45th exhibition of foryouandyourcustomers with works by Guillaume Bruère in Munich

45th exhibition of for you and your cus to mers with works by Guillaume Bruère in Munich

Date

until January 2022

Place

foryouandyourcustomers Munich GmbH, Liebigstraße 22, 80538 Munich, Germany
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You are very welcome to visit the exhibition upon prior booking by telephone or email.

We look forward to welcoming you to the 45th exhibition of for​you​and​your​cus​tom​ers where we present the works of artist Guillaume Bruère at our location in Munich.

Guillaume Bruère (born in 1976 in Châtellerault, France) draws with an incredibly vivid stroke: intentional and powerful, at the same time open and inquisitive, yet also turbulent and with fragility. When he captures the facial features of humanity in his work, what he creates only serves as an impetus for producing entire series – if at all.

Artistic and collective visual memory subtly comes into play as Bruère coaxes out the essence of his piece. But the living, breathing climax of the process of artistic creation dominates everything. 100 per cent present and 100 per cent free. This intensity bleeds into every page with motions that are sometimes a feverish flurry of activity, sometimes gentle, always a rebirth, never overtly forward.

Guillaume Bruère lives in Berlin. His works are displayed internationally in countless public and private collections, including the Contemporary Art Collection of the Federal Republic of Germany, the art collection of the German Bundestag, in the Marta Herford museum and in the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. He has exhibited his works many times, most recently in a solo exhibition in the Kunsthaus Zürich. (Carola Conradt)

 

The exhibition at foryouandyourcustomers can be visited by prior appointment by e-mail: [email protected] or by phone: +49 89 38346151.

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