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Max Freund

manners IIII

manners IIII

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oil, acrylic and fabric on paper

27.56 x 39.37 inches

70 x 100 cm



The artwork comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.

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Max Freund (b.1992) is a Vienna based painter, dealing with the uncertainty of anthropocene ideas. His works bring together diverse sign systems that modulate the hieroglyphics of our time. Through paintings, drawings and artist books he enables depictions to turn to pictograms and shift between their own resonance. The dyed, reworked and overpainted surfaces link with accurate line drawings, raw gestures and immediate color combinations. His interest in diverting materials from their intended use, placing them next to each other and overlaying them with thick oil paint, shape the haptic feeling of the image and counteracts digital sensations. After graduating in 2017 from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, he has participated in various national and international exhibitions such as Kunstverein Wolfenbüttel Germany, G/ART/EN contemporary art space Italy, Studio H13 Lyon, Modern Art Museum Shanghai, Belvedere 21 Vienna, Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, Delphian Gallery London and others. Recent fanzines and books were published with Nieves Books, Soybot and Quintal Éditions.



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