Sador Weinsčlucker

Berlin, Germany
In front of the large-scale paintings, the viewer himself becomes the voyeur. He observes the relationship between two people, the smallest entity of social life that is - despite all psychological studies and philosophical writings - a complex structure dealing with instincts, desires and norms, constantly affected by great uncertainty and tension.

Only in a few cases, the viewer stays undetected. The direct gaze of the protagonist reveals that he has long been identified as observer. Caught! What we do not want to question ourselves, we notice about others with satisfaction. In front of Weinsčlucker’s paintings, the viewer is confronted with the relationship between two people in many different ways. His paintings are snapshots of couples that are not one entity but two individuals. Although the characters appear together, and even if they touch each other, they are alone - only connected by the composition of the painting.

The central theme 'the individual and his environment' is found throughout all or the artist’s works since the 80s. Over the years, however, the grimacing faces of the energetic, naked figures developed into finely-drawn images of everyday life. While the earlier works were primarily about non-realized fantasies of human beings, the new cycle depicts human beings from the perspective of the attentive observer.

place & year of birth
Munich (Germany), 1957

solo exhibitions
Galerie Tannenbaum, Düsseldorf
'Ausstellung der Abgelehnten', Düsseldorf

'Aus freien Stücken', Düsseldorf
Jahresausstellung Ehrenhof, Düsseldorf

Jahresausstellung Ehrenhof, Düsseldorf

Rough Trade

Trinationale, Galerija Langas, Vilnius, Litauen
Panoptikum, Berlin

'Perkela', ForumBilker Strasse, Düsseldorf
Panoptikum II, Düsseldorf

Int. Symposium 'Licht', Kurische Nehrung, Nida, Litauen
'Perkela-Überfahrt', Kunsthalle, Vilnius, Litauen

Brandstätte, Düsseldorf


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