Michael Goller Pferdejagd (2003)


  • Representative painting
  • Archaic shapes in bright colours
  • Artist from Chemnitz, Saxony

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Informations
Category Malerei
artist Goller, Michael
year 2003
Title Pferdejagd
size 1 100,0 x 120,0 cm
material Oil on canvas
edition Unique
signature Titled, dated and signed in the picture: Pferdejagd 2003 mgoller
publication Werkverzeichnis-Nr. 2003_8
Provenance Artist's studio
condition
The Painting is in a very good condition
artist
Michael Goller was born in Karl-Marx-Stadt, now Chemnitz, in 1974.
Goller developed a gestural, direct painting, which is supplemented by schematic views. The lyrical compositions are of partially simultaneously intense and have a balanced color scheme. In some contexts, Goller uses his own font, that looks like runes.
"Optical swing in the resonant frequency of the tableau" is an access to his paintings. It takes him up to a year to work on individual paintings. Goller "let the painting clot in time," which means not a contradiction of intuitive gestures.
2003, Michael Goller was co-founder of the artist group Querschlag and, together with Peter Piek, of the artist initiative Malfront (2003-2007). After individual and group exhibitions in Germany and Europe, he has already gained considerable recognition.
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Features and remarks


Goller geht es in diesem Gemälde nicht um das individuelle Abbild einer Situation, sondern um die Eröffnung eines mentalen Raums.

Im Zentrum der Malerei sehen wir die Umrisse einer Figur, des Jägers, und eines fliehenden Pferdes. Das Sujet erinnert in seiner Archaik an die Höhlenmalereien der ersten Menschen.

Der Künstler entwirft hier ein assoziatives Spiel von Struktur und Farbe. In breiten, dynamischen Pinselstrichen und leuchtenden Farben entwickelt Goller eine teils abstrakte, teils figürlich konkretisierte Komposition im mehreren, sich überlagernden Schichten.

Das Bild wird von starker Dynamik bestimmt. Jeder einzelne Strich prägt mit seiner teils pastosen Textur auch das Bild als Ganzes.

Die große Leinwand von 1,2 Meter Breite wird auf jeden Fall jeden Raum wundervoll in den Bann ziehen.

Ein ausdrucksstarkes Bild, das die Neugier jedes Betrachters weckt.