In his works, the German-British artist Michael Anthony Müller (*1970) deals with the transfer of his own thought processes into a sensual, aesthetic experience. He does not limit himself to one artistic medium, but moves between painting, drawing, installation and sculpture on the border between meditative conception and excessive expenditure.
At the centre of the exhibition at the Städel Museum is the titular room-filling painting Der geschenkte Tag, which consists of 24 large-format canvases and measures a total of 6 x 65 metres. The work Der geschenkte Tag finds its origin in the ancient Greek myth of…
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image above: Michael Müller, The Given Day, 2022, © art/beats, Robert Schittko, Courtesy Studio Michael Müller