Colorful art installations by Markus Linnenbrink

One feature in common in every Markus Linnenbrink art installations is color. He stands out for his colorful art,  that are more likely to cheer up peoples’ days.

Evoking the stripe paintings of Morris Louis and Gene Davis, Markus Linnenbrink creates decadently colorful drip paintings and striped room-size environments. Color and process are Linnenbrink’s primary concerns; he builds his compositions using layer upon layer of carefully controlled drips in saturated, glossy colors. Although comprised of precisely rendered stripes, Linnenbrink’s works, rife with drips, resin pools, and tactile surfaces, suggest the spontaneity of a more intuitive process, a sense he heightens with occasional subtle interruptions.

The German painter is best known for his room-sized painted installations and works on canvas.

Meet also Gabriel Dawe colorful art installation HERE!

One feature in common in every Markus Linnenbrink art installations is color. He stands out for his colorful art,  that are more likely to cheer up peoples' day

One feature in common in every Markus Linnenbrink art installations is color. He stands out for his colorful art,  that are more likely to cheer up peoples' day

Born in 1961 in Germany, Linnebrink studied at the Gesamthochschule in Kassel and later the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. In 2007, the artist presented his solo exhibition “Fifteen Minutes with You” at the Patricia Seetow Gallery in New York, to which he received critical attention. His works are currently held in the collections of the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, among others. Linnenbrink lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

here’s no question that viewing a Linnenbrink painting is the stuff of ponderous pleasure, but it also transports beyond the constraints of what ‘is’ to what ‘isn’t’.

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