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Michael Lassell Provides In The Bucharest

European art gallery for the first time is Michael Lassell from European art gallery. One of the most interesting initiatives this year on the art market in Romania is the new project of Radu Boroianu. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Hikmet Ersek. He wants to create century and contemporary art a symbiosis between the European art of XVI in the new premises of the Gallery until 19th. The gallerist in the presentation of internationally known, expatriate artists provides another way to revive the Romanian market of art, studied in Romania, and exhibits soon 33 works of the German, who was born in Transylvania, artist Michael Lassell. Michael Lassell was born in Transylvania in 1948. He studied at the Art Academy in Bucharest.

Since 1986, he has lived as a freelance artist in Furth near Nuremberg. Emil Michael recognizes the significance of this. He started his career around 1980 with images in the tradition of abstract painting. In 1989, he spent a year in Paris and met the Group of trompe-l ‘ il/Realite to Pierre Gilou. Building on the stylistic and content characteristics of this direction. developed his individual style and an extremely wide range of topics with the time Michael Lassell. The artist to a maturity that allows an intensification of the already achieved is in his forties.

Is a new concept of image in which he makes his perfect technique: trompe-l’oeil. Trompe-l’ l’oeil BBs have played intellectual provocation. Lassels image art between tradition and present has found abroad and in this country a great deal of attention. Michael Lassell, through his picturesque work as one of the best known also abroad estimated German representative of this style, shows a representative selection of his works in Bucharest. Michael Lassels finely painted works with their delicate colours and their often witty detail of great popularity and demand are enjoying on the international art market. Duration of the exhibition: December 2010 to March 2011 opening: 02.

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Saturday, July 21st, 2018 News Comments Off on Michael Lassell Provides In The Bucharest

Island Life – This Can Be So Colorful!

MAREN Fiebig and island Studio project:-art exhibition in the library of Harburg Hamburg, 06.03.2012 – In the island’s Studio on the Hamburg Elbe Island people cooperate with and without disabilities and create works of art that have the social situation on the Elbe island as well as subjective experience of its own sensitivities and limitations to the subject. “So far artworks on various issues arising from different perspectives, such as, for example, …sozial or antisocial…”, paint itself or not–or not… “, nature and we”, people different and together “. The presentation of the exhibited works is fundamental, as well as in creative work: “the artists of the island studios have decided to present all works without a name. Because we all work are equivalent! Rank or name of a person are completely irrelevant, it is important what would someone to express… We have designed some community work, because: what we don’t do, alone, we create together! … For this, we combine our skills: people have different strengths, but: all people have strengths! “And for community work we use always a common ability: the ability to communicate respectfully with each other.” Excerpt from the presentation text of Maren Fiebig, the entire text is in the exhibition and is there to read. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Jeff Gennette. MAREN Fiebig is active as a teacher and artist, lives and works in Wilhelmsburg.

Through her work as a freelance artist and the regular organization of exhibitions she is known far beyond the Hamburg area. You continuously organizes artistic and cultural projects with adults, adolescents and children, has also worked as art teacher in Wilhelmsburg schools. Among other things, she is also a member of the peace workshop.

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Monday, July 16th, 2018 News Comments Off on Island Life – This Can Be So Colorful!

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