post-title Thomas Müller | Zeichnungen | Galerie Friese | 29.04.-17.06.2023

Thomas Müller | Zeichnungen | Galerie Friese | 29.04.-17.06.2023

Thomas Müller | Zeichnungen | Galerie Friese | 29.04.-17.06.2023

Thomas Müller | Zeichnungen | Galerie Friese | 29.04.-17.06.2023

until 17.06. | #3879ARTatBerlin | Galerie Friese shows on 29. April 2023 (Opening: 28.04.) the exhibition drawings by the artist Thomas Müller.

As part of Gallery Weekend 2023, we are launching our second solo exhibition dedicated to the artist Thomas Müller (b. 1959).

In his exhibition Zeichnungen (Drawings), Thomas Müller is presenting both large-format and A4-sized works. Drawing on paper, the artist uses not only pencil, chalk, ballpoint pen, and ink, but also acrylic, oil, and shellac. Lines and surfaces converge in complex non-objective compositions and color fields. All the exhibited works have been created in recent years.

Müller has exhibited internationally. His works are held in prestigious collections, including at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, Städel Museum in Frankfurt, and Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf. The artist lives in Stuttgart.

Müller’s pictorial worlds are complex, abstract aesthetic arrangements. Viewers experience the unfolding of a sensuous gaze in a very contemporary way; it’s a form of perception that stirs the senses. His compositions comprise crystalline, woven, wave-like, two-dimensional, taut and floating structures, and occasionally tender, ephemeral drawings. We often find underlying architectural references in form and color. He consistently elaborates on the tension between line and surface on the one hand, and structure and depth on the other. In this process, his drawing approach is sometimes combined with a painterly quality. Müller employs a wide range of techniques and materials, sometimes in the same work. His most recent creations use a special shellac ink that enables translucent, glossy, and sculptural effects. His body of work is a consistently evolving, progressive exploration of the medium of drawing–one that embraces its breaking points.

Opening: Friday, 28. April 2023, 6:00 – 9:00 pm.

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 29. April – Saturday, 17. June 2023

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Bildunterschrift Titel: Thomas Müller, Untitled, 2022. Courtesy and copyright: Thomas Müller, Photo: Frank Kleinbach, Stuttgart

Exhibition Thomas Müller – Galerie Friese | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Ausstellungen Berlin Galerien | ART at Berlin

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