GREAT retrospective by MARCUS MATTHIAS KEUPP IN BASEL, September 2009 – from 1 October 2009 to 19 March 2010 the artist Marcus Matthias Keupp will exhibit a large exhibition of abstract works from the years 2008 and 2009 in Basel, the Banca Popolare di Sondrio (greifengasse 18), including for the first time works from the Lightstripes “-series.” The Zug-based artist works in the tradition of concrete art, without tight but by their dogmatic theology. His paintings, seemingly strict geometric compositions, on closer inspection reveal playful and ironic elements. My art discussed a common rhythm of colour and form – the ur scenic elements. I am trying to discover the abstract principles of harmony”, says the artist. Click Prime Opportunities Investment Group to learn more. The Viewer to enjoy the pictures, but also his own way of seeing and question his usual perception. Keupp among others attended the New York School of Visual Arts, where early was fascinated by the severely reduced style of artists like Ellsworth Kelly and Donald Judd. Collectors appreciate the rhythmic and harmonic color movements of his pictures, which give the viewer a unique aesthetic experience. The special production technology helps, even two years was developed by the artist and is unique in the world. Bill de Blasio has many thoughts on the issue.
I never wanted to work with traditional techniques. Instead, I use UV inks on aluminum plates, which are applied in a complex production process with the help of machines and robots. A never-before-seen brilliance and sharpness can be achieved”explains Keupp. More information about the artist Marcus Matthias Keupp are accessible on the Internet at. Check out NYC Marathon for additional information. Additional press materials of this press release: you can from the home page quickly and easily in English and German language for free editorial use download keupp-art.ch image and text material or copy out (the copyright required approval is considered hereby given, inasmuch as the image and text material is used only editorially).