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Andreas Lau

🇬🇧 Andreas Lau is a renowned German artist, born in 1964 in Karlsruhe. After graduating from high school, he studied painting at the Beaux-Arts in Karlsruhe. During his master’s degree studies, he was a student of Gerd van Dülmen. Passionate about painting, he refined a technique of his own. Andreas Lau is a painter who has developed an aesthetic approach that is unique. He reinvents the act of painting by drawing in the technique of pictorial pointillism. His work directly refers to Op-art and Impressionism. The artist juxtaposes dots of color to create realistic shapes, a technicality that traces back to great masters such as Paul Signac. Lau dismantles his pictorial motifs in points and lines, provoking a pictorial illusion and modifying the perception of the spectator through coding the image in a unique vocabulary that is very much his own. Observing his works of art is an exciting optical experience, since its pictographic arrangement seems to emerge in front of our vision. The mixture of the colors is accomplished by the eye and not by the brushwork, as though the painting where pixelated. His work is based on the ability of the eye and the mind to melt colored spots to form an image. The graphic and dynamic lines of these works, brings unexpected depth to his paintings that unfold all their grandeur with distance. The closer we approach to his large format works, the more their content closes off from view. His painting can therefore be appreciated as a whole, hiding a meticulous and methodical artistic process. Though visually intriguing, Andreas Lau’s art consists of asking questions. He incites a critical reflection on our perception of the environment, by exploring the psychological aspects of art. He is interested in presenting things that are out of our field of vision, all the while highlighting the process of artistic creation. His paintings thus raise questions about the conception and the pictorial meaning.

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