Matthias Bitzer

root / ruin / rhapsody


Brussels

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  • , Liquid Square, 2015
    Paper on board, epoxy, lacquer
    40 x 40 cm
  • , Forest, 2015
    Paint on glass
    183 x 183 cm
  • , Multipanel, 2015
    Mixed media, 4 parts
    103 x 244 x 74 cm
  • , Sculpture of Quader, 2015
    Metal, wood, paint
    274 x 130 x 100 cm
  • , Imprint I, 2015
    Plaster
    30 x 30 x 30 cm
  • , root/ruin/rhapsody, 2015
    Paper on board, epoxy
    180 x 240 x 7,5 cm
  • , Penetrazioni di spazi e di tempi, 2004-2015
    Acrylic, plaster and epoxy on canvas, metal, concrete
    235 x 300 x 100 cm
  • , Hypomnemata, 2015
    Mixed media
    42,5 x 210 x 34 cm
  • , Stapel mit Stab, 2015
    Wood, glass, metal, paint
    247 x 70 x 35 cm
  • , Eck-Enbaurahmen schwarz-weiss, 2015
    Lacquer, 5 frames
    145 x 70 cm
  • , A kind of facetious guy, 2015
    Metal, paint, concrete
    218 x 110 x 100 cm
  • , Gestalt und Achse, 2015
    Acrylic and ink on canvas
    203 x 173 cm
  • , Disciple of distance, 2015
    Acrylic and ink on canvas
    243 x 213 cm
  • , Alter Cloud, 2015
    Paint on glass, c-print
    183 x 163 cm
  • , Investigator II, 2015
    Metal, optical lenses, paint, concrete
    304 x 133,5 x 112 cm
  • , Imprint II, 2015
    Fiberglass
    127 x 127 x 25 cm
  • , 10 objects to be placed in a space, 2015
    Mixed media
  • , 10 objects to be placed in a space, 2015
  • , 10 objects to be placed in a space, 2015
  • , 10 objects to be placed in a space, 2015
  • , 10 objects to be placed in a space, 2015
  • , Slow eclipse, 2015
    Paint on wall
    Variable dimensions
  • , Untitled, 2015
    Paper on board, epoxy, metal
    Table 76 x 250 x 120 cm - Benches 46 x 40 x 195 cm each

Press release

For over a decade, Bitzer has been experimenting with diverse combinations of sculpture, drawing, and painting to expand upon the discursive possibilities of various mediums, styles, and genres. Often conceived of as single, sprawling...


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