Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, Kurator Kunst, Düsseldorf, Lehrbeauftragter Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (ehem.), zeitgenösssiche Kunst, contemporary art, art from Europe, paintings, art photography, sculptures, new mixed media art, abstract and figurative contemporary art, neo romantic art, conceptart, colourfield paintings, emerging artists, art from Düsseldorf, masterpupils, Gerhard Richter, Emilio Vedova, contemporary art, Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria
Martin Leyer-Pritzkow, Kurator Kunst, Düsseldorf, Lehrbeauftragter Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (ehem.), zeitgenösssiche Kunst, contemporary art, art from Europe, paintings, art photography, sculptures, new mixed media art, abstract and figurative contemporary art, neo romantic art, conceptart, colourfield paintings, emerging artists, art from Düsseldorf, masterpupils, Gerhard Richter, Emilio Vedova, contemporary art, Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria
Martin M. Leyer-Pritzkow Kurator für zeitgenössische Kunst www.mlpart.com
Martin M. Leyer-PritzkowKurator für zeitgenössische Kunstwww.mlpart.com

Thomas Bernstein - new contemporary paintings + Sculptures

Thomas Bernstein, 2013, new contemporary figurative paintings, new contemporary romanticism, new contemporary German paintings, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow Thomas Bernstein, no title, watercolour + drawing ink, 24,01 x 31,89 inches, 2013
Thomas Bernstein, 2011, new contemporary figurative paintings, new contemporary romanticism, new German contemporary art, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow Thomas Bernstein, Jeder für sich und Gott... (Everyone for himself and God....),41,73 x 27,55 inches, 2011
Thomas Bernstein, 2013, Girlands, new contemporary figurative paintings, new contemporary romanticism, new contemporary German art, Martin Leyer-Pritzkow Thomas Bernstein, no title, Girlands),drawing ink + watercolor, 44,24 x 31,49 inches, 2013

 

 

 

 

Reigen (La Ronde) - the title of the next exhibtion ist the term that many are familiar with in the form of a famous theater play, in the context of this exhibition of works by Thomas Bernstern it is used as a metaphor. There are paintings of underwater worlds, the human-like creatures represent in ornamental and simultaneously anarchic freedom of movement. These beings who partially baroque way intertwine in themselves and others, show the communication attempts of everyday life with its contradictions and confusion that seem to lead to infinity.

Thomas Bernstein studied at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in the classes of Tony Cragg and Fritz Schwegler. At an early age he received a scholarship at the famous MOMA P.S.1, New York. He himself was a lecturer at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and until recently a professor at the HBK, in Hamburg.

His works have been exhibited in famous galleries such as Victorio Miro in London, Six Friedrich in Munich, Raphael Jaoblonka in Cologne, Mai 36 Galerie in Luzern, in Melbourne, as well as repeatedly in Kunsthalle Düsseldorf and Museum Kunst Palast Düsseldorf.

 

Additional informations you will find under his name in the German wikipedia.

 


 

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