Matthias Meyer

On What Is Really Seen

When viewing Matthias Meyer’s paintings, one feels oneself being drawn layer by layer into their depths. There is always something new to discover in the delicate gradations of color in the glazing technique he has developed. The question of what is actually visible runs as a central theme throughout his work. Interior spaces, cityscapes, bird’s-eye views of the land, and bodies of water seen from above and below the surface are Meyers motifs and he creates illusions of spatiality which, though based on photographically constructed spaces, at the same time destroy this impression.
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Matthias Meyer

November 2010

ISBN 978-3-86678-504-5

24,00 × 30,00 cm

144 pages

94 colored and 1 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound

Languages: German, English

Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich

Design by
Kerber Verlag

The illustrated book was published following the exhibition: “Into the Deep”, 2010, Galerie Andreas Binder, Munich.

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