Lubomir Typlt (*1975) is one of the well-known representatives of contemporary Czech figurative painting. The pictures of the former A.-R.-Penck student captivate with their expressive colors, heavy brushstrokes and his relentless view of the human. The catalogue Somnambul assembles his latest images in which adolescent girls and boys oscillate between fear and aggression, captivity and freedom, as well as isolation and solidarity.
Typlt’s visual worlds are relentless, angular metaphors. They appear terrifying, but admonish that nothing can be more terrible than ignorance and numbness.
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23 × 31,5 cm
83 colored illustrations
Languages: German, English
Christiane Bühling-Schultz, C & K Galerie Berlin
Filip Kopecký, Prag
Somnambul, 2020, C & K Galerie Berlin