Art in the Sparkasse
September 19 to November 16, 2012
Hans Reichel (1949–2011) featuring Maurycy
An exhibition with works of the inventor of the Daxophone, font designer and musician Hans Reichel, who had intended to introduce the young painter and studio colleague Maurycy. Owing to Hans Reichel’s sudden death in November 2011, this exhibition which was originally planned for summer 2011 also becomes a posthumous appreciation of his life’s work.
Maurycy Lozinski was born in 1980 in Jelinia Gora, the former German Hirschberg. He has been living in Wuppertal since 1990 and has been working as a freelance artist since 2007. Maurycy’s expressive and surrealistic power did not develop at art school. His “perception, capacity for suffering and sensitivity, the emotional and psychical introspections regarding his surroundings are the key to his work.” (Wolfgang Rosenbaum).
An extremely exciting exhibition where a fully concluded, highly regarded life’s work presents itself alongside the work of a young and passionate artist.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 7:30 pm
Zentrale am Islandufer in Wuppertal-Elberfeld
Opening speech held by Wolfgang Schmidtke ,
Music: Uchihashi Kazuhisa