Paolo Albanese - Time of Waiting

Eschatological Visions of Paolo Albanese: Exhibition from May 23 until July 12, 2019

A Est sorge il sole (To the East the sun rise)

Paolo Albanese makes his own colours in the manner of the old masters. The pigments come from the earth and give his colours an inimitable power. If one looks at his complex compositions of great intensity, one hardly believes that this power can be tamed. But the Venetian artist succeeds in this seemingly effortlessly through the lines and balanced complementary shades around the dark and through the play of shadows. All components are related to each other by their surface structure and are in balance. "My style and philosophical thinking are inspired by the metaphysical and dreamy muses of Chagall, Kandinsky and de Chirico. I named this style 'metaphysical-eschatological art' because I dream of a world beyond superficial control over matter, a world whose theological DNA is eagerly awaiting discovery," the artist said.

The exhibition "Time of Waiting: Eschatological Visions of Paolo Albanese" from the Breitscheidel Collection will be on display from May 23 to July 12, 2019 in the rooms of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry (Am Klopferspitz 18, Martinsried near Munich). The vernissage will take place on Thursday, 23 May at 6 pm. Reinhard Fritz, Honorary President of the NEW GROUP, Haus der Kunst München, will introduce the artist's work.

Vernissage: May 23, 2019 at 6 p.m.
Opening hours from 8am to 8pm daily, entrance free

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