From Guilherme Kramer’s work emerge vivid faces and detailed landscapes, seen in the streets or fruits of his imagination. Born in São Paulo, his fascination with crowds results in studies of the masses in different contexts. They are the translation of days spent on public transport, popular festivals, demonstrations, and other great gatherings. Compulsive, the artist is able to fill large sheets of paper, canvas, and other surfaces, in what he calls “spontaneous art”, unloading all the information he captures on his urban crossings.
Between 2006 and 2017, Guilherme held individual and collective exhibitions in different cities in Brazil and the world, including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Lisbon, Barcelona, Rome, Bogota, Berne, Azores, and Paris. In 2010, he participated in the Lasar Segall engraving workshop in São Paulo, where he perfected lithography, woodcutting and metal techniques. From 2012 to 2014, he studied Applied Arts to the Wall at the Massana School in Barcelona, dedicating himself to the techniques of painting, pottery, mosaic and stained glass, as well as a specialization in Art Therapy from the Autonomous University of Barcelona.