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Fabian Treiber
Candle, Candle

181122 Fabian Treiber Candle Candle Book  Rz Web Cover 1500Px

The visually ambivalent paintings by German artist Fabian Treiber, who was born in 1986, generally start with a sketch directly on the canvas. Treiber’s abstract and alienated pictorial worlds incorporate still lifes, interiors or genre scenes in interior and exterior spaces, whereby the artist links up to the traditional pictorial genres of art history.

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  • Editor

    Fabian Treiber, Nicolas Zupfer

  • Text

    Invar-Torre Hollaus

  • Design

    Studio Nicolas Zupfer

  • Language

    German/English

  • Details

    Spiral bound brochure in wrapped cover, 31 × 24 cm, 96 pages, 88 ills. in color, 15 ills. in b/w

  • ISBN

    978-3-903269-29-3

About the product

The visually ambivalent paintings by German artist Fabian Treiber, who was born in 1986, generally start with a sketch directly on the canvas. Treiber’s abstract and alienated pictorial worlds incorporate still lifes, interiors or genre scenes in interior and exterior spaces, whereby the artist links up to the traditional pictorial genres of art history. The individual elements of the images, the objects depicted, but also the perspectives and spaces themselves are abstracted, destabilized and transformed in such a way that the images appear in a state of instability and insecurity. The structure and feel of the painted objects often creates a disconcerting effect, whereby Treiber’s aim is to touch observers personally and enter into a dialog with them through his works. His works oscillate between figuration and abstraction; abstract figuration serves for the purpose of methodical questioning of what we perceive as reality. Although the artist works within the context of abstraction, for his motifs he draws inspiration from his environment. The resulting images are reflections of everyday things and habits.