Markus Magenheim studied art in Stuttgart and Karlsruhe. He lives and works today near Heidelberg. For his figurative works he uses watercolor and thereby exclusively the color "Caput Mortuum"
“Human behavior is the main point of reflection in much of my work. I am interested in the way in which peoples past defines them, and how it gradually becomes like sediment as time goes by,
Jürgen Heinz, a metal sculptor, studied between 1989 and 1995 and trained as a Metal Designer in Germany and Switzerland. He graduated as a Master Metal Designer from the Werkakademie, Kassel in 1995
Between 1987 and 1992, Jonathan Huxley studied at Nottingham Trent University and the Royal Academy of Arts, London, where he still lives and works. His weak vision and sensitivity to light led to
Jérôme Lagarrigue graduated in his studies of illustration in Rhode Island School of Design. Since then he has been represented at numerous international exhibitions and awarded with various prizes.
Trained in Yerevan, Armenia, the State Academy of the Arts, Tbilisi, Georgia, as well as in the restoration division of the Georgian National Museum of Art, Karen Shahverdyan moved to Darmstadt in
Since 1992, as a freelance artist, Stefanie Welk has primarily been working with the materials steel and wire, which she transforms into a plastic shape by bending, knotting, and welding. She lives
Josef Albers, German-American painter, art pedagogue, and teacher at the Bauhaus, emigrated to the USA after the National Socialists seized power in Germany and the Bauhaus closed in 1933. Albers
Christian Awe's colorful works are on the brink of abstraction and figuration. The works of the student of Georg Baselitz and Daniel Richter embody the joy of experimenting and exploring artistic
"I live the adventure of the white canvas." (EWN, 1953) Ernst Wilhelm Nay was a master of colour and its movement on canvas. Starting from a representational early work influenced by
Inspired by Wassily Kandinsky's reflections on music, including his publication "Über das Geistige in der Kunst" (1911), as well as by Sonia and Robert Delaunay's colour-theoretical works,
Christopher Lehmpfuhl's work follows the tradition of the plein air painting of the German Impressionists by Max Slevogt or Max Liebermann. In the outdoor, the former master student of Klaus Fußmann
Hermann Max Pechstein is a master at creating exciting and atmospheric images with his woodcut-like formal language reminiscent of African cult objects and his sometimes daring colour compositions.
Lesser Ury spent his childhood in Berlin. At the age of 26, the young man spent more than ten years in Europe until he finally returned to his hometown in 1887. The metropolis became his preferred
Máté Orrs works build upon an old-master tradition and are born from the juxtaposition of unexpected components and an interchange of the particular and the ideal. While some elements are
The highlight of the Várfok Gallerys stand will be a special selection of works celebrating the 100th birthday of Françoise Gilot. Françoise Gilot's painterly career, spanning 80 years,
Kata Gaál graduated in 2017 in Graphic Arts from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Kata Gaál has always had an autonomous and experimental approach and, despite her young age, she creates a
Anna Nemes graduated in 2014 at the Painting Department of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, but despite her young age she has had a number of individual and several group exhibitions. In the main
Carl Krasberg, born in Wattenscheid in 1946, is a German artist of Constructive-Concrete Art and was an architecture professor (subject: Fundamentals of Design with a focus on colour design) at the
Alexis Cladiere, born in 1976 in Bagnolet (F), lives and works near Paris. After finishing high school, he attends preparatory classes to study engineering and obtains a Master's degree in Pure
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