before graduating as a Masters student of Franz E. Walther.
After receiving awards such as the scholarship of the city of Hamburg (2006), he was honoured with the
Kunstpreis Finkenwerder and received an artist residency in the Warhol Museum Pittsburgh in 2012.
His works are represented in renowned collections, such as the Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, the
Fotomuseum Winterthur and the Falckenberg Collection, Hamburg, and have been exhibited in numerous
exhibitions in Germany and abroad, for instance in ALICE IN THE WONDERLAND OF ART at Hamburger
Kunsthalle (group show, 2012), The Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh (group show, 2012) and Kunsthalle zu Kiel
(solo show, 2011). In 2013 Brinkmann has transformed the interior of a 1.900-square-foot house in Pittsburgh into a permanent mixed-media installation. – .kunstagenten.de