Matthias Bitzer

  • , Forest, 2015
    Paint on glass
    183 x 183 cm
  • , Panta rhei, 2015
    Paper and epoxy on board
    205 x 205 x 8 cm
  • , Penetrazioni di spazi e di tempi, 2004-2015
    Acrylic, plaster and epoxy on canvas, metal, concrete
    235 x 300 x 100 cm
  • , Investigator II, 2015
    Metal, optical lenses, paint, concrete
    304 x 133,5 x 112 cm
  • , A kind of facetious guy, 2015
    Metal, paint, concrete
    218 x 110 x 100 cm
  • , TBT, 2015
    Pencil and pen on paper
    103 x 73 cm
  • , TBT, 2015
    Acrylic and ink on canvas
    213 x 183 cm
  • , Sleep and echo, 2012
    Galvanized steel rings, casted concrete plinth
    400 x 208 x 212 cm
  • , Sister Hope, 2011
    Acrylic and ink on canvas
    213 x 173 cm
  • , Spleen Sucker, 2011
    Spray paint and chalk on board
    172 x 172 cm

In his works, the Berlin-based artist Matthias Bitzer combines drawing, painting and sculpture into an experiential space exploring history and identity. His works have become increasingly multi-layered over the years while maintaining their focus on the construction of memory and the reconstruction of reality. The source of inspiration and scope of his pieces involve historical personalities and references from Euclidean geometry to Emily Dickinson that have frequently slipped into outsider positions. In his dramaturgically precise, carefully composed installations, the artist offers dynamic visual networks that bridge gaps in our perception of time and space.


Museum Exhibitions

Selected press

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