Axel Teichmann, ZWIELICHT – Paintings & Sculptures
On the occasion of the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019, works by the artist Axel Teichmann will be shown.
The artist Axel Teichmann, born in 1974 in Stuttgart, focueses in his paintings and sculptures on the human being. He asks questions about change and renewal of the human self-image and its identification through an ever-changing environment.
His painting is extremely fine and concentrated in its form and colour composition. Often a single figure is depicted on the pictures, into which the viewer automatically empathises. The recipient becomes part of the artistic effect.
The same is true of his sculptures made of acrylic glass and gold. The transparent acrylic glass elements reflect the viewer as well as the entire environment. A pixelated figure can be seen in different angles even several times and in a different form.
The exhibition „Zwielicht“ (“Twilight”) shows various acrylic paintings and sculptures made of acrylic glass and gold.
Works by Axel Teichmann have been shown in numerous exhibitions in Germany, the USA and Switzerland and are represented in important collections. In 2015, the first large museum exhibition took place in the Museum im Kleihues-Bau Kornwestheim under the title “Koordinaten”. The catalog is available at fine art berlin project spaces.
More information about Axel Teichmann here and at www.axel-teichmann-kunst.de.