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YOUniverse -  exclusive unique European informal art to invest in for private collection by independent artist

YOUniverse - exclusive unique European informal art to invest in for private collection by independent artist

Acrylic on canvas
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The spontaneous movement and a huge surge of energy are the first things that catch your eye. If you look at the different parts of the painting, something is happening in every square inch. Nevertheless, the color scheme is quite puristic.



The name alludes to the individuality of man - YOU to supreme individual wisdom and our being thrown into the universe.



Space-time is such a contradictory place, where seemingly nothing happens and yet huge energies come together and bring forth ever new creations....

The diptych is characterized by a balance of vastness and activity, which can also be seen as the basis of life.


About Informal Painting:

Informal art works are like a bridge between modernism and postmodernism, an interface between the past and the future. They are one of the most important innovations of post-war art and have had a significant impact on the history of art. Even today, many contemporary artists work informally and express their artistic attitude with different media. Informal painting is like a dance of colors, a music of brushstrokes, a poetry of spontaneous gestures. The paint is freely applied to the canvas, without any restriction, without any limit. The artworks of informal art are like a language of the soul, a revelation of emotions, a message of freedom. The resulting informal artworks are like an expression of life, a manifestation of beauty, an embodiment of hope.


The roots of Informalism as an art movement can be traced back to Surrealism and Expressionism. Even there, the urge for freedom is palpable. While Surrealism emphasised the irrational and the unconscious, which displaced the representation of the visible world, Expressionism already used colour as a means of heightening expression.


The direct pioneers of Informel from Paris were Wols, Jean Fautrier and Jean Dubuffet. In Germany, Informal painting reached its full flowering in the 1950s. The exhibition "Quadriga" played a key role in this. The artists Otto Greis, Karl Otto Götz, Heinz Kreutz and Bernard Schultze strongly influenced the further development of painting in the 1950s with their exhibition in 1952.

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