The works of Konstantin Rosenkranz reflect an expression of transcendence created by color and its effect on the canvas. Associations to colored lights in a room or to digital worlds are evoked.
For this purpose, the painter treats the color in such a way that it can act on its own and penetrate the observer. He leaves the colors as autonomous as possible, applies them to the canvas and allows them to form into mixtures that are irreversible in the process.
This technique creates different shapes that combine to create a sensitive impression. The process and behavior of the material play a central role.
The unpainted, only primed parts of the canvas convey the infinite and a generous being. The relationship between painted pictorial space and canvas is usually in an aesthetically harmonious relationship to each other. The colors look strong and smooth due to the highly pigmented acrylic lacquers. They enhance the contrast with the matt, white canvas. This modern technique of painting challenges the viewer to find his own association with the works.
*1990 in Berlin
2010 – 2013 Training as a media designer
since 2014 Studies at the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig
since 2016 Class of painting with cross-media orientation, Prof. Ingo Meller
lives and works in Nizza & Leipzig
Art Fair AAF Hamburg 2018
Pictures No Faces solo show, Collab w/ AAA+ Galleries, Leipzig
Art Fair, Cologne
Galoschen Parade, Export33, Dortmund
When two become one, Akku, Stuttgart
Gruppenausstellung @ noiseLAB Festival, Dots-Gallery, Berlin
only with your love I can live as a pen, Hauptgebäude, Tapetenwerk, Leipzig
Transfer, Galerie der AdBK Nürnberg
now I know what it‘s like under the surface, Galerie Hier+Jetzt, Leipzig
Momento, Zuständige Behörde, Leipzig
how to: divide, Galerie KUB, Leipzig