In his works, Florian Süssmayr deals with images of memory, with exclusion and belonging, with fleeting moments and the ephemeral. Landscapes and portraits as well as close-ups of places of social neglect and still lifes can be found in his repertoire, mostly in a very realistic manner. At the same time, the artist reduces his motifs, the painterly stands in the foreground. The color palette is reduced, light and shadow contrast strongly, so that there is often a diffuse light over his motifs, which determines the composition of the pictorial space.
In the exhibition at Miltach Castle, the Munich artist presents a cross-section of his work including many new paintings. However, the title of the exhibition „Bilder aus glücklichen Tagen (Pictures from Happy Days)“ is to be seen as an euphemism. The works clearly illuminate the darker sides of human existence. On display are works from earlier series such as “Damen und Herren (Ladies and Gentlemen)”, “Landschaften (Landscapes)”, “Straßen (Streets)” and “Selbstportraits (Self-Portraits)” as well as new works created especially for the exhibition.
After the opening, the exhibition can only be visited by appointment. To make an appointment, please contact Julia Tanterl by phone on 0177-5892856 or by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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