Roman Weinig - imaginary Spaces of Mindfulness
Roman Weinig's hyper-realistic paintings fascinate the observer with zoomed-looking close-ups in surreal, assembled pictorial stories.
In an almost felt psychic congenial relationship with the Austrian artist Gottfried Helnwein, Weinig's statements revolve around lostness and hope and are the result of seismographic searching for and recording of global developments in social life with all its distortions and depths, which confront the recipients in everyday life, according to the painter himself.
His painting style is based on a sepia-coloured, detailed raw drawing, followed by a lengthy, high-energy process of partially applied, multilayered colours, which are subsequently further processed by differentiated painting and scratching techniques.
based on the text by Kathrin Christoph, January 2019
|1972||born in Löbau/Saxony, lives and works in Upper Lusatia|
|seit 2015||Cooperation with the gallery FLOX|
|2013||Member of the art initiative "Im Friese" in Kirschau.|
|2013||international exhibition SINN & GLÜCK Gallery "Im Friese" in Kirschau, winner of the audience award GLÜCKSPILZ|
|bis 2009||Work in various professions|
|2019||OSTRALE Biennale Dresden, Germany|
|2016||ART-FAIR KÖLN, with Gallery FLOX, Cologne, Germany|
|2015||BERLINER LISTE with Gallery FLOX, Berlin, Deutschland|
"SINN & GLÜCK/ SENS & LUCK" Gallery Art Factory FLOX, Kirschau, Germany
|2012||ART EVENT in
WEISSEN RIESEN/WHITE GIANT, Neugersdorf, Deutschland
|2020||PORTFOLIO 20/I, Gallery FLOX, Dresden, Germany|
|2017||THE NEXT STEP , Gallery FLOX, Dresden, Germany|