b. 1963, Germany; lives and works in London and Berlin

1996-98 Royal College of Art, London, MA

1993-95 Kunstakademie Düsseldorf 

Lothar Götz’s wall paintings and spatial installations are known for their vivid, polychromatic patterns and geometry. Götz has been the focus of solo shows at Domobaal, London; Petra Rinck Gallery, Düsseldorf (2016); Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven (2011); The MAC Belfast (2013) and Kunsthalle Memmingen (2015) and Museum Goch, Germany (2004).

Group shows include the Contemporary Art Society’s ARTfutures, Bloomberg SPACE (2005); David Risley Gallery, London (2018 and 2007) and MIMA, Middlesbrough (2007). In 2010 he contributed to an international showcase on wall painting at the Miró Foundation, Barcelona, and in 2017 contributed a specially commissioned wall work in Seurat to Riley,The Art of Perception at Compton Verney, Warwickshire.

Public commissions include: Platform for Art at Piccadilly Circus underground station (2007); a collaboration with Caruso St John Architects at the Arts Council England Offices (2008) and, most recently, the staircase walls of Pallant House Gallery, Chichester (2016) and Leeds Art Gallery (2017). Götz’s first three-dimensional permanent public artwork, commissioned through Artwise, for IQL (International Quarter London) in Stratford was completed in 2018.