Alex Feuerstein

1981 in Heidelberg, Germany
based in Karlsruhe, Germany

In his works, Alex Feuerstein processes everyday snapshots and vague memories which, in their banality and lack of context, carry an absurdity in themselves.

Alex Feuerstein's Vulkan series combines art historical references and contemporary perspectives on landscape painting in a bold earthy color palette.

In his works, Alex Feuerstein processes everyday snapshots and vague memories which, in their banality and lack of context, carry an absurdity in themselves.

Alex Feuerstein's Vulkan series combines art historical references and contemporary perspectives on landscape painting in a bold earthy color palette.

By restricting it to just a few actors and objects, Alex Feuerstein's oil-pigment paintings on wooden ground achieve a psychological depth and the viewer's attention to the protagonists inner and outer conflicts.

The observer's focus is lost in Feuerstein's earthy and pastel-colored texture landscapes. In his collage and camouflage-like compositions in which subjects and objects, foreground and background seem to merge.

Feuerstein invites us to participate in his interpretive staging that immerse us in his intimate, bizarre, idiosyncratic world.

Feuerstein invites us to participate in his interpretive staging that immerse us in his intimate, bizarre, idiosyncratic world.