Matthias Weischer

"Stühle"

Matthias Weischer who comes in the Westphalian Elte to the world in 1973, is considered one of the main exponents of the figurative contemporary art and in particular the "New Leipzig School".
His studies completed Matthias Weischer between 1995 and 2000 at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, where he followed for three more years is a master student of Sighard Gille. 2004 shall Matthias Weischer the price of the "Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative" and will be supported until 2005 by David Hockney.
Matthias Weischer is first known through his painting. In his pasty interiors that modernize a traditional genre, the artist questions the abstract and dimensional structures of deserted premises. Also, references to the history of art can be found in this part of the surreal touching paintings.
Besides painting also provides the graphics a substantial part of the oeuvre. As Matthias Weischer 2007 as a fellow working in the Roman Villa Massimo and more frequently moved his activities in nature, he begins to increasingly deal with graphical means of expression. In partly colored drawings, etchings, linocuts and lithographs are now emerging, particularly intense from 2010, landscapes and interiors.
Matthias Weischer can soon after completing his studies celebrate the breakthrough and is now a permanent fixture of the international art world. His work has been shown in prestigious venues such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the Goetz Collection in Munich, the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag or the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt am Main.
Matthias Weischer lives and works in Leipzig.

Matthias Weischer
TITLE:
"Stühle"
YEAR:
2005
FORMAT:
approx. 40 x 50 cm (convert to inch)
MEDIUM:
drawing – Graphit on paper
EDITION:
1/50 (What is this?)
 
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