Herveline Cremmer studied Fine Art at Loughborough University, UK, and began working full-time as an artist in 2021.

Featuring marred subjects, Herveline's work is best described as a mixture of the grotesque, uncanny and macabre horror situated at the intersection of the human self and monstrous other. Her work - informed by personal experiences - strives to explore the paradoxical subconscious self.

Herveline Cremmer was born in Grenoble, France and completed both her secondary and higher education in the UK. She is currently living in Berlin, Germany.





2017-2020 B.F.A at Loughborough University, England, 1st Class Honour
2020 Loughborough University Degree Show [virtual]
  The Social Distance Art Project [virtual]
  I-D and Arts Thread Global Graduate Design Show [virtual]
  The Welcome Matt Gallery, Loughborough University. "Line, You've Crossed It"
  Visual Impact Exhibition, Manufacturing and Technology Centre (MTC), Coventry, "Visual Impact"
2019 Group Show, Welcome Matt Foyer, Beuys Studio, Loughborough University
  Group Show, Greendoor Printmaking Studio, "Derby Print Open" [here]
  Group Show, Container Exhibition, Loughborough University, "Landed"
2018 Group Show, Welcome Matt Foyer, Beuys Studio, Loughborough University
2019 John Purcell Paper Award, Derby Print Open for Intaglio Etching "The Self"


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