top of page

Abstract Expressionism Aesthetics - Original Paintings at Munich Arthouse

Updated: May 4, 2023


I will be showing my abstract expressionist paintings as part of Munich Arthouse. They will be exhibited there and are also for sale. The pop-up exhibition is open from 29.4.-1.5.'23

This pop-up gallery takes place in Munich's city centre, at Isartor, in the former Freddies office centre at Thomas Wimmer Ring 1. Munich's largest pop-up art store offers art by contemporary artists for sale. The Munich Arthouse brings together 60 local exhibitors who will present and offer their paintings and sculptures for one weekend - from 29 April to 1 May 2023. All paintings are for sale and can be purchased directly from the artists. I will be present during opening hours, daily from 11am to 6pm.


The aesthetic of abstract expressionism appeals to many collectors and art lovers. The European counterpart to abstract expressionism is called informal art. Both abstract expressionism and informal painting are art movements that have been around since the post-war period. Nevertheless, they are still trendy and abstract expressionist artworks for living rooms and offices can be full of surprising new details: for example, I offer so-called phygital art - I have combined some of my paintings in the style of abstract expressionism with an additional digital layer. The visitor can access this digital animation of the informal abstract artwork via an app that plays an animation while the visitor is viewing the artwork on their mobile phone screen. My Phygital Art makes people smile. They love the little extra hint of what associations I might have had when creating the abstract expressionist artwork.

Here you can get access to my online art catalogue, where you can learn more about my abstract expressionist artworks for home and office.


The art exhibition at Arthouse Munich shows excerpts from two series of my contemporary informal paintings: "Tachism Reloaded" with abstract expressionist artworks for young collectors, created in a process-oriented manner, typical of Tachism, a sub-form of the European informal art movement. And "Painting the Unseen", another series of abstract expressionist style murals for the home and office, focusing on the study of wind and intangible, floating and flowing phenomena in the world that surrounds us.

Never miss any more news? Get exclusive discounts and invitations? Then subscribe to my Studio Updates - in addition to exhibition announcements and exclusive insights into my studio, you will also receive an introductory discount for the planned edition of fine art prints that will be launched soon. - For my collectors and VIPs only, of course.

1 view0 comments

Comments


bottom of page