Volker Hueller

Born,1976 Germany.

Hueller originally comes from Forchheim and moved to Hamburg to study at the University of Fine Arts Hamburg, under Professor Norbert Schwontkowski. This young artist has already had a number of solo shows including at the Timothy Taylor Gallery in London, Eleven Rivington and Salon 94 in New York, Ahnen, Grimm, Amsterdam, Netherlands and Produzentengalerie, Hamburg, Germany. Hueller will have a solo show at 11 Rivington in NY in March – April 2013. He currently lives and works in Berlin.

Volker Hueller’s is a contemporary artist whose atmospheric work evokes European art history. He works in a variety of media including sculpture, etching and painting and his oeuvre is inspired by early 20th century German and Austrian art, Art Nouveau, Surrealism, Cubism as well as the American post–World War II art movement abstract Expressionism. This young master is comfortable working with both abstraction and figuration creating work that is mature and timeless.

Roberta Smith writing in the New York Times, observed that ‘the textured surfaces are highly reactive, changing as the light shifts, or as you move about. These works pile on the references — Yves Klein, Manzoni, Marca-Relli, Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns and even Julian Schnabel — but carry the weight.’

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