Zurich (ptp026/12.08.2021/11:00) - Axel Becker will once again delight the audience at this year's SWISSARTEXPO with his award-winning artworks.
Born in Frankfurt on the Main in 1965, the artist is one of the renowned and well-known representatives of excellent imagery and stature art. In the summer of 2018, Axel Becker was a master student of the famous art professor and sculptor Josip Diminic, working in his studios in Labin and Diminici. He has exhibited his works nationally and internationally, including in Germany, Italy, Great Britain, Slovenia, Switzerland, Spain, Croatia, China and Japan. Axel Becker is an artist member of Württembergischer and Böblinger Kunstverein in Stuttgart and has several prestigious awards for his stunning works of art. He was qualified for the Art Biennale London 2021, the Biennale Florence 2021 and the Biennale Austria 2021. The list of his successful exhibitions is long and already last year he thrilled the audience of SWISSARTEXPO with his lively and sophisticated creativity.
Axel Becker developed his personal signature with mostly three-dimensional images in a minimalist style. Hereby he wants to set an effective contrast to the world overloaded with information. The eyes of the viewer will be laid on a few memorable objects, which focus the entire view on the individual artwork. His art is an effective contrast to today's information overload. Simple, clear and artistically sophisticated. His intuitive works are true masterpieces, characterized by reductionist operations of colors and shapes that eliminate the distance and distinction between painting and sculpture. Snapshots and situations from everyday life are imaginatively and emotionally wrapped in a plane of consciousness that pairs with the realistic world of experience.
Once again, Axel Becker invites visitors to the SWISSARTEXPO from August 25 to 29, 2021 to reflect on the complexity of human communication and its codes with his sculptural poetry. With many unique compositions of colors, textures and convex and concave effects, viewing his works becomes a memorable experience for the viewer. Dynamic and powerful vibrations generated by his elemental art enliven the ambience of the first-class art exhibition. In a newly published art catalogue, which will be available for visitors at the exhibition, are more fantastic works by Axel Becker to admire.
More information about Axel Becker and his art can be found on his website at: http://www.atelier-axelbecker.com/de(end)