Mark Lammert is a German painter, illustrator, graphic artist and stage designer.
After finishing his degree at the Berlin Kunsthochschule, he becomes a master scholar at the Akadmie der Künste. Over the following years he receives various scholarships from different institutions including the Stiftung Kunstfonds (1996) and the Centre Les Récollets, Paris (2003). In 1998, he wins the graphics prize at the Art Dresden trade fair and in 1999 he is awarded the Käthe Kollwitz prize by the Akademie der Künste. In 2002, the Preussische Seehandlung presents him with the Eberhard Roters scholarship for painting. Lammert is a professor of painting and drawing at the Berlin University of Arts since 2011 and a member of the Academy of Arts since 2015.
Alongside individual exhibitions – including the Akademie der Künste, Berlin (1999), Les Subsistances, Lyon (2002) and in the Centro de Arte Moderna, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (2005) – he also takes part in numerous exhibitions of German art, including Deutschlandbilder [Pictures of Germany], Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin (1997), Kunst in der DDR [Art in the GDR], Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (2003), Art of Two Germanys, County Museum of Art, Los Angeles (2009), Travelling the World. Artworks from the ifa Collection, 1949 to the Present, Karlsruhe, Moscow and more (2013), and Geist und Form. Ten Painters, Bloomington/Indiana (2013).
His works are represented in various public and private collections in Germany and around the world, including the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation’s Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, the State Art Collection, Dresden, the Deutsche Bank Collection, Frankfurt am Main as well as the Ann and Werner Kramarsky Collection, New York.