Niels Bohr

Günter PuschMilanItaly

2019Oil on canvas

70 x 70 cm

my subject is the conflict between the technology and the nature. I did the portrait of Niels Bohr ,he was a pioneer in the modern atomic physic.

WOOCS 2.1.9

$ 3,883

1 in stock

I was born in Landshut, Germany in 1962. After working as a car mechanic and aeronautical mechanic, I took a degree in architecture at the University of Applied Sciences of Munich in 1991. Here I began my studies of industrial and architectural drawing. During this period I travelled extensively throughout Southeast Asia, India, China, USA, Indonesia, Israel and Jordan.

In 1992 I worked as an architect and started with abstract paintings. In 2001 I changed in a figurative style, after I visited the abandoned factories in Milan and Pavia, Italy. In 2002 I moved to Italy where I continues my artistic activity and works as a professional artist in Milan, Italy.

Until 2014 I worked as an architect for international projects like Berlin, Potsdamer Platz for U. Lauber + W. Woehr. In Antwerp and Mechelen for P.Vigano + B. Secchi. From 2014 I began my carrier as an professional artist, my atelier is located near the central station of Milan Italy.

In my paintings, technology and nature coming out with a mixture of mechanic alienation and living dimension where humans and nature compete in conquering territories. Motors become a symbolic representation of internal mechanisms, substituting sometimes emotions sites - pictures the conflict between nature and technology.

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