Judith Marder is a contemporary German artist from Berlin. As a skilled professional, she experiments with classical styles like impressionism and expressionism, but also with pop art, abstract photography, digital art and videos.
Typical for her work is a bright colorfulness and a mostly figurative, edgy style, from portraits and still lifes to landscapes and abstract compositions. She uses all kinds of media – canvas, wood, cardboard, paper, ceramics, magazines, printed materials and many more.
After her studies at the Berlin art school Hochschule der Künste (now UdK), she took part in several group exhibitions in the 1990’s, founded the art-pop punk band The Brittnees, and the graphic design studio mardergraphics, and also worked as editor in chief for several corporate magazines. Today, she earns most of her money as a freelance editor, graphic designer and linguist professional.
judith (at) mardergraphics. com