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Nude, 2012 - Thilo Heinzmann

Nude, 2012

Thilo Heinzmann  

Print, Painting
38 x 48 cm / 14.96 x 18.9 inch
Unique, in a series of 24 variations, signed and numbered by the artist

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  • Medium: Nail varnish on offset print
  • This work is unframed
  • Pick up at / Ships in 5 to 10 business days from Berlin (DE)


about this work

Thilo Heinzmann works primarily in the field of painting, taking its classic concern, the production of expressive pictures, and making it his own. He makes use of a series of techniques he developed himself and materials such as unbound pigment, absorbent cotton, Styrofoam, fur, or porcelain, which expand the scope of painterly techniques. Heinzmann’s genuine contribution to contemporary art is that he has used these media to achieve painterly qualities such as composition, color, and texture within the continuity of the history of the medium while at the same time opening new doors.

about Thilo Heinzmann

Thilo Heinzmann attended Städelschule in Frankfurt from the early 1990s in the class of Thomas Bayrle. During that time he also assisted Martin Kippenberger. A significant voice in a generation of German painters scrutinizing the medium and its history, his inventive, precise works are driven by an inquiry into what painting can be today.

Using chipboard, styrofoam, nail polish, resin, pigment, fur, cotton wool, porcelain, aluminum and hessian, Heinzmann has for the last twenty-five years worked on developing new paths and an unique visual language in his practice. He is interested in the presence that each work creates, which is further enhanced by his paintings’ powerful tactile qualities. It invites the viewer to notions on some essentials: composition, surface, form, color, light, texture, and time.

(courtesy of Perrotin)

Thilo Heinzmann is represented by the following galleries;
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Carl Freedman, Margate 

dépendance, Brussels 

Andersen’s, Copenhage

Galerie Perrotin, Paris / New York / Hong Kong / etc. 

Galerìa Heinrich Ehrhardt, Madrid 

Bortalami Gallery, New York 

You can also discover more of Thilo Heinzmann’s work on his own website

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