ARTITIOUS

login

Username or Email

Password

Lost password?
Need an account? Sign up!

ARTITIOUS

Sign up

Sign up as artist Sign up as gallery Sign up as guest
Back to login

ARTITIOUS

Forgot password?

Enter Username or Email to recieve new password.

Back to login

Wolfgang Lugmair Main Profile Image

Wolfgang Lugmair

Berlin, Germany

Buy artwork inquiry

We will contact the gallery of the artist for you. In case the artist is not contracted with a gallery we will contact him / her directly.

Drawing, Painting • Born in Dachau, Germany • Studied at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste, Karlsruhe
 3

"the light, the windows, the sight"

Our first impression of his studio was shocking! Why has he turned all of his paintings reverse? Does he not want us to see what he is working on? „I am so overwhelmed with all my half-finished paintings” he explains, „that I have to turn them if I don´t want to go mad.”

Wolfgang Lugmair works under a certain pressure spending half of the year in Mexico, where he finds inspiration in the folk art while also discovering...

Read more

Our first impression of his studio was shocking! Why has he turned all of his paintings reverse? Does he not want us to see what he is working on? „I am so overwhelmed with all my half-finished paintings” he explains, „that I have to turn them if I don´t want to go mad.”

Wolfgang Lugmair works under a certain pressure spending half of the year in Mexico, where he finds inspiration in the folk art while also discovering other codes he can interpret for his art.  He shows us incredible small format drawings and gouaches, which he completes while he is over there. All the colour and broken charm of Latin-America seems to be amplified through them.

On the contrary his paintings are quiet, melancholic, well composed and severe, yet humorous in some ways. He is an easel painter and has been working like this since 2005  after he studied in Karlsruhe with famous teachers like Horst Antes and Corinne Wasmuth.

Deep in his heart he is still Bavarian. The reverse painting showcase in his studio in Berlin - Neukoelln could also be an idea of Karl Valentin.

“Fische” 23, 4 x 16,1cm

“Fische” 23, 4 x 16,1cm

“Nicht mehr zurück” 45 x 72cm

“Nicht mehr zurück” 45 x 72cm

“Haus nachts”

“Haus nachts”

“immer alles”

“immer alles”

“Samstag nach vielleicht auch wieder oder” 80 x 170cm , 2014

“Samstag nach vielleicht auch wieder oder” 80 x 170cm , 2014

“Senior Espinosa in seinem Uhrenladen” 70 x 100cm, 2014

“Senior Espinosa in seinem Uhrenladen” 70 x 100cm, 2014

“Schlafende Frau”, 67 x 50cm

“Schlafende Frau”, 67 x 50cm

“Schlafende Frau”, 67 x 50cm

“Schlafende Frau”, 67 x 50cm

What is it about your studio space that inspires you?

The light, the windows, the sight

What sounds, scents and sights do you encounter while in your studio?

with music

What is your favourite material to work with? How has your use of it evolved throughout your practice?

Oil/Canvas

What themes do you pursue?

landscape, human figure, the space between them

If you weren´t an artist, what would you be doing?

Living on a farm and playing the banjo all day long

What are your favourite places besides your studio?

The Black Forest and Mexico City


GALLERIES

Kwadrat Galerie, Berlin | http://www.kwadrat-berlin.com/


For more information and inquiries about this artist, please contact Artitious by emailing to artist@artitious.com

Other artists...

more artists...