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Patricia Geyerhahn

Patricia Geyerhahn (b. São Paulo, Brazil) works in a variety of mediums, such as oil painting and analog photography. Geyerhahn’s diverse upbringing and transitory nature of her life has yielded a deep interest in the ambiguity of the world and the ways in which people identify and differentiate themselves. Her practice works to illicit unusual spaces in which the viewer derives their own interpretation through their lived experiences. Geyerhahn’s oeuvre demonstrates an adept sensitivity to light and how it informs a more restrained color palette, as well as how negative space can itself become a central component within a work. 

Patricia Geyerhahn resides in Brooklyn, NY. She received her BFA in Fine Arts from the Parsons School of Design and her BA in Philosophy from the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School. Geyerhahn's work was recently exhibited in a solo exhibition, Doppelgänger, at Andrew Reed Gallery, New York (2023); group exhibitions of Geyerhahn’s work include Maison Palo at Palo Gallery (2023) and In the Heat of the Night at Andrew Reed Gallery (2023), both in New York.

Featured Works

Patricia Geyerhahn

Longingly, 2023

oil and acrylic medium on linen

60 x 44 inches

(152 x 112 cm)


Patricia Geyerhahn
Hold On!, 2023

oil and acrylic medium on silk and polyester blend stretched over wood in artist's frame

12 x 12 inches

(30 x 30 cm)


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Patricia Geyerhahn

Untitled (Fields), 2022 - 2023

oil and acrylic on linen

42 x 60 inches

(107 x 152 cm)


Patricia Geyerhahn

Far Away, 2023

oil and acrylic medium on wood in artist's frame

1⅝ x 1¾ inches (4 x 4 cm)

framed: 10½ x 10½ inches (27 x 27 cm)


Patricia Geyerhahn

Untitled (Spotlight), 2023

oil and acrylic medium on canvas

56 x 36 inches

(142 x 91 cm.)



Patricia Geyerhahn

Gone, 2023

oil and acrylic medium on linen

54 x 32 inches

(137 x 81 cm.)


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