Herveline Cremmer’s macabre prints and drawings are visual manifestations of the artist’s confrontation with festering emotions of fear, terror and shame and the dread that there exists an unknown ‘other’ that is the true self. Subjects in liminal spaces divulge obscure psychological states and narratives of a displaced reality mounting towards imminent collapse. From violent and brutal faces, to sinister settings, her works are situated at the intersection of the grotesque, the uncanny and the surreal. These distorted works that may provoke unease invite you to come face to face with rejected aspects of identity that society deems unacceptable.

Herveline Cremmer (b.1999, France) is a French-English artist based in Berlin. She holds a bachelors degree from Loughborough university in Fine Art (2020).

contact: hervelinec@gmail.com


2020    BFA (1st Class Honours), Loughborough University, England


2020    Loughborough University Degree Show [virtual]
'Line, You've Crossed it', The Welcome Matt Gallery, Loughborough, UK
'Visual Impact', Manufacturing and Technology Centre (MTC), Coventry, UK
2019 Group Show, Welcome Matt Foyer, Beuys Studio, Loughborough
'Derby Print Open', Greendoor Printmaking Studio, Derby, UK
'Landed', Container Exhibition, Loughborough University, UK
Group Show, Welcome Matt Foyer, Beuys Studio, Loughborough University


2019   John Purcell Paper Award, Derby Print Open