Heiner Meyer - New Paintings and Works on Paper.

  • NUERNBERG, Germany
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  • November 24, 2020

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Heiner Meyer Wallpaper Scrooge
GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL

Berlin in November 2020.

The German Pop Artist artist Heiner Meyer has done several new works on paper from the Heroes on Paper series. Those are besides several paintings on display at GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL.

Heiner Meyer has been providing us with insights into our national psyche and consumer behavior for almost forty years. Unlike the Pop Art movement, which focused on the individual everyday object, Meyer's work emphasizes the stream of juxtapositions of images that are fed into our lives daily from the past and present, reflecting on who we are. In his paintings, these images reveal themselves collectively through people and objects that are seemingly randomly selected from the encyclopedic stream of the visual feed of the community psyche. This feed, composed of a myriad of ubiquitous information portals, from the television screen to the glossy magazine or instagram that spreads across the cinema stage to multimedia advertising, constantly shapes us.

Meyer's paintings like Porsche or Escort Marilyn show a view of every moment in time within this stream and the personal as well as non-personal images that emerge in each of us at this particular moment. Consistency and an undogmatic uncompromising attitude characterize Heiner Meyer's painting as well as the principles of an "arte sull'arte", an art whose primary theme is art.

Pin-up girls pose next to Mickey Mouse, while society stars like Paris Hilton compete with glamorous icons like Marilyn Monroe. They show us that we draw our own conclusions based on the individual perspective and person. The watercolors Flashback, Wallpaper or Heroes on Paper with their shrill cars also reflect the metallic sparkle of money, haute couture and the dreams hidden in us.

"There is one thing that connects me with Picasso and Andy Warhol: We all like cars, but we don't have a license."

GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL represents the artist since 2010 at the locations Nuremberg and Kitzbühel. The paintings and works on paper can of course also be purchased online.

Opening hours:
Tue - Fri 11:00 - 18:00
Sat 13:00 - 16:00
and by arrangement.

GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL
Obere Woerthstrasse 12
90403 Nuremberg/Germany


https://www.frankfluegel.com

Phone: +49 (0) 172 8120 255

Galerie Frank Fluegel with locations in Nuremberg/Germany and Kitzbuehel/Austria is focused on high-quality originals of Pop Art, Street Art and Contemporary Art.


You will find works of art by Alex Katz, David Shrigley, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol or Julian Opie in the inventory. But also editions and prints by Harland Miller, Katherine Bernhardt, David Shrigley, Sean Scully, Gerhard Richter, Ross Bleckner, Allen Jones, Thomas Ruff, David Gerstein, Peter Doig, Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Raqib Shaw and Robert Longo. Also other street art artists such as Mr. Brainwash, BAMBI, XOOOOX, Fringe and John Crash Matos. Of course also design objects by Maurizio Cattelan, Paul Smith, Richard Orlinski or Philippe Starck.


Exhibitions take place in regular rotation in the centrally located stores in Nuremberg and Kitzbühel. International trade fair participations round off the program. FRANK FLUEGEL GALLERIES invites you to view this exhibition, virtually on our website www.frankfluegel.com or in person 

Contact:
Frank Fluegel
GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL
091123737500
info@frankfluegel.com

GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL
Obere Woerthstr. 12
Nuernberg, Germany
info@frankfluegel.com
091123737500
https://www.frankfluegel.com
About GALERIE FRANK FLUEGEL

Galerie Frank Fluegel with locations in Nuremberg/Germany and Kitzbuehel/Austria is focused on high-quality originals of Pop Art, Street Art and Contemporary Art. You will find works of art by Alex Katz, David Shrigley, Mel Ramos, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol or Julian Opie in the inventory. But also editions and prints by Harland Miller, Katherine Bernhardt, David Shrigley, Sean Scully, Gerhard Richter, Ross Bleckner, Allen Jones, Thomas Ruff, David Gerstein, Peter Doig, Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Raqib Shaw and Robert Longo. Also other street art artists such as Mr. Brainwash, BAMBI, XOOOOX, Fringe and John Crash Matos. Of course also design objects by Maurizio Cattelan, Paul Smith, Richard Orlinski or Philippe Starck. Exhibitions take place in regular rotation in the centrally located stores in Nuremberg and Kitzbühel. International trade fair participations round off the program. FRANK FLUEGEL GALLERIES invites you to view this exhibition, virtually on our website www.frankfluegel.com or in person 


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