André Butzer (b. 1973) is a contemporary German artist born in Stuttgart, Germany. He has gained widespread recognition for his distinctive approach to painting that merges elements of abstraction, figuration, and cartoon-like imagery. Butzer’s art is characterized by its vibrant and bold color palettes, along with simplified and at times surreal forms.
André Butzer’s art delves into themes of identity, the human experience, and the interplay between abstraction and representation. His paintings offer viewers a glimpse into a world where vivid colors and simplified shapes collide, evoking a sense of both familiarity and the surreal. His willingness to experiment with his style and subject matter has contributed to his lasting impact on the contemporary art scene.
Butzer’s works have been showcased in numerous prestigious institutions and galleries worldwide. Prominent venues that have exhibited his artwork include the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the Saatchi Gallery in London, and the Museum Frieder Burda in Baden-Baden, Germany. His presence in these esteemed spaces underscores his significance in the realm of contemporary art and his ability to captivate audiences with his unique artistic vision.
Acrylic on canvas
201.5 x 354 cm
On display in the landing, second floor.